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It started with the helicopter ride from Denarau to the island with the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. The 10-minute journey was awesome especially being flown over Cloudbreak twice as we got to see firsthand the giant waves that await the
IN Style As Malia Jones, a former US women's surfing champion, warns: The sun and the salt can be damaging to your hair and skin if you don't take care of yourself...Just get some good beauty products and stay consistent in your routine. For Jones,
May 25, 2012 AS a child, Kelly Slater surfed the modest swells near his home in Cocoa Beach, Fla...They don't have good shape and aren't especially great in any way. In fact, among surfers, the ocean off the Florida coast has long been likened to
West Coast champions is going down at the Huntington Beach Pier, where surfers from up and down the California coast are battling it out for four days. The event brings more than 400 competitors to the south side of the pier, and is a qualifier for
Orange County surfers represented the county well Sunday at the Western Surfing Association's 2012 West Coast Surfing Championships they took first place in 15 of 25 divisions. This was the 10th and final contest of a season that began in August 2011.
But in Santa Cruz, Calif., they're city council members and business owners. And they're also conservationists who just got their piece of the central California coast named a World Surfing Reserve . Long before surf music topped the charts and long
May 13, 2012 A surfer rides a wave while surfing at Bronte Beach on May 8, in Sydney, Australia. (Ryan Pierse/Getty Images) An American surfer was recognized by Guinness World Records for surfing a 78-foot wave, the largest on record. Garrett
Story continues below "There definitely weren't as many jokes and laughs as the last heat. Steph had priority most of the heat and kept taking the first one and, somehow, there started being more waves in a set and I kept getting really lucky."
GUINNESS World Records have recognised a 44-year-old Hawaii pro surfer for catching the biggest wave ever. The wave has officially been measured at 23.8 m (78ft), breaking the previous record by about 50cm.
In this photo taken Nov. 1, 2011, and released by Nazare Qualifica/Polvo Concept Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011, Garrett McNamara, of Hawaii, surfs what is being called the tallest wave ever ridden at the Praia do Norte beach in Nazare, Portugal. McNamara