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Precautions To Take While Surfing

Surfing is arguably one of the most profound and enjoyable water activities ever invented by man. A cult spanning all nearly all corners of the globe, in some ways or another, has offered a considerable amount of personal devotion in pursuit of this nearly pure-hedonistic pastime. But while the sheer happiness and pleasure brought about with the simple act of sliding down the face of a wave cannot be denied; the love for surfing--- like any other form of true love, can also bring equal measures of pain and suffering. Looking at the negative aspects of surfing, at the very...

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What is Big Wave Surfing?

What is Big Wave Surfing?

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The sport that separates the brave from the insane, Big Wave surfing is a particular discipline of the sport for those that like the idea of potential imminent death. While the risk might be severe, the glory that comes with it is incomparable to any other sport. So what is big wave surfing?   The Wave  While the name might seem self explanatory, what actually constitutes a "big wave" to a novice would most likely be significantly smaller than what an experienced surfer imagines. For the sake of parity across the surfing contests around the world, the Big Wave is...

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Wipe out? How to stay safe during a wipe out (Part two of two)

Wipe out? How to stay safe during a wipe out (Part two of two)

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In part one, we looked at the dangers that lurk when we fall off our surfboards. In summary, the article covered the risks that you face when the unprecedented happens. Today, we will cover what you are actually supposed to do. When you wipe out, do it like you were expecting it...   Wipe Out like a Pro Abandon ship This might sound like a stupid idea, but when you feel like you’re going to fall, use the balance left to jump off your board. When you jump, you will want to do it towards the wave; behind your board....

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Wipe out? How to stay safe during a wipe out (Part one of two)

Wipe out? How to stay safe during a wipe out (Part one of two)

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The beach is always fun. Watching surfers tussle with big waves is thrilling and interesting. On my part though, I enjoy the bikinis and the Surfboard art more than other surfers. The crashes and the wipe outs look amazing while you are watching, but it is a whole new feeling when you are experiencing them; Not amazing. There are a lot of things that you need to protect yourself from when surfing. Fin cuts, jelly fish stings, stingray barbs to the shin and falling. I cannot cover all of them at once, so this is part one of two. I will...

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A Guide to Surfing Sri Lanka

A Guide to Surfing Sri Lanka

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Let me act as your guide to Surfing Sri Lanka... Sri Lanka is a surfing dreamland for surfers all over the world. Whether you’re a short boarder, long boarder, knee boarder or body boarder, there are waves for all board types and abilities. From shallow reef barrels, to long lazy peeling rides, Sri Lanka has a variety of waves for every type of surfer. Sri Lanka picks up swell on both southwest and east coasts. Depending what time of the year you are heading to Sri Lanka will determine which coast to head to. The peak surf season in the...

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How Surf Competitions are Judged

How Surf Competitions are Judged

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Every year the WSL holds championship and qualifying events throughout the calender to decide the best male and female surfers, but you're not sure how surf competitions are judged. As for the heats themselves, how exactly do the judges go about scoring the surfers? Read on to find out how it all works.   Rounds of Heats Each competition is based on elimination rounds where several heats are played. Each heat is played with either 2 or 3 surfers depending on the round. The structure generally goes: Round 1: 12 heats of 3 surfers. The winner moves to round 3...

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