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26 min ago | Yahoo!

Trigg contest's king with the surfers

Trigg will host the State's best amateur surfers at the weekend with the return of renowned surf competition King of the Point.

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4 hrs ago | Pasadena Weekly

Surfin' the SGV

Girls, guitars and good waves: for more than 50 years, those have remained the primary pleasures celebrated in surf music.

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8 hrs ago | Patch.com

Young Superhero Gets Help from Local Justice League Before Chemo

AJ Lindner is a superhero. He can't fly or see through walls. He can't lift a bus with his bare hands.

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12 hrs ago | Switched

Harlem Globetrotters Attempt Surfing In Hawaii

Barack Obama admits he can't compete with the Harlem Globetrotters on the court, but the bodysurfing boss of the free world might have a fighting chance in the ocean.

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17 hrs ago | North Devon Gazette

North Devon surfer to attend Billabong XXL Awards

Andrew Cotton will be attending the 'Oscars of Surfing' after catching a potentially world-record breaking wave in Nazare this year.

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

The New Zealand Herald

Surf lifesaving crews prepare for ANZAC Gallipoli race

Five surf lifeguards will step into their surf boat in the pre-dawn tomorrow to begin a symbolic three-hour row from Browns Bay on Auckland's North Shore, down the East Coast Bays and into the Waitemata Harbour.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Unsolved Santa Cruz murder of Carl Reimer reaches four-year anniversary

His mother, JoAnn Tennent, relived Reimer's last hours on Wednesday, just short of four years after he was shot and killed while walking through a Grandview Street park shortly after midnight.

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Surfing News

Specific surf training for different wave types

"Joel Parkinson Pro Surf Training" is a mobile phone app with 30 programs and over 150 surfing specific exercises to make you a stronger, faster, better surfer.

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Houston Press

Reality Bites: Ice Cold Gold

There are a million reality shows on the naked television. We're going to watch them all, one at a time.

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The Age

Mick Fanning put in a stellar performance to seal the title.

RAW VISION: Australian surfer Mick Fanning defeats fellow compatriot Taj Barrow to win his third Rip Curl Pro title at Bells Beach in Victoria.

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Magnolia News

RAMBLINGS | Hobie's gone

With it's easy accessibility to both Puget Sound and Lake Washington, it's no surprise that Seattle is filled with people who love to sail.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

The Age

Kelly Slater through to quarter-finals

BELLS BEACH, Victoria Eleven-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater and Australian superstar Joel Parkinson have both been eliminated in the quarter-finals of the men's Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach.

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The Age

Carissa Moore wins Rip Curl surf final

Carissa Moore of Hawaii has won the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach for the second consecutive year.

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Examiner.com

Mako Shark breaks records: 805-lb Mako reeled in by Florida surf-casting cousins

Joey Polk of Milton, FL pulled in an 11-foot, 805-pound Mako shark from the shores of the Gulf setting a possible new world record for land-based shark fishing.

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Lower Township Gazette

OCHS surf team to compete in national competition in California

Nine members of the Ocean City High School surf team will be heading to California in June, and they need your help to get there.

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Trend Hunter Magazine

Wave-Tracking Watches - The Search GPS Watch Helps Surfers Stay on Track

The Search GPS Watch by Rip Curl allows surfers to stay on top of their sport. The waterproof watch utilizes a built-in GPS and motion sensory technology to compile data such as how many waves you rode and how fast you were going.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Spring Surf: Cold front leaves water less appealing

A surfer drags his hand across the wind-chopped face of a wave at Steamer Lane Monday afternoon as a cold front moves in and conditions deteriorate from Sunday's epic conditions of size and sun.

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The New Zealand Herald

Hawaii: Pow! Kaka'ako packs a punch

Away from the famous surf breaks and beaches, Heather McCracken discovers Hawaii's vibrant shopping, art, culture, and food scene.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Examiner.com

TheraSurf Summer 2014 Free surfing program for children with special needs

The TheraSurf Foundation brings the healing power of the ocean to children with special needs and their families.

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Uncrate

Rip Curl Search GPS Surf Watch

Surfers, listen up: just because your sport takes place on water doesn't mean you can't get in on the tracking trend.

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