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7.22.10

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Imperial Beach Charger Unveils Signature Wine

I love it when surfers are entrepreneurial. I mean – it only makes sense. Whether negotiating shifty winds, tides, or swell directions, we’re required to make the most of situations. Naturally, we should have the same industrious intuition when it comes to combining passion with commerce. That’s just what Imperial Beach charger, Kyle Knox, has […]

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7.22.10

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Florida's Gabe Kling On His World Tour Comeback And His Strategy For Beating Slater

Few of us get a second shot at glory, but after battling his way onto the 2007 World Championship Tour and then failing to requalify, St. Augustine native Gabe Kling has fought his way back into the limelight. I sat down Tuesday afternoon with the guy who will start the year ranked 32nd in the […]

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7.22.10

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Adventure And Solitude Delivered

Surf wise this trip has been lackluster. We surfed two really good days and watched onshore winds and rain rip into a solid swell the rest of the trip. The jet stream hasn’t treated us well, sinking south and sending much needed rain into North Africa. Good for Africa, bad for surfers. Nevertheless, as surfers […]

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7.22.10

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Fanning’s Beer Commercial

Mick Fanning loves beer. It’s a fact that’s obvious to even the most casual observer: One of the best-selling items of footwear in the industry is a pair of signature Fanning flops with a bottle opener on the sole; he has a high profile Mr. Hyde side to his personality named Eugene, who appears whenever […]

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7.22.10

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A Capitol Hill Meeting of the Sea-Minded

For the first time in a long time, hope is abundant in America—hope for a more unified nation, hope for an end to the economic downturn, hope for more peaceful interactions with the world, and hope for more widespread public and government support of our natural resources, including our oceans. The Blue Frontier Campaign, a […]

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7.22.10

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Inside North Africa's Land Of Rights

The first order of business, on any surf trip, is dealing with airline baggage fee anxiety. Will they or won’t they perform administrative ass rape? On this trip I was violated. There is no rhyme or reason. A 50-pound golf bag is delicately placed, free of charge, on the conveyor belt. A 30-pound board bag […]

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7.22.10

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Six More Weeks Of Winter Means Six More Weeks Of Swell For Surfers?

This morning a furry little marmot woke up bleary-eyed and anxious as he prepared to crawl out of his burrow. The overweight woodchuck waddled out cautiously, and lo and behold, saw his silhouette in the grass. As legend would have it, this portent signifies six extra weeks of winter, and although groundhog “Phil” predicts six […]

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7.22.10

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Anchored Down At Anchor Point

I’ve nestled in quite nicely here in the fishing village of Taghazout. These days, perhaps ‘surfing village’ is a better characterization. Surfers are everywhere, locals and visitors alike. The village reminds me of Puerto Escondido back in the early ’80s, already bustling with a mixture of old culture charm and youth-oriented surf stoke. Like Puerto, […]

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7.22.10

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Nathan Carroll Talks About His Torturous Year

SURFER: Where have you been? Nathan Carroll: Part of my training routine was, uh, skateboarding. I’ve been skating since I was 12 years old and actually was an amateur skater and did a bunch a skate events before I got serious about surfing. In the last year and half I started skating again, and was […]

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7.22.10

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Rabbit Calls It Quits After 36 Years of Pro Surfing

COOLANGATTA, Australia (Thursday, January 28, 2009) – After 10 years of service as President of ASP International, Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew (AUS), 54, will be stepping down from the post, effective at the end of March 2009. “After deep consideration, I have decided not to seek a fifth term as ASP President,” Bartholomew said. “I depart […]

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