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How This Italian Island Became a Haven for Mediterranean Surfers

Surf communities in the Mediterranean have been steadily growing since around the end of the 1980s. In Italy, in particular, the growth of the sport, its magazines, newspapers, and competitions were all inspired by surf culture in other parts of the world with greater exposure to the ocean and a variety of waves. Over the years, Mediterranean surfers found their inspiration in photo books and videos and […]

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A Photo Gallery of Dylan Graves’ Lake Superior Barrel Hunt | SURFER Magazine

GRAVES’ “WEIRD WAVES” VIDEO SERIES LAUNCHES TOMORROW, HERE’S A GALLERY FROM HIS FIRST EPISODE’S SEEMINGLY ILL-ADVISED MISSION TO HUNT QUALITY BARRELS ALONG THE SHORES OF A GREAT LAKE JANUARY 7, 2019 BY ASHTYN DOUGLAS All photos by Mike Killion Last April, Puerto Rican surfer Dylan Graves hopped on a plane to chase down a swell that was […]

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Baltic Sea Surfing: A Community of Surfers in Latvia

Words by Kim Feldmann de Britto & images by Kaspars Cekotins Latvia, together with Lithuania and Estonia, make up the Baltic countries in north-eastern Europe – a region know for its eventful history ranging from the last pagan settlements of Europe to Swedish, German and ultimately Soviet occupations that ended when Latvia declared its independence […]

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This Is What Road Trips in Chile Are Like; Where There’s Not a Right In Sight

When my partner first mentioned surfing in Chile, long left-hand points actually weren’t the first thing I thought of. I pictured Patagonia’s mountains, glaciers, and the roaring forties — everything but the picturesque surf. I grew up in Tasmania so I don’t mind surfing with a decent bit of rubber on and I’m accustomed to getting […]