Monthly Archives: January 2008

SAS: Return to Offender

A campaigner from Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) has set off to the Netherlands recently to return some shipping litter (hospital medical bags) that have been washing up on Cornish beaches to a Dutch Shipping company it is believed to have … Continue reading

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Surfing in London?!

Two-metre waves are to break near the Thames at an attraction aiming to tempt urban surfers to taste the “quintessential California surf lifestyle” in a disused dock in East London. From 2011, the world’s first outdoor artificial surfing machine will … Continue reading

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Wave pool: A sign of things to come?

Quiksilver are holding a surfing event in the worlds largest wave pool this Jan and here at Extremehorizon we reckon its something we are going to see much more of. As more wave parks are built they’ll attract more spectators, … Continue reading

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The “Eddie” might go….

Waimea Bay, Oahu, Hawaii – In one of the most epic winter weeks for surf from the Hawaiian Islands to the coast of California, organizers of the Quiksilver Big Wave Invitational in Memory of Eddie Aikau, the world’s original big-wave … Continue reading

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Biggest wave ever surfed? 05th Jan 08

Grant ‘Twiggy’ Baker from Durban joined an elite crew of big wave chargers to defy Pacific Ocean storms and ride the biggest waves ever seen on the Cortes Bank, 160 kilometres off the coast of Southern California on Sunday 5 … Continue reading

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Seal Bitten by Great white shark on UK east coast?

Claims that a great white shark was responsible for injuries to a dead seal found on a Norfolk beach on the UK’s North Sea coast were met with a mixture of cynicism and humour last night. A national newspaper reported … Continue reading

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Jack Johnson

In an effort to acknowledge and support the important work that non-profit groups are doing in communities across the planet, JACK JOHNSON’S 2008 world tour is reaching out to groups working in the realms of water quality, community & school … Continue reading

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