Highlights from July 8-15 in North Nicaragua

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This group started out as a bunch of beginners and all learned to surf by the end of the week. A few of them really stepped it up in the bigger surf and scored some impressive rides at the point when the swell was pumping. Of course all of the

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By Snow And By Sea – Oregon’s Colter Deupree bridges mountains with his snowboard-inspired shapes

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A decade ago, at a summer spot south of Cannon Beach along the Oregon Coast, Colter Deupree waxed up one of his self-shaped boards for the first time. At a glance, you’d think that Deupree’s creation was better suited for Mt. Bachelor than the cold waters of the Pacific Northwest:

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Backwash: Your Post-Jeffreys Bay Stats – Notable numbers from the Corona Open J-Bay

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Filipe Toledo decisively took the 2017 Corona J-Bay Open title last week, using every move in his sparkplug toolkit and flipping the classic notion of J-Bay surfing upside-down. But did you have him on your Fantasy Surfer team? Turns out only 27% of FS players had Filipe on their rosters.

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July 1-7 Retreat – Surfing, Skateboarding, Horses, Coaching

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July is always a great time of year to join us in Nicaragua. We sometimes get some bigger swells that allow the Amigas to really push their surfing, but no matter what there are always cute waves on the inside as well. This week we had an awesome group and

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Agents Of Change: Blinded By The Light – Stephan Jenkins, the Third Eye Blind frontman, talks about his work alongside active-service military with The Jimmy Miller Foundation

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In a comment that was hardly semi-charmed, Stephan Jenkins said he was away from waves while he was touring in Houston, and he said the feeling was depressing. “I think it’s not being able to surf, and the constant exposure to forced air in these buildings, which sounds like a

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