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Koa Smith’s endless Namibia barrel = $20k

According to Gareth Horner, Newquay lifeboat operations manager, the deceased actually entered the ocean to assist others in trouble and added the conditions were “not very good for surfing and bodyboarding. ” Brendon Prince, an...

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Stab presents the Candy Shoppe

Here’s something sweet: A straight-up, no-questions-no-sign-up-asked 30% discount at the Hurley online store just for loyal Stab readers. You might be a strugglelancer or it might be raining coloured leaves from the treetops but there’s...

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Noa Mizuno in the Mentawais

According to Gareth Horner, Newquay lifeboat operations manager, the deceased actually entered the ocean to assist others in trouble and added the conditions were “not very good for surfing and bodyboarding. ” Brendon Prince, an...

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Alex Botelho flings over Lisbon, Portugal

This is Alex Botelho from Algarve, Portugal.  “We (the Metal Neck Crew) nicknamed him the Portuguese Thor,” says the photographer Tom Carey, who’s been burning up the European coastline with a select crew that...

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Alex Botelho flings over Lisbon, Portugal

This is Alex Botelho from Algarve, Portugal.  “We (the Metal Neck Crew) nicknamed him the Portuguese Thor,” says the photographer Tom Carey, who’s been burning up the European coastline with a select crew that...

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A Hipster Sliced My Head

The Gold Coast Bulletin reported Craig (a Globe employee) was surfing was his nine-year-old son two weeks ago when the, yes, bearded, man lost control of his 60’s-styled board, but allegedly not his style. “I...

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Carlos Muñoz surfs his first world tour event

Back in August, Carlos Muñoz won the 2014 Hurley Pro at Lower Trestles video trials and earned a wildcard into the event. And with that he became the first ever Central American surfer to surf in...