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A NEW SONG IN BALI By David Pu’u
Bali is well known for its many world class surf breaks. And although there are now a few generations of great Balinese surfers, the ocean has not traditionally been a playground for the people of the island (Uluwatu means “Evil Waters,” after all). But a core group of local surfers is working to improve ocean safety and awareness for their people.
THE SHAPE OFF’S YOUNGEST WINNER By Katie McLean
As a close associate of Ryan Lovelace, Katie McLean might be slightly biased in her reportage, but facts is facts ... A blind judging panel consisting of master shapers Gary Linden and Gerry Lopez, with Lopez’s son, Alex, unanimously deemed Lovelace’s version of a “Pipeliner” the winner of the Boardroom International Surfboard Show’s Shape Off—not that anyone watching Lovelace’s progression in recent years would be too surprised at his victory. The kid has chops.
INDIANOVA SUMMER – YE OLDE SEASONAL DETOUR By Michael Kew
Another far flung adventure with DEEP Mag’s International Correspondent, Michael Kew. This time to the land of maritime tradition, home of the great schooners in the Golden Age of Sail, as well as some damn fine point surf when the conditions come together. Crack a coldie and enjoy the journey from the comfort of the Central Coast ...
THE ROAD TO CHINA By Glennie Rodgers
Showing up for her first day with Surf Happens when she was 7-years-old back in 2001, Glennie Rodgers little suspected she would one day help bring surfing to China. Now a fully-fledged surfer in her early-20s and an instructor with Surf Happens, Rodgers is indeed heading back to China to teach another summer surf camp with Surf Happens. Here, she shares her joy at “seeing a camper’s face light up after catching a wave.”
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