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7.22.10

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VOTE FOR ZUMA JAY: Malibu's Own Runs For City Council

Jefferson “Zuma Jay” Wagner runs a very traditional surf shop in Malibu. He sells all you need to go to the beach and go surfing, but that’s it. No magazines, no surf videos, just the basics: trunks, bikinis, wetsuits, surfboards, wax, leashes, sun hats. And he rents kayaks. Jay opened Zuma Jay Surf Shop in […]

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7.22.10

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ARCHY GIVEAWAY: Win Two Tickets To The World Premiere in Newport Beach!

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7.22.10

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NO ACCESS: Groups Aim To Ban Driving On The Beach In Cape Hatteras

When I describe Cape Hatteras to my friends in California I tell them it’s kind of like Baja except you don’t have to worry so much. You’re still in America – but you might as well not be. Walloping over the dunes in 4WD Low, with nothing but dune grass on side one and turquoise […]

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7.22.10

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WHO DA' GUY? Is There Anyone Besides Kelly Who Can Stop Kelly This Year?

For obvious reasons the story of the day is Kelly Slater’s big win at the Rip Curl Pro. And it should be. He’s hands-down, no bullshit, the best ever. Forget for just a second the drama of his last-minute, come-from-behind win against Bede Durbidge, in summary, yesterday he picked up his 36th WCT trophy, the […]

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7.22.10

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TOO GOOD TO CARE? Dane Reynolds Leads The Charge Into Round Four

The other day the big story coming off the ASP wire was Dane Reynolds’ awakening in Round Two. Well, the story remains the same in Round Three. Out of the precisely 353 waves that have been ridden in the Rip Curl Pro thus far, Dane has the two highest individual scores. And out of the […]

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7.22.10

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SURFING FOR SURFBOARDS: Online Auction Site Offers Gems

Do you need a 70s era Parrish to round out your quiver? A Greg Noll / Miki Dora “Da Cat” model? Looking for a 1930′s era Tom Blake surfboard? How about two of them? If so, the United States Vintage Surfboard Auction (USVSA) may have you covered. The USVSA got underway last week and these […]

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7.22.10

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SPRING SHARKS HAVE SPRUNG: Sightings and Attacks Becoming More Frequent In So Cal

Spring has sprung and so too have Southern California shark incidents. At least two separate shark encounters, one of them rather bizarre, have occurred in the last month according to internet website Shark Research Committee (SharkResearchCommittee.com). Both of the incidents involve Great White Sharks, and in one of the incidents the shark measured 15-feet long. […]

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7.22.10

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GILMORE WINS: Steph Claims Bells Over Sofia

Reigning ASP Women’s World Champion Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) has defeated Sofia Mulanovich (PER) to claim the 2008 Rip Curl Women’s Pro presented by Ford Fiesta in classic four-to-six foot (2 metre) surf on offer at Bells Beach today. Event No. 2 of 8 on the 2008 ASP Women’s World Tour, the Rip Curl Women’s Pro […]

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7.22.10

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JOUBERT'S EASTER VICTORY: Joubert Powers to Oakley Pro Junior Glory

Oakley team rider Shaun Joubert (Mossel Bay) overcame a strong challenge by Nic Godfrey (Cape St Francis) to snatch victory in good, clean, one-metre offshore waves at the internationally rated ASP Grade 2 Oakley Pro Junior at Durban’s New Pier. The inaugural junior surfing event was a highlight of the Vodacom Easter Adrenaline festival driven […]

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