Monthly Archives: June 2010

Origins of Lincolnshire North Sea Surfing

The origins of Surfing in Lincolnshire’s often inhospitable and fickle North Seas has been a difficult one to pin down, we had known about a Lincolnshire surf club in the 1960′s, but little else. So we were fortunate to meet … Continue reading

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UK Surf photography at its best

You may have noticed some changes to the extremehorizon.com home page which include some awesome UK surf shots from Fistral beach and Porthleven taken by one of Britains leading surf photographers Geoff Tydeman. The work which Geoff has been producing … Continue reading

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What makes the ultimate Kook?

With surfing, the same as any sport we all have to start somewhere so little errors when we’re learning to surf can be forgiven, however the fun survey below highlights errors made by the perpetual Kook…you know the ones who … Continue reading

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Has Russell Ord captured the sickest wave ever Surfed?!!

We all know that Western Australia has some crazy heavy secret reefs and, as we’ve written about in these pages before, photographer Russell Ord has been out there documenting them in all their glory. But every so often a picture … Continue reading

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Bondi Lifeguard breaks neck surfing at “Ours”

The reef break named by the Bra Boys as “Ours” is a mutant wave in Sydney Australia and the following story is from coastalwatch.com. Check out the board and Kobi Graham going up and over the falls- nasty: Bondi Rescue … Continue reading

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Womens ASP world tour hits Peru

Latest Extremehorizon surf shop news: The world’s best female surfers will assault the South American continent this week for the fifth stop on the 2010 ASP Women’s World Tour, the Movistar Peru Classic presented by IDP. For the first time … Continue reading

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