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- 15 June 2018 | Surfing
Surfing Australia's National Squad will train for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Surf Ranch, in Lemoore, Northern California.
It will be the first time the World Surf League (WSL) Surf Ranch opens its facility for national surfing teams to support their high-performance training needs heading towards the upcoming Olympics.
Surfing Australia will hold two Olympic Readiness Camps beginning June 16.
- 14 June 2018 | Surfing
Despite having left the Dream Tour, Taj Burrow continues to step on the gas pedal.
The Australian who never won but should've won the world surfing title is now traveling the world in search of idyllic swells and transparent barrels.
The talented regular-footed surfer from Busselton, in Western Australia, turned 40 and released a new video edit that proves that he is deeply missed on the Championship Tour.
- 12 June 2018 | Surfing
Sooner or later, drugs are gonna get 'ya. Sooner or later, drugs are gonna win - and you're gonna lose. As I write these words, I can't help think about the late River Phoenix and what could have been.
So much accomplished at a young age, yet leaving so much potential, for future greatness on the table.
More recently, in the past five or ten years or so, a whole bunch of talented, wealthy, famous people with every reason to live have been dropping dead in their forties and 50s: Tom Petty (1950-2017 = 66) Michael Jackson (1958-2009 = 51), George Michael (1963-2016 = 53), Prince (1958-2016 = 57), "Buttons" Kaluhiokalani (1958-2013 = 55), Jay Adams (1961-2014 = 51), Shawn "Barney" Barron (1970-2015 = 44), Vince Collier (1960-2018 = 57).
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