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Windsurfing

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  • ACC All Access: Virginia's Morgan Moses and North Carolina's Bryn Renner remember harrowing surfing experience

    Even if Virginia's Morgan Moses wore red swim trunks and jogged in slow motion on the beach, nobody would confuse the 6-foot-6, 335-pound offensive tackle for David Hasselhoff, but Moses will always be a Baywatch-style hero to North Carolina’s...
  • U.S. Open a ripple in lives of rescuers

    U.S. Open a ripple in lives of rescuers
    Thousands of people flocked to Huntington Beach on Monday to watch surfing legend Kelly Slater and other professionals ride the waves during the U.S. Open of Surfing. But Huntington Beach Lifeguard 3 supervisor Greg Eisele and Lifeguard 2 supervisor...
  • Film Review: 'Drift'

    The story of the enterprising Kelly brothers and how they ignited an Australian surfing and surfwear revolution is such an irresistible underdog story that, if it weren't true, someone would have to make it up. Which is effectively what the makers of...
  • Before the fireworks, check out some Southland July 4 festivals

    Before the fireworks, check out some Southland July 4 festivals
    Huntington Beach's annual Fourth of July parade and festival gets underway at 10 a.m. Thursday, one of many Independence Day events. Meanwhile, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti will take part in Westchester's annual July 4 parade beginning at 11 a.m. Actor Ed...
  • Florida Beach Guide: Canaveral National Seashore

    Florida Beach Guide: Canaveral National Seashore
    There are plenty of no-nos at the pristine beaches of Canaveral National Seashore in Brevard County. But that's part of what keeps the 23 miles of pure Florida so unique. No cars on the beach, no places from which to rent rafts or buy sodas, no pier...
  • Surf City set to celebrate

    Surf City set to celebrate
    Huntington Beach's annual Fourth of July parade and festival will feature more than 125 participants, including floats, performers and military groups. Themed "Surf, Sun & Celebrate," this year's event will encompass the personality of Huntington Beach,...
  • Cleaning up beaches for Surfing Day

    Surfers will drop their boards, at least for a few hours, to help clean their local beaches during International Surfing Day. Tony Soriano, the Huntington Beach and Seal Beach chapter president of the Surfrider Foundation, will be hosting a beach...
  • Surf City hits the road on Warped Tour

    Surf City hits the road on Warped Tour
    The rest of the United States will get a musical taste of Huntington Beach this summer as three Surf City bands embark on the nationwide Vans Warped Tour. The annual festival will include Huntington Beach ska band and Warped Tour veteran Reel Big Fish,...
  • Commentary: The Wedge shows its might, challenging all who dare ride

    For generations, people have been coming from all over to The Wedge in Newport Beach to see the pure and natural power Mother Nature truly has to offer. They battle the traffic on the freeways and city streets, circle for what seems to be hours in search...
  • Breaking Surf: After the Open party announced

    Summer is in the air and for many Huntington Beach locals that means one thing, The Vans U.S. Open of Surfing. Anticipation is palpable for the brand new sponsors and the community can't wait to see what they're bringing. One thing for certain, the...
  • Learning to surf in South Florida

    Learning to surf in South Florida
    For the past three years, Kali Putzig, of Pompano Beach, has hit the beach each summer with her dad, John, to do a little surfing. Kali, 8, learned to surf at the ripe age of 5. “Kali was able to stand up surfing in the first couple of days,&...
  • Fishing action is heating up all over

    Even with the cold-then-hot-then-cold again temperatures, fishing action is finally starting to heat up all over the Lehigh Valley. Trout are biting, the shad are running, and walleye season is about to start. Over at the New Jersey and Delaware shores,...