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Japan is an island nation comprised of almost 7,000 islands. As a result, it receives plenty of swell from nearly all directions.
Unlike skateboarding, surfing has never been a popular genre when it comes to video games.
Surfer Magazine announced the end of its regular print editions. It's the end of surfing's golden era.
Ten years ago, The Wave Project started its first surf therapy pilot at Watergate Bay in Newquay, England.
At the world's most crowded surf breaks, you'll always find surfers sitting further out than the rest of the pack. They are "waiting for the set." But do waves really come in sets? And what are set waves?
Surf Lakes announced a new reduced size model of their wave pool technology to target suburban communities.

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