Lola Mignot, adding a touch of flair to her tip-time.
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FRESHIE LOCALS TO PLAY THE ROLES OF CLAUDE WEST AND ISABEL LETHAM
Dukes Day is fast approaching for the 100 year celebration of Duke Kahanamoku igniting Australian Surf Culture at Sydney’s . . .
LOGGERS TIME TO SHINE
One of the more popular divs in recent years at the Australian Longboard Open has been the Old Mal/Loggers. Originally contested by . . .
SHARING THE STOKE IN 2015
Every year, the Cricks Noosa Festival of Surfing addresses local, national and international causes in need of support, raising funds through . . .
MIKI DORA TO BE IMMORTALISED
Two former Malibu surfers have joined forces to immortalise Malibu icon Miki Dora on the web. Dora, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2002 . . .
IN NATURAL FLOW AT SURFWORLD GC + THREE OF IT’S STARS
If you’ve grown up with stories of the freakish abilities of the great Michael Peterson, and wondered if the tales had grown somewhat taller . . .
SURFRIDER SANTAS SET TO DROP-IN AGAIN AT THE ALLEY
Surfers are encouraged to come down to Currumbin Alley dressed as Santa or in Christmas theme for a paddle out - hey it’s probably a world . . .
THE SWEET SACRIFICE – A LOOK INTO THE LIFE OF KIWI SURFER/SHAPER/GURU ROGER HALL
Words by Greg Bruce: As a teenager I looked young for my age, and sexless. I had a boogie board, which I called a ‘body board’, thinking . . .
HARLEY INGLEBY WINS SECOND WORLD LONGBOARD TITLE
It’s been five years since Ingleby won his maiden ASP World Longboard Title and now he’s realised his dream of securing a second crown . . .
CHAAYA ISLAND DHONVELI WINS LEADING SURF RESORT AWARD FOR THIRD YEAR IN A ROW
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The Maldives Association of Travel Agents and Tour Operators awards were held at Kurumba Village resort on November 21 with . . .