1 OF 4 - VIDEO: Ireland Local Legend, Seamus ‘Shambles’ Mc Goldrick – Local Style

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In the 21st century, the land of Leprechauns and Guinness has become one of the newest frontiers amongst the sport of surfing. The rest of the world is only now discovering what the Irish have known for a while – the west coast of Ireland has some very fine, fine waves. One of the centers of Irish surfing is the charming beach town of Strandhill. Local Style visits with Strandhill surfer/bodyboa...Read More

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2 OF 4 - Nikki van Dijk Wins Los Cabos Open of Surf

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An exciting day of action wrapped up the 2015 Los Cabos Open of Surf in the Women’s Qualification Series (QS) 6000 competition with Nikki van Dijk (AUS) finishing brilliantly with a big win over Silvana Lima (BRA). “I’m just so stoked with everything and how it’s been going,” Van Dijk said. “I just never stopped. I never felt like I was going to get knocked out and now I’ve won – I...Read More

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3 OF 4 - Top Surf Films Currently Streaming on Netflix

By Clair Babinski I Surf Channel
Undoubtedly, if you are a surf fanatic like us, you enjoy a good surf film every now and then. Conveniently for everyone, Netflix is onboard with some great films that may pique your interest whenever you find yourself with some down time outside of the water. The Surf Channel has put together a short list of surf films with great storytelling, cinematography, and insight into the lives and t...Read More

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4 OF 4 - VIDEO: Worst Wipeouts at Puerto Escondido | May 2015

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You know it's a massive swell when the top big wave surfers in the world aren't able to ride out of the few waves they catch. When you're dealing with one of the heaviest beach breaks in the world though, that's the sheer nature of the game. Puerto Escondido welcomed the largest swell in at least two decades to Zicatela Beach coastline for three solid days. Though 'Domingo Grande' was the bigge...Read More

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First Ever ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship:

The first-ever International Surfing Association (ISA) World Adaptive Surfing Championship is set to take place September 24-27 in La Jolla, CA and bring together the adaptive surfing community from around the world. By teaming up with the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), one of the recogniz...

Posted by: The Surf Channel
June 23, 2015
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Shaper Gary Linden Introduces the World’s First Agave Surfboard:

Born out of passion, adventure and the never-ending commitment to positive social impact, today Jose Cuervo Tradicional unveils the world’s first sustainable, 100% Agave surfboard in partnership with Gary Linden—iconic surfboard shaper with nearly 50 years of experience in creating the best boar...

Posted by: Clair Babinski
June 20, 2015
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Beach Festivities to Celebrate International Surfing Day’s 11th Year:

On Saturday June 20th, beachgoers and surf enthusiasts from around the world will come together to celebrate the Surfrider Foundation’s 11th Annual International Surfing Day.  The Surfrider Foundation San Diego County Chapter is teaming up with FM949 to host a free family-friendly event in Ocea...

Posted by: Clair Babinski
June 19, 2015
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9 Summer Essentials for Surfer Girls:

With the first day of summer less than a week away, it’s our duty here at The Surf Channel to put together a list of must-haves for all you lovely surfer girls! The list below is comprised of practical and stylish new items that can be used while searching for waves, or just maintaining that beach...

Posted by: Clair Babinski
June 18, 2015
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El Niño? Thousands of Tuna Crabs Wash Up on Southern California Beaches:

Beachgoers all along the southern California coastline, stretching from San Diego to Huntington Beach, have been in for quite a surprise over the past week. To some, the shoreline covered with washed up dead Tuna Crabs comes as a disgusting and perplexing nuisance, but to surfers and ocean enthusias...

Posted by: Clair Babinski
June 16, 2015
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