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- 11 October 2018 | Surfing
Christmas is the perfect time to celebrate family life, friendship, and love.
And it is also a special occasion for any surfer. Whether it's cold or warm, rainy, sunny or snowy, the beach is one of the best places for wave rider to spend his or her free time.
And surfers sure know how to get the most out of their time in the water, even in cold water environments.
- 10 October 2018 | Surfing
Have you ever seen a foil surfer being towed by a sailing dinghy? Probably not. But well, there is always a first time for everything.
Francisco Andrade, a Portuguese Olympic sailor, towed his fellow countryman and surfer, Vasco Santos, across the water and without the need to use any motor-powered watercraft.
Andrade is currently competing in the Moth class, a small boat that sails on hydrofoils and reaches speeds of 60 kilometers per hour (37 miles per hour).
- 09 October 2018 | Surfing
Jay Quinn has been crowned 2018 British surfing champion at Fistral Beach, in Newquay, England.
The iconic Cornish surf break has once again welcomed Britain's best surfers. This year, athletes were confronted with challenging, yet highly contestable ocean conditions.
The British Surfing Championships attracted riders from England, Wales, Scotland and the Channel Islands, who competed for individual titles, but also for their nations' flags in the British Cup of Surfing.
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- United Airlines eliminates surfboard bag fees in California
- Hélio António wins 2018 Praia do Norte Photography Awards
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