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SURFER Magazine

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7.22.10

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INTO THE 3RD DIMENSION: SURFER'S FIRST-EVER 3D Photo Feature In September Mag

A different visual experience – that’s what innovative photographers strive for. It’s why, housing in hand, they swim deeper into the pit at Pipe. Why they sacrifice flesh and bone and equipment to hang under a speeding surfer’s rail. Why they scramble over coral and hike over jungle-choked headlands in search of a unique vantage

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7.22.10

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THE SURFER'S VOTE: Who Will You Vote For In 2008?

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7.22.10

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EIGHTEEN YEARS LATER: An Interview With Tour Veteran, Layne Beachley

With eighteen years of tour experience under her belt, Layne Beachley has been on WCT longer than any other surfer—male or female. And with 29 WCT wins since 1993, and seven world championships, the title of “Veteran” is one that is endowed only with the utmost respect. “Layne is an idol to a lot of

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7.22.10

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GLOBE PRO FIJI CHAMP: Globe Skybox Winner Takes Home CJ's Board & Goodies

You know, real people actually win these things. It rarely feels like it’s YOU that’s winning, but it certainly could be if you’re following the Fantasy Surfer stats, checking the swell forecasts, and observing the mojo of the pro surf world with a steady eye. Just to show you that Fantasy Surfer winners are real

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7.22.10

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USA Looks Strong at the 1/4 Pole

June 24, 2008 – - Surfers representing the United States hold five of the top 12 spots on the WQS tour. The USA’s 2009 WCT future looks promising. Granted, it is early, and the WQS tends to really shake out after the European summer leg. Nevertheless, if you are a fan of USA surfing you’ve

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7.22.10

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SNEAK PREVIEW: Get Ready For The 2008 Rip Curl Pro Search

The Rip Curl Pro Search, the blogosphere’s favorite event, is bringing World Tour surfing back to the Indonesian archipelago. Not since the glory days of the Quiksilver Pro at G-Land—which was forced to close shop after 9/11—has Indo had the pleasure of playing host to the world’s best. After a bit of a shake-up as

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7.22.10

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JUST ADD WATER: Quiksilver Premieres Clay Marzo Movie In Style

Quiksilver’s much-anticipated release, Clay Marzo: Just Add Water made its worldwide debut in style last night at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa, CA. With a nearly packed house, tons of freebies floating around, and a special performance by Pinback, a surfer couldn’t have asked for much more. Most came with an

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7.22.10

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SAVE THE BIG FAT WHALES: Electric Premiere Rocks In Laguna

Laguna Beach Theatre hosted the West Coast premier of Save the Big Fat Whales by ELECTRIC VISUAL. To ensure that there wasn’t a dull moment, ELECTRIC had their pirate ships sail to San Diego and LA where they picked up a crew of drunken sailors. Once docked in Laguna Beach, these mates lined up to

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7.22.10

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FAR-EAST SIDERS: Bhutanese Monks Take Up Surfing, Leave Their Mark On Honolulu

Although I can’t understand a word they are saying, the expressions on their faces say it all. From what I’ve gathered from their hand gestures, smiles, (they’re always smiling) and the Bhutanese translator, the five visiting Bhutanese monks love Hawaii, and even more so, they love surfing. Coming from the landlocked and predominately Buddhist country

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7.22.10

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EARTH'S GREATEST SOLVENT: Surf Journalism Expedition Gets Fluid

Biologically speaking, water is earth’s greatest solvent. It breaks nearly everything it contacts into its most basic, humble components. Including me. Our first encounter with water’s great powers came well before leaving port in Padang, Sumatra. The last of our crew – one day behind the rest – staggered in exhausted from travel, and dripping

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