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- 10 May 2018 | Surfing
As surfers, we spend most of our days craving for waves.
Checking surf forecasts - God knows how many sites we visit - exchanging messages with other surf heads to get last minute reports, and looking for a time window when we can sneak a nice session in between our daily obligations.
There's this unknown force that drives our attention towards surf, with the promise of a session that would bring all those feelings and emotions from a certain special day back.
- 09 May 2018 | Surfing
Surf pools have made their debut in the competitive surfing scene. But, do we want wave technology to become a key part of competitive surfing? Is it a perfect marriage? Maybe not.
Yes, wave pools are part of the future of surfing. And yes, artificial waves will bring surfing to inland territories.
But that doesn't necessarily mean that professional surfers should compete in controlled environments where they know what to expect.
- 08 May 2018 | Surfing
This year's Kings and Queens of English surfing have been crowned.
The elite of English surfing descended upon the blue ocean and expansive sands of Watergate Bay in Cornwall over this last bank holiday.
With 170+ entries across 19 divisions, from 8 years old to mid 50s, shortboard to longboard, the event had it all, and the forecast was delivering the goods.
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- 2018 SurfAid Cup Santa Cruz raises over $34,000