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  • 1925 heroic rescue off Corona del Mar burnished surfer Duke Kahanamoku's legend

    1925 heroic rescue off Corona del Mar burnished surfer Duke Kahanamoku's legend
    It was in the turbulent Pacific waters off Corona del Mar 90 years ago when Duke Kahanamoku, the celebrated Hawaiian surfing and Olympic swimming titleholder, proved once again to be a genuine American champion.
  • Surfing ban: Newport favors giving lifeguards more discretion over blackball time

    Surfing ban: Newport favors giving lifeguards more discretion over blackball time
    Newport Beach lifeguards could soon have more control over the time when surfing is prohibited along the city's beaches. The City Council indicated during a Tuesday afternoon study session that it favors allowing lifeguards to blackball, or prohibit,...

    Almond Surfboards shapes up to be an internationally known company

    Almond Surfboards shapes up to be an internationally known company
    It's clear upon walking in that Almond Surfboards is an atypical surf shop. "We are not really attempting to chase fashion trends or be a huge brand," says Dave Allee as he motions to the distinctively designed surfboards leaning against the walls of...

    Mr. Irrelevant attempts to surf in Newport Beach

    Mr. Irrelevant attempts to surf in Newport Beach
    After a week of overcast weather, the heavens opened up on Friday morning. Just in time for Gerald Christian, this year's Mr. Irrelevant, to hit the waves at Newport Beach. As part of Irrelevant Week, Christian, Mr. Irrelevant XL, was invited to take...

    Waterless surfing in a warehouse gym trains everyone from kids to U.S. Open competitors

    Waterless surfing in a warehouse gym trains everyone from kids to U.S. Open competitors
    Inside a nondescript Westside Costa Mesa warehouse, folks from all over are partaking in a kind of waterless surfing. They stand up on a Si Board — reminiscent of a skim board — to work muscle groups, practice their form and perfect that...