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7.22.10

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TOLL ROAD TRIALS: Public Forum Demystifies Toll Road Hearing Cancellation

With the much-anticipated public hearing for the Toll Road being cancelled last week, Surfrider Foundation and the Sierra Club held a meeting last night at the San Clemente Community Center. The meeting attracted many of its supporters and community activists who asked questions concerning the cancellation of the public hearing and what it means for […]

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7.22.10

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CRASH THE COAST: An Epic East Coast Adventure Begins

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. The hurricanes have come. The leaves have begun swirling. And SURFER has taken notice. Starting tomorrow, SURFER will embark on an epic East Coast adventure armed with nothing but surfboards, a pickup truck, and pure, unadulterated optimism. We’re starting our storm in Miami and trucking […]

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7.22.10

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SACRED CRAFT: Interview With Surfboard Expo Creator, Scott Bass

Saturday and Sunday mark the return of the Sacred Craft Consumer Surfboard Expo to the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego, CA. If you missed it the first time around, don’t make the same mistake twice. This year promises to bring some of the biggest names and forces in the surfboard shaping industry under one […]

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7.22.10

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NATHANIEL CURRAN CROWNED: 2008 Honda US Open Of Surfing Concludes

Nathaniel Curran (Oxnard, CA) has claimed the Honda U.S. Open of Surfing presented by O’Neill and the ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS) ratings lead. The win marks Curran’s first major event victory and his first time atop the ASP WQS ratings. Click here to view Anthony Ghiglia’s images from the 2008 US Open of Surfing. […]

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7.22.10

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FIVE QUESTIONS: Jon Stillman of Ice-Nine Foam Works

Take a man with 40+ years of foam experience mix with cutting edge 21st century processing and production techniques and you might get something very close to Ice-Nine Foam Works. We caught up with Ice-Nine Foam Works President Jon Stillman for a quick “5 Questions” chat. SURFER: It’s been roughly three years since Clark closed […]

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7.22.10

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Bud Browne – RIP 1912 – 2008

Dana Point, July 29, 2008 – - Pioneer surf film maker Bud Browne passed away last Friday at a residential care facility in San Luis Obispo according to officials at the Wheeler-Smith Mortuary. Browne was 96 years old. Born in 1912 in Massachusetts, Browne eventually moved to Southern California to attend USC where he competed […]

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7.22.10

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STOP HOARDING, GO BOARDING

Matt Patterson's Digital Surfboard Trade - GoBoarding.com

If you have a surfboard to sell, or you’re looking to buy, “stop hoarding, go boarding” may just be the catchphrase for you. Unlike generic classifieds sites like Craigslist, fledgling site goboarding.com is spreading its wings to fly high above the classifieds competition with categories specifically designed for surf, skate and snowboard riders. Site creator, […]

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7.22.10

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Women’s ASP World Tour: Peru Preview With ASP World Tour Replacement Laurina McGrath Q&A

The Basics Event: Movistar Classic Mancora Peru presented by Rip Curl Tour Stop: Six (of eight) Date: Nov. 3 – Nov. 8 Location: Mancora, Piura – Peru Type of Wave: Left-hand pointbreak Defending Event Champion: Stephanie Gilmore Five Things You Should Know: 1. The tour-leader is out of commission…for now. Sofia Mulanovich suffered an ankle […]

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7.22.10

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5 QUESTIONS: With 2008 Rip Curl Pro Mademoiselle Champ Steph Gilmore

After your long hiatus from the tour, how was it to be back in competition mode? I think the first round was a little rusty on everyone’s behalf, but once we had one heat under our belts, the fire was there and then the focus and competitive natures really kicked in. You scored almost a […]

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7.22.10

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A DAY ON THE COUCH: Sickness Strikes The Surf Journalism Crew In Blog #8

Location: Southern Mentawai Islands, Indonesia We are dropping more like dominoes than flies. For five straight mornings, our crew has woken up to someone new passed out on the couch after a night of diarrhea and the dry heaves. But the waves lately have been textbook, our learning experience here on the D’Bora more than […]

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