Bruce Irons arrested for DUI in California

Bruce Irons has been arrested in Newport Beach, California.

On Thursday, November 22, at 8 am, in East Coast Highway, Corona del Mar, the owner of a gas station found Bruce passed out at the wheel of a running vehicle in the parking lot, and called the police.

When the authorities arrived one hour later, an officer knocked on his car window and woke him up. The Hawaiian surfer was detained for driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs.

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Billy Kemper claims 2018 Jaws Challenge

Maui surfer Billy Kemper has taken out the 2018 Jaws Challenge, at Peahi. It was the third time he won the event.

The second day of competition had backside barrels, air drops, impeccable surf lines, and even deep tube rides. But the conditions were far from perfect, and waves were definitely smaller.

Kai Lenny rode the best wave of the 60-minute final, and only missed victory by 0.28 points. He climbed four places in the rankings, and now sits in a comfortable position - third place - to attack the world title.

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How does an inflatable life vest work?

In the big wave surfing arena, safety is priority number one, two, and three. And that's why inflatable life vests have become a critical item in every surfer's gear bag.

An inflatable life vest is a specialized personal flotation device (PFD) used for big wave surfing. It can be worn over the top of a regular wetsuit, but also as a standalone vest.

It's a key piece of safety equipment that has already been thoroughly tested in the most challenging surf breaks on the planet.

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Brad Spencer, Annissa Flynn, and Daniel Tarapchak have taken out the 2018 World Flowboarding Championships, in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

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