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Sam Courtney Air on Barron Surfboard

Barron team rider Sam Courtney just won the South Island champs under 20, he also got second in the under 17, Epic!!! He was riding his new pro boards that are 5'11", sam was ripping it up...

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Rip Curl Bells 2010

Be sure to check out the Rip Curl Bells Beach Online, it started on the 30th and the Mens is still to kick into the main rounds!!! See it here

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dunga classic event site

The Dunga Classic 2010 is at North New Brighton this weekend, and heres a couple of photos to show you the serene conditions from yesterday. It was a fun 1 to 2 ft and a beautiful sunny...

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Hugh Ritchie at Taylors in Grom Series Event 2

Cody McCusker makes it two from two after convincingly winning the U16 Boys division of the South Island Surfing Grom Series held at Taylors Mistake on Saturday. Taylors Mistake was the choice for...

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Taj at Pipe 09

Taj Burrow Claims Billabong Pipe Masters with Parkinson Taking the Vans Triple Crown. Taj defeated Slater onshore waves after having epic clean three-to-ten foot waves during the event.

The final...

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Fanning ripping to 2nd world title

Mick Fanning is #1, claiming the 2009 ASP World Championship at the Pipeline. Heading into the final event of the season, Fanning held the ASP ratings lead over fellow Gold Coast surfer Joel...

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Parko at Sunset 09

Joel Parkinson cleaned up at Sunset with waves up to 20ft. The O'Neill World Cup of Surfing (part of the Vans Triple Crown) was going off for the finals with solid waves. It was epic conditions at...

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Grom Series - South Island - Event 1 - Te Oka Bay - Rippin

Last weekend the South Island Grom Series hit the road for 2 to 3ft offshore conditions at Te Oka Bay, Christchurch. Tucked away on the south side of the peninsular, it was the perfect backdrop...

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