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Posted: 2019-10-17 18:07:19
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  Andrew Forrest is a 70-year old surfer. For the last three decades, since first catching a wave at the age of 44, Andrew has dedicated himself wholeheartedly to surfing and has pursued waves relentlessly, surfing whenever there is swell and sometimes chalking up three surfs in a single day (more t...
Posted: 2019-10-08 01:24:10
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Despite the great deal of progress that has been made in recent years there still seems to be, in 2019, a need for positive female representation in surfing. Surf Like a Girl, by Carolina Amell, adds some hardback, coffee-table book weight to the right side of those scales; featuring a diverse group...
Posted: 2019-09-09 18:55:27
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Long-overshadowed by the picturesque rights of Jeffreys Bay and, more recently, the otherworldly lefts of its northern neighbour over the border in Namibia, Skeleton Bay, Cape Town’s surf breaks aren’t under the spotlight as much as one would image – or as they deserve. Yet, with a peninsula envelop...
Posted: 2019-09-01 15:18:54
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This is an updated version of one of the most popular articles we’ve published in the Surf Simply Magazine. The original article was written in response to some questions from our podcast listeners but has now been updated with our most current thinking on the subject. You can hear us talking about ...
Posted: 2019-08-30 18:23:37
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The 1930s is a period in surfing underpinned by the modernization of equipment. It was a decade when creations and experiments kick-started developments in design and gave a more progressive touch to the production of boards – which would evolve hand-in-hand with technology and demand. During this d...