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- 28 March 2018 | Surfing
A group of 13 dedicated waterwomen has simultaneously bodysurfed a single wave.
The forgotten art of bodysurfing is resurrecting from the ashes of the past, and gaining new enthusiasts in all coastlines of the globe.
- 27 March 2018 | Surfing
Leonardo Fioravanti and Chelsea Tuach claimed the 2018 Martinique Surf Pro, at Basse-Pointe.
The Italian surfer defeated Nat Young in the men's final held in two-to-three-foot waves. Fioravanti combined his classic surfing skills with new school moves and conquered the 3,000 Qualifying Series (QS) event.
"It feels so good to win again. My last win was in 2014. I'm stoked to win this one for me but also for the Europeans and everybody in Italy supporting me," explained Leonardo Fioravanti.
- 20 March 2018 | Surfing
How many people in the world surf? What is the breakdown of active surfers and non-active surfers? Although the facts and figures on surfing are scarce and relatively inaccurate, we've compiled the most cited evaluations.
Surfing is one of the most popular water sports on the planet. And, who knows, probably the number one water sport on the planet.
But despite surfing's high profile, fueled by big wave stunts and records, stunning photo covers, and idyllic searches for the perfect wave, the truth is that it is limited by the purpose if its own creation - the waves.
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