ISA wants surfing in the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games

The International Surfing Association (ISA) is working to make sure surfing will remain an Olympic sport for years to come.

Surfing will make its formal debut in the Summer Olympics in Tokyo 2020. But ISA wants to build a solid foundation that will keep surfing in the biggest sporting event in the world.

The organization led by Fernando Aguerre believes that the recent announcement of surfing as the official sport of California will help keep it in the Olympic movement.

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10 reasons why surfing is a spectator-friendly sport

Surfing attracts thousands of fans to the beach. But how can a water sport captivate more people than many elite football games?

The randomness factor that is inherent to the sport is one of the reasons why many of the world's most famous surf spots and beaches get packed during surf events.

Surfing is a game of multiple variables, and people like that. You don't have to be a surfer or an avid follower of the Championship Tour to enjoy a great time in the sand watching a competition, or at home, on the couch, eating popcorn and drinking a beer.

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Natxo González surfs a dangerously beautiful wave

Natxo González returned to the scene of the crime, where he once had this wave all for himself. Now, he is sharing his little secret with his friends.

It's a fast, hollow right-hander that breaks in very shallow water. This dreamy beach break looks perfect, but if anything goes wrong, you're hundreds of miles away from the nearest hospital.

Where in the world can you surf this beauty? You'll have to ask González. The Spanish surfer says it's a perfect wave, but you've got to approach it carefully.

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Dimitri Maramenides, the founder and owner of Epic Kites, rode his kite a few hours before Hurricane Florence hit the East Coast of the United States.

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