Spring Grad News Intro

Here you will find news about Spring 1961 Graduates, who called themselves Surfers:

Surfing is a surface water sport in which the participant, referred to as a "surfer", rides a surfboard on the crest and face of a wave, which is carrying the surfer towards the shore.

Waves suitable for surfing are found primarily in the ocean, but are also sometimes found in lakes and rivers, and also in manmade wave pools.

Josh Loya Going Big by Frank Quirate
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Many variations of the sport may exist in certain areas and the definitions of what constitutes a suitable wave, and craft has expanded over the years. Bodysurfing involves riding the wave without a board, and is considered by some to be the purest form of surfing.

Other variations that have existed for centuries include paipo boarding, stand up paddle surfing, and the use of boats or canoes to ride waves. More modern craft that are used include bodyboards, inflatable mats (surfmatting), and foils.

Enjoy the news articles about some of our Surfers.

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2 Replies to “Spring Grad News Intro”

  1. I love this article on Steve… it is amazing to see all this hollywood history come to the surface with this great documentary
    Boyd

    1. I agree, Boyd….not only is it a well-done documentary, but it is an endearing portrait of Steve. Did you see that the video won an award?

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