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26-Year-Old Paddle Boarder Drowns in Huntington Harbour

Tragic news coming out of Huntington Beach, CA as a 26-year-old man fell off his paddle board and disappeared into the murky waters of Huntington Harbour on Tuesday, giving us all a tragic and sobering reminder of the importance of leashes and Personal Floatation Devices (PFD).

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International Ocean Championships for Seniors Coming To California

The International Ocean Championships for Seniors (IOCS) is an annual competition for senior watermen and waterwomen from around the world: surfers, paddlers, swimmers and runners who have dedicated their lives to living in harmony with the ocean and its waves, uniting in a fraternal bond of competition, camaraderie and friendship.

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Jamie Mitchell’s Inaugural Waterman’s Festival Video Recap

To showcase Quiksilver’s premium, classic outdoor line, the Quiksilver Waterman Collection, Quiksilver collaborated with 10 x Molokai champion, big wave charger, and paddle boarding legend Jamie Mitchell. The watermen and women that competed in the 1st inaugural Waterman’s Festival gave overwhelming feedback that the innovative format was a true testament to the quality and authenticity of ocean racing.

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Connor Baxter Recaps The 2016 Quiksilver JM Survivor Race

The 2016 Quiksilver Survivor Race was a huge success - with very tough competition. It was a one day event and had the survivor format - which is the hardest race format for short sprints. Here, Connor Baxter recaps the event from his perspective. Take a look...

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Rogue Recap: Stand Up Word Series: US Open Of SUP

Although the surf wasn't as big as we had hoped, this years 2015 Stand Up World Series in Huntington Beach brought us a ton of action with plenty of one hit wonders. The crew over at Rogue SUP put together this sick little edit highlighting the best of the action throughout the week.

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Felipe Rodriguez Wins Trials & Main Event Kicks Off In Difficult Conditions

Felipe Rodriguez continued his impressive form yesterday to take the Trials win amidst World Class competition and challenging conditions. Seeming to revel in the smaller conditions Felipe was able to generate so much speed and link together dynamic and radical turns in the small Huntington Beach Surf.

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SUP US Open Kicks Off With World Class Surfing

While the surf was small, it was definitely clean and more than enough to deliver some World Class Surfing on Day 1 of the US Open of Stand Up Paddling over the weekend. With a truly international field of stellar athletes stepping up to do battle, the scene has been set for not only a climactic finish to the Trials, but a fiercely contested Main Event for the Men over the coming days.

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