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That's Honolua Blomfield on her way to winning the Junior Women's and Open Pro at the Noosa Fest on a Peter White shaped Classic Malibu Nic Jones Powerhouse model (Nic won the Mens Open Am btw). Unashamedly tri-finned and channel bottomed, some Aussie subscriber is going to win this Ferrari by next issue - our 72nd board winner over 72 mags.
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THE WSL BUYS SLATER’S WAVE – SO WHAT NEXT?
Marcus Sanders for Surfline: Like most people in the surf world, I’ve been stalking Kelly Slater more than usual since . . .
LIST MALIBU IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
From Sea of Clouds: As a sport or its projection as a lifestyle, surfing is an indelible part of California's character. Yet . . .
WRAP & PHOTOS: 20TH ANNIVERSARY BRITISH LONGBOARD UNION PORTHCAWL CLASSIC
South Wales: Competitors travelled from Jersey, Cornwall, Devon and the North East to the stunning South Wales coast at . . .
WOMEN’S & LONGBOARD CHAMPS CROWNED AT THE AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS TITLES – PHOTOS AND WRAP
Bells Beach: Summer Simon (Port Kembla, NSW) has taken out her second consecutive Open Women’s title and Tom . . .
DENMARK DELIVERS THE GOODS FOR WA'S BEST LONGBOARDERS
As strong onshore winds and wild seas battered much of Western Australian over the weekend, surfers from across the state have . . .
AN OLD MAL DISPLAY LIKE NO OTHER – BENNETT SURFBOARDS CELEBRATING 60 YEARS IN BIZ
Over 80 boards - many eclectic, many rare, all extraordinary – from across all eras will be on display at the open day at . . .
THE THIRD ANNUAL NOOSA LOGGER - WRAP
The 2016 SurfStitch Noosa Logger, held over the Labour Day weekend, delivered the spectators and surfers with perfect . . .
RYAN LOVELACE WINS GERRY LOPEZ ICONS SHAPE-OFF
Surfboards and Mr. Pipeline were the focus over the weekend at The Boardroom International Surfboard Show at the . . .
RABBIT KEKAI, THE LAST OF THE WAIKIKI BEACHBOYS, DIES AT 95
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Born in 1920, Rabbit was taken under the wing of Duke Kahanamoku, who paid his entries into canoe races and had him teaching . . .