SURFER Magazine

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7.22.10

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Midget Smith – A Tribute

In the end there is only one measure of surfing status that matters, and it isn’t an ASP world title or a segment in a Taylor Steele movie or getting in a Quiksilver ad or having a Reef sandal named after you. It’s not being a bully at Pipeline or a thug in Maroubra or […]

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7.22.10

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HUNGRY FOR HOSSEGOR: Countdown To Event Three Of The Women's Tour

The Men’s Fantasy Surfer is blowing up. The skyboxes are full, the team-swapping is on overdrive, and people are winning surfboards and free stuff right and left. But let’s be honest, with thousands of people playing and 45 ’CT surfers to choose from for your team, your chances of winning might just be better on […]

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7.22.10

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A LOCAL'S EYE PERSPECTIVE: Chris Ward's Take On The Boost Mobile Pro

You did well in Bali, and you’re on a bit of a roll. How you feeling going into the Boost? I’m on vacation with my daughter right now, just enjoying the downtime, cruising and catching up with her. But it’s nice not to have to pack up and leave soon. To be able to stay […]

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7.22.10

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MUNDAKA PREVIEW: Spanish Revolution Redux – Sort Of

We should be hyping up how great of a wave Mundaka is, how you should be picking tube-riding specialists for your Fantasy Surfer team, and how tight the title race is coming into the homestretch, but we’d be full of shit if we did. Instead, judging by Kelly’s insurmountable lead, the preliminary forecast, and the […]

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7.22.10

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CHANGE WE CAN BELIEVE IN: If Only Politicians Were As Well-Behaved

It’s hard to wrap an all-encompassing energy around the SURFER Poll Awards. Yes, this is the election that “really matters.” And yes, this is the one night out of all three hundred and sixty five nights in the unforgiving year (excluding leap years) that the best surfers in the world (and all the people who […]

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7.22.10

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FUTURE OF SURFING: Make Your Board Last Forever

The 2nd annual Future of Surfing Event held in Solana Beach September reminded surfers that the boards collecting dust in their garages don’t have to rot away for eternity. The event was started to promote consciousness about surfboard sustainability and to demonstrate that the life of a surfboard is far from over after its first […]

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7.22.10

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Billabong Girls Pro Rio Preview

The Billabong Girls Pro Rio, the fourth stop on the ASP World Championship Tour, will kick off next week at Barra de Tijuca, Brazil. With the competitive furnace ablaze after the Rip Curl event in Hossegor, the Top 17 will soon be making their way to the Southern Hemisphere to test their skills on the […]

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7.22.10

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SAN ONOFRE STATE PARK CRACKS DOWN ON NUDE BEACH: Trail 6 will no longer permit Nudies after Labor Day.

This past weekend as I walked down the curvy dirt path to San Onofre’s Trail 6, a newly posted sign stating “Nudity Prohibited” greeted me. The once ‘clothing-optional’ beach, where people have always come to let it all hang out, will now be forced to cover up. San Onofre’s ‘Trail 6′ State Beach, located in […]

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7.22.10

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HELLO SUMMER READING: SURFER'S Big Issue Is Ready And Waiting

Here comes your summer reading, courtesy of SURFER. The Big Issue is hitting stands and inhabiting the greater part of your mailbox. Following the legacy of the Big Issue of August, SURFER provides larger-than-your computer screen photos, taking you front and center for international surf checks, in the barrel with the pros, even the Love […]

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