Surfing California

Assemblymember Janet Nguyen continues tradition of honoring California’s surfing heritage – Orange County Breeze
Surfing California

Assemblymember Janet Nguyen continues tradition of honoring California’s surfing heritage – Orange County Breeze

September 20 is California Surfing Day! First observed on September 20, 2018, California Surfing Day was established by Senator Janet Nguyen’s SCR 122 and was again recognized by now Assemblymember Janet Nguyen’s ACR 116. The annual celebration of California Surfing Day brings together California’s surfers to unify around their love of the ocean, the sport, […]

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What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer
Surfing California

What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer

Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water, describes the barriers to ocean access for BIPOC communities—and the promise of the 30×30 initiative. Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water Raymond Joyce for Color the Water This guest blog was written by Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water. As a surf instructor, my goal is […]

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The story of Mexico’s surfing history is finally being told
Surfing California

The story of Mexico’s surfing history is finally being told

The Baja coast has always had amazing waves. But as recently as the 1960s — when American surf culture took off — surfboards were a rare commodity in Ensenada. “It wasn’t like it is today where you see them everywhere,” said Ignacio Felix, one of Mexico’s surf pioneers in an interview in Spanish. “Every once […]

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Watch Ben Gravy Surf New Jersey, California, and Hawaii in a Single Day | The Inertia
Surfing California

Watch Ben Gravy Surf New Jersey, California, and Hawaii in a Single Day | The Inertia

 Ben Gravy comes up with some pretty crazy stunts. He’s surfed all 50 states. He’s working on surfing every country in the world. But this one was pretty brilliant given the time change and his own resources: surf New Jersey, California, and Hawaii in a single day. And Mr. Gravy, using those resources, namely […]

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Racing Dirt Bikes and Riding Waves at the 2022 Surfercross
Surfing California

Racing Dirt Bikes and Riding Waves at the 2022 Surfercross

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In California, Ukraine’s national surf team dreams of the Olympics, and the end of war
Surfing California

In California, Ukraine’s national surf team dreams of the Olympics, and the end of war

Anastasiia Temirbek faced 10-foot walls of whitewater as she paddled out next to the pier at the International Surfing Association World Surfing Games this week in Huntington Beach, California.  The ocean had decided to pulse just as Temirbek’s heat began, sending a succession of solid waves into the lineup and leaving the surfers struggling to make […]

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What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer
Surfing California

What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer

Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water, describes the barriers to ocean access for BIPOC communities—and the promise of the 30×30 initiative. Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water Raymond Joyce for Color the Water This guest blog was written by Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water. As a surf instructor, my goal is […]

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The Six Best Surfing Beaches in Baja California
Surfing California

The Six Best Surfing Beaches in Baja California

2,038. That is the number of miles of coastline surrounding Baja California and its islands. The roughly 800-mile long peninsula is the second biggest peninsula in the world, which for surfers means countless beaches where they can pull over, unload a board and hop in the water. On most surfer’s bucket list is a trip […]

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The story of Mexico’s surfing history is finally being told
Surfing California

The story of Mexico’s surfing history is finally being told

The Baja coast has always had amazing waves. But as recently as the 1960s — when American surf culture took off — surfboards were a rare commodity in Ensenada. “It wasn’t like it is today where you see them everywhere,” said Ignacio Felix, one of Mexico’s surf pioneers in an interview in Spanish. “Every once […]

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What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer
Surfing California

What California’s 30×30 Initiative Means to This Surfer

Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water, describes the barriers to ocean access for BIPOC communities—and the promise of the 30×30 initiative. Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water Raymond Joyce for Color the Water This guest blog was written by Lizelle Jackson, cofounder of Color the Water. As a surf instructor, my goal is […]

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