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- 14 May 2018 | Surfing
Jack Medland has been crowned the 2018 Western Australia longboard champion.
The event got underway in pumping conditions at Parry's Beach, in Denmark. Western Australia's best loggers were greeted by three-foot waves, long walls and even barrels.
Medland not only won the Open Men's division, but he also added the Open Logger state championship title to his trophy room. The longboarder from Marmion carefully picked the best waves and applied the right moves in the critical moments of his rides.
- 11 May 2018 | Surfing
The 2018 Margaret River Pro will be completed in Uluwatu, on the island of Bali, Indonesia.
The third stop on the 2018 World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour was canceled last month due to shark activity near the competition site at Main Break.
Sophie Goldschmidt, CEO of WSL, revealed that Round 3 of the Men's and quarterfinals of the Wommen will get underway 48 hours after the conclusion of the 2018 Corona Bali Pro at Keramas, and will crown a champion until June 13.
- 10 May 2018 | Surfing
"Surfing With Sartre" is one of the most clever works blending the sport of riding waves with non-surf related topics.
And it could only be written by a professor of philosophy who also happens to be a skilled lifelong surfer. Why?
Philosophy is much simpler than we tend to think it is. It's about exploring who we are and observing and interpreting what's in front of us. It could be an object - a surfboard, for example - or even a flower.
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