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Pamela Gott - The Museum of British Surfing
12 August, 2014 - HISTORY: Pamela Gott caught her first wave at Saunton in North Devon as a young woman in 1945, now 69 years later she has donated her...
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...
8 July, 2014 - CULTURE: Hawaii's vintage surf aficionado Randy Rarick will be turning back the clock on Saturday, July 26th, at Hawaiian South Shore on...
30 June, 2014 - TEAM: In the middle of an exciting world title chase, 2014 Surfers’ Hall of Fame inductee Carissa Moore will have a special ceremony held in...
28 June, 2014 - PASSAGES: Former surfer Claude "Duke" Horan — who is credited with naming Steamer Lane, one of the most popular breaks along the...
30 May, 2014 - CULTURE: The Doheny Surf Festival organizers today announced the Southern California surf festival will return to Doheny State Beach in Dana...
22 May, 2014 - PASSAGES: Pioneering big wave surfer Ricky Grigg, who later became a renowned oceanographer, died Wednesday at his Waialae Iki home. He was 77...
31 March, 2014 - PASSAGES: Hobart “Hobie” Alter, who started out shaping surfboards, and ended up shaping a culture, passed away peacefully at his Palm Desert...
20 March, 2014 - HISTORY: The Museum of British Surfing re-opens after its annual winter refit on Saturday April 5th 2014, with its third major new exhibition...
28 February, 2014 - INTERVIEWS: When surf editors and writers leave the long hours and thin salaries endemic to publishing they tend to move on to greener...
26 February, 2014 - HISTORY: An historic national landmark celebrating the heritage and culture of surfing is to be established at Muizenberg Beach in Cape...

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