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Cloudbreak situated around a mile off the island Tavarua Fiji, was discovered by a man called David Clark and his brother in 1982 when they camped out at the spot and found a perfect left hand wave resulting in them leasing the land and the surf spot, then further more making them the created and owners of Tavarua surf resort that is very popular today. Cloudbreak has been known to get to as big as 23ft!! It can require a whole range of surfboards, the best swell is said to be anything huge and from the South. So I interviewed a...
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As everyone’s always telling us, it’s hard to define surfing. It’s so diverse, so different for every one of us and so distinct from wave to wave that it’s something that exists almost entirely in our own minds and memories. However vivid your description, animated your acting or steady-handed your filming, you can never really put someone else in your proverbial booties when you’ve just ridden the wave of your life, it’s something almost personal. The “did you see that!?” that’s so hard to resist is actually as apt a question as you could ask. Did they see that? Probably not,...
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At the start of December I had no intentions of going on a surf trip for numerous reasons, mainly financial. However, a link to some cheap flights and minor persuasion later, I found myself going through the familiar security checks at Manchester Airport having booked a 'Merry Christmas to me' week in the small fishing town of Taghazout in Morocco, renowned for it's quality right hand point surf. Killer Point firing at dusk.   After having impulsively booked the flights and sorting some rough accommodation plans, I then realised I hadn't even booked work off! Luckily after a quick text to...
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I was inundated by Facebook statuses and comments about Pipe Masters last Saturday night. Computer said 'no'. I missed it. Not too gutted that I missed it after the show I got today. Woke up early. After an anxious evening worrying that I had broken the washing machine. And stressing that I was in big trouble. When my parents get home creeping down the stairs saying .. "Guys... guys... I've done something bad." Only to have my Dad say "Worse things happen at sea." Plans to check the surf temporarily delayed due to exhaust malfunction.. Surf check over the border. With...
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Being a car-less surfer is a rough deal. Add to that the fact that I live 2 1/2 hours from the nearest surf area and you can imagine the planning it takes to get to the beach on those good swell days.  Luckily (and probably surprisingly) there is a small group of committed surfers in the Liverpool area that are organising trips to the beach at the slightest whiff of a swell. Last Sunday was one of those days. Early in the week, the charts had shown a solid long period swell was going to hit the SW of England over...
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I'm a bodyboarder, living happily in west Cornwall. I try to take photos to showcase my love of the sponge in all its' glory - at heaving shore breaks or sketchy slabs... Well travelled, I've been to many of the usual haunts of a 30 year old male booger, and plenty of obscure places too. Having studied in Yorkshire and spent a lot of time in Scotland, I know the UK does have some special waves away from the hordes of the south west.   Made a DVD a few years back, check the intro here     http://vimeo.com/8648969 Again, trying to showcase...
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Glad I didn't bother hiring out a surfboard, hmmm might save surfing for Australia I think...    ...
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I leave to travel the world this afternoon, first stop Hong kong but a week today i'll be tearing up the waves in the Australian sunshine and then a few months after that moving onto fiji,Hawaii and California watch this space for lots of information about different surf forecasts and how they differ from the UK... I will also be posting articles about my adventures in the surf stories section!...
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SurfGirl Magazine – Womens and Girls Surfing, Surf Fashion, Surf News, Surf Videos SURFGIRL FILES: SARAH BEARDMORE INTERVIEW      Sarah, how did you get into surfing? I was in Australia. I used to bodyboard a lot and skateboard I was always a bit of a tomboy. And then I started to get into surfing when I picked up two-dollar board from a car boot sale I think it was a foam one. Then I gradually progressed into a fiberglass board and within two years I was competing because I did a lot of other sports that helped. So who...
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