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The Rip Curl Cup 2013 is currently waiting to get started at Padang Padang in Bali, Indonesia. This year marks the 10th annual competition, which features international pros along side top Indonesian surfers. Part of the ISC (Indonesian Surfing Championships), the Rip Curl Cup Invitational pits 16 of the host countries best surfers and another … Read More

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A couple of months ago I posted about Bali night surfing and included a few links to some videos of varying quality. Now, since the Oakley Pro Bali is history, a better video has been released of night surfing at Keramas and it’s making the rounds on all the major surf websites. Check out this … Read More

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Bali has long been a favorite destination for surfers from Australia and Hawaii. Since surfing first took root on the island in the 1970s, word of perfect waves, cheap prices, heavenly weather and friendly locals soon spread, eventually bringing surfers from California, Europe and all over the globe. Meanwhile Bali’s local surf scene has quietly … Read More

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Surf schools teach you how to surf. SERF Academy teaches you how to document surfing. It’s also university accredited (3 units undergraduate credit through Western State College). That’s right – university courses in surf journalism. SERF Academy sounds like a real adventure for young surfers who want to get educated on every aspect of surfing, … Read More

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According to Surfer Today, Asian surfing is leading the global surfing boom. By the year 2020 they predict that there will be 50 million surfers worldwide. This has not escaped those who would make money off the sport, whether in the form of tourism in Asian surf spots, media coverage, equipment or clothing. (We’ve known … Read More

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Slater eliminated in Bali? Say it ain’t so… Here are some updates on the Oakley Pro Bali event currently taking place at Keramas as part of the ASP World Championship Tour: American surf legend and the current Association of Surfing Professionals number 1 ranked Kelly Slater has been knocked out of the competition in Bali. Those … Read More

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The Oakley Pro Bali leg of the ASP World Championship Tour got off to a surprising start at Keramas on Tuesday. For starters, #1 ranked American Kelly Slater lost in the first round, as did #4 ranked Joel Parkinson of Australia.Aside from those upsets, other Oakley Pro Bali results from the first round include wins … Read More

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This month means the start of Bali busy season. Throngs of Australian students, European backpackers and people who’ve just seen Eat Pray Love for the tenth time will flock to the Indonesian island in search of fun and sun. Sure, there will be larger crowds during Bali busy season – that’s where it gets the … Read More

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Night surfing does not mean looking at porn on the internet while your wife is asleep. It’s actual surfing… at night… dude. Though not really recommended, especially for beginners, night surfing is a real thing. Some night surfing events utilize lighting and there are crowds of surfers and spectators on the beach to help out … Read More

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