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ISA World Championships, Women's Surfing, 1964, Phyllis O'Donnell, Australia
31 July, 2014 - ISA: A Pioneer of Women’s Surfing and the first ever ISA Women’s World Surfing Champion, Phyllis O’Donnell of Australia, has been inducted into...
31 July, 2014 - CULTURE: In the shadow of the US Open of Surfing, Surf City USA’s Main Street was blocked off to honor the newest class of inductees to the...
Endless Summer Party At SHACC August 1, 2014
30 July, 2014 - CULTURE: This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Endless Summer's theatrical release, which inspired a generation of surfers to begin...
29 July, 2014 - HISTORY: The son & grandchildren of a man who donated a rare 1960s surfboard to the Museum of British Surfing had a surprising reunion with...
26 July, 2014 - HISTORY: In July of 2012, several local surfers from the 60’s organized and displayed an exhibition of surfboards and artifacts at the New...
22 July, 2014 - CULTURE: Gabe Davies donated his big wave tow-in board to the Museum of British Surfing collection recently. He used the board to pioneer...
21 July, 2014 - HISTORY: Rusty Preisendorfer, one of the industry’s most prolific and forward-thinking shapers/entrepreneurs and whose iconic R-dot boards are...
12 July, 2014 - FILM: Five thousand. That’s the population of Coolangatta, Australia. Yet someway, somehow, this tiny town has produced more surfing world...
5 July, 2014 - HISTORY: Everything we know is an a constant state of change. That's the beauty of life. But even though change is a certainty, it still...
2 July, 2014 - HISTORY: Paul Latham, Peter Sandy and Alan Kift were among the first to ride the ‘new’ fibreglass surfboards on the area’s beaches in the early...
Surfing Walk of Fame, Huntington Beach, Larry Bertlemann, John Van Hamersveld, Randy Rarick, Phyliss O'Donnell
1 July, 2014 - HISTORY: The votes have been tallied and six legendary wave riders will once again be forever enshrined in surfing’s history books on July 31,...
28 June, 2014 - PASSAGES: Former surfer Claude "Duke" Horan — who is credited with naming Steamer Lane, one of the most popular breaks along the...
26 June, 2014 - HISTORY: Two surfers were reunited with their first surfboard that they had donated to the Museum of British Surfing’s collection. The rare...
UK, Bill Bailey, Surf Museum, Museum of British Surfing, Malibu
13 June, 2014 - HISTORY: The owner of a rare Bill Bailey surfboard that he donated to the Museum of British Surfing was stunned to see the conservation work...

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