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    Why intelligence matters in surfing

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    You can’t be a good surfer if you don’t you use your grey matter. Here’s why intelligence is a powerful weapon in the waves. Although surfing sounds pretty much like a physical and technical outdoor activity, intelligence plays a critical role in the development of the skills, and the performance you actually achieve in the…

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    What makes the perfect surf spot?

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    Surf spots – the place where dreams come true. And yes, magnificent surf breaks do exist. Everyone has their favorites peaks, but sometimes – or maybe often – it’s just better somewhere else. That’s why surfers are travelers. They’re in constant search for the ultimate wave, the secret spot. Perfection is the goal; pure joy…

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    The top 7 surf breaks in Ventura County

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    The Golden State boasts more than 1,000 miles of coastline, as well as some of the world’s best surf breaks. And the Ventura County Coast is one of the original birthplaces of California surf culture. Ventura County surf breaks were made famous by The Beach Boys back in 1963 with not one, but two references…

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    Kevin Langeree surft door de grachten van Amsterdam

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    Dacht je dat je alleen op zee kon surfen? Think again! Kevin Langeree, wereldkampioen kitesurfen, laat zien dat je helemaal geen golven nodig hebt om te surfen. Op een speciale foil surfboard ”pompt” hij door de grachten van Amsterdam. Wordt dit dé nieuwe sport in Nederland?   The post Kevin Langeree surft door de grachten…

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    Santiago Muñiz tastes gold at the 2018 ISA World Surfing Games

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    Santiago Muñiz claimed the gold medal in the Open Men division at the 2018 ISA World Surfing Games, held in Tahara, Japan. In a tight final, the surfer from Argentina beat local favorite Kanoa Igarashi, Peruvian Lucca Mesina, and Japanese sensation Shun Murakami. “I am the world champion! Again! I have now qualified for the…

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    The surfboard made from recycled Scotch whisky casks

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    A Scotch whisky distillery teamed up with an American surfboard company to create a surfboard made from whisky barrels. The limited edition handmade 6’11”, 39.96-liter surfboards are part of Glenmorangie’s “Beyond the Cask” project and were fully shaped by Maine’s Grain Surfboards. The Glenmorangie Original is made using approximately 12 barrel staves; it is 20 1/8”…

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    Kolohe en Griffin op de LIB X …Lost Round Nose Fish Redux

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    Matt Biolos vroeg Kolohe Andino en Griffin Colapinto om wat kleine Hawaiiaanse golven te surfen op de Lib x … Lost Round Nose Fish Redux. Beiden kwamen met een grote glimlach van het water! Het board is perfect voor de rommelige golven en bijna onverwoestbaar bij standaard gebruik of ”misbruik”.   The post Kolohe en…

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    Surf Lakes ready to test the multi-break wave pool

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    The world’s first multi-break surf park will enter the test mode in October 2018. Surf Lakes within weeks of completing its first full-scale demonstration facility near Yeppoon, on the Capricorn Coast in Queensland, Australia. Although it will not initially be open to the public, it will be the first proper surf park with multiple wave…

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    Surfweer Zaterdag 15 September 2018

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    Het overblijfsel van Orkaan ‘Helene’ zorgt samen met de depressie-activiteit in de buurt van IJsland voor een gigantische swell op de Atlantische Oceaan volgende week. Bij ons is het een stuk rustiger, maar zeker niet helemaal flat. Zaterdag en zondag is de ex-Orkaan nog ver weg en zijn er golven van nabij gelegen lagedrukgebieden. Maandag…

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    “Big Wednesday”: a film about surfing and friendship in times of war

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    For many surfers, film critics, and surf historians, “Big Wednesday” is the greatest surf movie of all time. The film chronicles the story of three young California surfers – Matt Johnson (Jan-Michael Vincent), Jack Barlowe (William Katt), and Leroy “The Masochist” Smith (Gary Busey) – who breathe and live surfing during the Vietnam War days….