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3 hrs ago | Coshocton Tribune
Wearing a loud Hawaiian shirt and his hair poofed into a pompadour, eighth-grader Xavier Lewis looks like he could be right at home in the swinging '60s.
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7 hrs ago | Uncrate
Great waves and great weather aren't always mutually inclusive - and sometimes, getting away to catch the surf in nicer locales just isn't an option.
8 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Months after charming the NBA with their bewitching offense and volume winning, the Portland Trail Blazers ' star is fading, reducing itself to a flickering twinkle.
13 hrs ago | Saipan Tribune
The CNMI Homeland Security and Emergency Management reminded the public yesterday that a high surf advisory remains in effect until 6pm today, Friday.
17 hrs ago | Surfing News
The surf spot of "Ours" holds many secrets and hidden stories. Legendary big wave surfer Mark Mathews knows "Ours" better than anyone else and will be organizing the Australian event.
18 hrs ago | Surfing News
The maritime conditions were almost perfect. Nelscott Reef was pumping 20-25 foot clean wave faces under light offshore winds.
The Dive N' Surf Oregon Pro 2014 will be run on the 12th March, at Nelscott Reef.
Photographer's description: "I used a Canon 5D with 70/200 mm lens with doubler.
Gaining weight and you don't know why? Maybe.. you're running too much and lifting too little.
A line of thunderstorms moving through the area this afternoon and evening has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a series of advisories due to anticipated high winds and hazardous sea conditions.
"That wave was triple overhead." "I just had the best barrel of my life." "You should have been here yesterday."
Pro surfers have complained about the crowded line-ups of the Gold Coast, in Australia.
Clark Little, 44, risks life and limb to drag strobe lights, cameras and lenses out into the sea in a bid to land the perfect picture.
Chris Hemsworth trades his superhero Thor suit in for a wetsuit as he braves the big surf, doing aerial manuevers and riding the tube, in the early morning at a Los Angeles beach, March 8, 2014.
Professional snapper Clark Little has captured the moment waves break at the shore from right inside them - and water has never looked this amazing.
The surf series will cross the USA collecting regional qualifier winners from Florida, North Carolina, New Jersey, Hawaii and Orange County, before concluding on July, at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz.
Crowds are flocking to Snapper Rocks on the southern Gold Coast to see the world's best surfers in action in the ASP World Championship Tour.