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Swatch Girls Pro France 2014 - 18 Best Surfers to Go

From the break of dawn until the going down of the sun the world's best surfers tore apart fun waves on the opening day of the Swatch Girls Pro France 2014. This 6-Star Pro event held in in Seignosse-Hossegor, France is a highlight of women surfing and the most anticipated event of the year. 33 heats were completed making for an epic day of surfing as the field of 84 surfers was narrowed down to 18. Adrex.com brings you the higlights of the round one.

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Still Haven: Where Everything Slows Down

We haven't written about Water Born for a while and since that time, a few new episodes have been out. The series that explores some of the world’s most unique underwater environments alongside renowned freedivers and professional watermen aims to re-inspire its audience, by using creative, out-of-the-box style filming, to create an appreciation and excitement for 73% of the planet ocean. And I think we all agree, after watching their last edit aptly called "Still Haven", they manage to do it rather well. The episode was filmed in Maui with GoPro athletes Damien Leroy & Chuck Patterson, who have been in the water for most of their lives. Through a visual experience they share their thoughts while beneath the water’s surface.

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Adventure, Action, Ocean Life: International Ocean Film Tour is Back

After a highly successful premiere year in 2014, including a one-off night in London in October, the International Ocean Film Tour, in partnership with Keen, a manufacturer of hybrid outdoor and casual products, returns with Volume 2. Brought to you by the team behind the European Outdoor Film Tour, Europe’s biggest adventure sports film tour, the IOFT has already started, visiting 70 cities in 10 countries from 21 March.

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Master of the Ocean 2015 is a Wrap!

The last day of the Master of the Ocean event held this past Saturday, which started off with some breeze creating choppy conditions in the morning for the last Team Surf Finals and the Surf and Stand-Up Paddle Expression Sessions, turned absolutely beautiful in the afternoon with loads of sun and a strong breeze to help along the Kite and Windsurf Expression Sessions. As in previous days, music ranging from bachata and reggae ton in the morning to chill-out lounge beats in the afternoon supported fans on this last day of competitions, which also happened to be the Dominican Independence Day.

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Master of the Ocean 2015 - Another Beautiful Day in Paradise

The second day of the 2015 Master of the Ocean started with a slight breeze and some nice swell; the sun came out early and strong making conditions great for the semifinals of the surf and stand-up paddle categories for overall competitors in the morning. Hardcore supporters were on the spot bright and early, and were later joined throughout the day by more and more people. Cameras in all sizes vied each other for the best shot as well as two drones, which, every time they took off or returned to the beach caused havoc among the pack of eleven disheveled beach dogs. Get the picture? OK, read on and feel the vibe!

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Master of the Ocean 2015: 44 Competitors and a lot of Waves!

The best wave riders from all over the world have been traveling these last few days to the North Coast of the Dominican Republic to compete from tomorrow onwards in the world’s most complete ocean competition: the Master of the Ocean. The event was kicked off last night at the Opening Ceremony of the Master of the Ocean tournament in Lax/Ojo’s, Cabarete, marking the start of this epic yearly event.

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World's Premiere Watersport Event to Bring Elite Surfers to Dominican North Shore

The world’s most complete watersport competition, Masters of the Ocean is a unique event held over 5 days at Encuentro Beach, Cabarete, Dominican Republic. When it comes to surfing, there is no better place than Cabarete's beach. Recognized worldwide "as the kiteboarding capital of the world, the spot offers the perfect combination of beaches, winds and waves all year round. For the 13th time, the sparkling Puerto Plata province will host the most skilled international as well as local surfers, windsurfers, kitesurfers and SUP surfers, all battling it out to become the Master of the Ocean 2015.

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WaterZ: One of Europe's Best Kept Secrets

This is the first time ever that the elite of the world, and a wide range of water sports contestants meet up for a water sports festival, that consists of a World Championship and many other events on the water – All in the same week and everything within walking distance. This September, Hvide Sande, a small town situated on the outmost edge of Denmark on the coast of the North Sea will host Water Z: a three day festival full of Windsurf, Kitesurf, Wakeboard, Surf and Stand Up Paddle action. If that wouldn't be enough, organizers have prepared one special treat: IFCA Junior & Youth Freestyle/Wave World Championship that is going to be held in conjunction with the festival. Check it out.

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Josh Kerr Wins The Todos Santos Challenge in Dangerous Conditions

Having ran events in Chile and Maui so far, the 2015/2016 Big Wave Tour has already produced some exceptional moments so when the Todos Santos Challenge got called on this Sunday, all eyes were set on the world’s best big wave surfers, who had gathered off the coast of Baja, California to take on a monstrous 30-to-40-foot surf. The event was contested by 24 men, led by current rankings’ leader Billy Kemper of Hawaii and his fellow countryman and reigning BWT Champion Makuakai Rothman. Both suffered an early elimination though, leaving the chance to score a win to others. In the end, it was a longtime competitor Josh Kerr of Australia to claim the victory.

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Nicholas and Silveira Crowned World Junior Champions

The world’s best junior surfers from the seven WSL regions of North America, South America, Japan, Europe, Africa, Australia, Asia and Hawaii converged on the world-class waves of Portugal’s Ericeira region for the Ericeira WSL Junior Champions, determining the undisputed men’s and women’s world junior champions. Total field of 48-man and 18-woman put on their best and it was Isabella Nichols of Australia, 18, and Lucas Silveira of Brazil, 19, claiming the titles in clean three-to-four foot waves in the finals.

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Adriano de Souza Claims the 2015 World Surfing Title

December 2015 has been one of the biggest months ever in the history of professional surfing as the Billabong Pipe Masters achieved the largest audience and greatest live viewership in the history of the sport. Hawaii also saw Brazilian Adriano de Souza , who has clinched the 2015 World Surf League Title, joining Carissa Moore, who won her title at Maui earlier this month. In the process, Adriano also became the first Brazilian to win the side event, the Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons. Surfing for ten years among the world’s elite and setting the stage for the rise of the ‘Brazilian Storm,’ De Souza’s Title clinching performance came with a significant wave of emotions, as he dedicated the victory to fallen compatriot Ricardo dos Santos who died earlier this year.

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The 31st Annual Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau Has Started

The traditional Hawaiian opening ceremony for the 31st annual Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau took place this weekend as the sun set on Waimea Bay, Hawaii. It was an emotional gathering of big wave legends, rising stars of contemporary big wave surfing, the Aikau family, and surfing's expanded circle of friends and fans. The Quiksilver In Memory of EddieAikau is a one-day big wave riding event with strict wave height requirements; it will only take place when waves meet or exceed the Hawaiian 20-foot minimum (wave face heights of approximately 40 feet). This was the threshold at which Eddie enjoyed to ride the Bay. The event has a three-month holding period that will begin December 1, 2015, and run through February 29, 2016.

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Hawaiian Billy Kemper Conqueres "Jaws", the World's Most Dangerous Surf

When the Big Wave Tour event organizers made the call this Sunday to proceed with the first surfing competition of its kind to run at the infamous break known as “Jaws,” with competitors paddling into the notorious wave known for its incredible power and towering wave heights, one thing was clear right off the bat; this is going to be an epic ride. And it was, delivering massive 40’ - 50’ faces, Jaws didn't disappoint. On this monumental day local Hawaiian Billy Kemper has emerged victorious but huge congratulations must go to all the competitors surviving terrifying wipeouts. This might have been just the best ride of the year.

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Carissa Moore Becomes the 2015 WSL Champion

When Honolua Bay delivered perfect conditions for world's best female surfers to lay it all down for final WSL points, one thing was certain; after a season-long battle between Carissa Moore and Courtney Conlogue which saw the Jeep Leader Jersey switch back and forth multiple times, it would be either Moore or Conlogue to claim the overall WSL title. The last event of the season, The Target Maui Pro came to a phenomenal close yesterday and it was Moore's explosive finish that secured the Hawaiian her third surfing crown.

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Big Wave Surfers Brace for El Niño Swell Impact

Massive early season surf around the world sets high expectations for an epic winter. Big wave surfers from across the globe have been regularly challenging spectacular swells in recent months - producing record entries in the WSL Big Wave Awards - and continue to ready themselves for an unprecedented level of intensity during what is widely anticipated to be among the greatest winters for high surf in history. While the past years produced many swells that were also "too big to surf" the evolution of modern big wave riding techniques and equipment has totally changed the game. And for that, we cannot wait when the ocean breaks loose.

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World’s Best to Return to China for World Longboard Championships

Early December will see 36 men and 24 women assemble in Wanning, Hainan Island in the South China sea to compete at the now famous Riyue Bay for the Jeep World Longboard Championships presented by Wanning. China has successfully hosted the Longboard World Championships for the past four years and the consistent reef/point break at Riyue Bay has proved to be an ideal location. This and that the event will decide the 2015 WSL Longboard Champions for both men and women makes for a great event not to be missed.

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History Made: Team USA Wins World Junior Surfing Championship for the First Time

Following a historic week of competition featuring 322 of the world’s best junior surfers from 36 countries, the 2015 VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship held in Oceanside, California has come to a close. Heading into the final day of competition, Team USA was flirting with history, never having won the trophy nor gold medals. But the dream came true and USA was crowned World Team Champion for this first time in the history of the competition.

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Big Wave Tour: The Call

The world’s best Big Wave surfers are on heightened alert as the World Surf League (WSL) commences the second phase of the 2015/2016 WSL Big Wave Tour (BWT) season. With a window running from October 15, 2015 to February 28, 2016, the remaining portion of the competition year focuses on the Northern Hemisphere swell cycle with the potential of running four world-class events at some of the most dangerous locations on the planet. At any moment one of its four events could get a coveted greenlight to run. And when the greenlight is issued, surfers have 72 hours to race across the globe in order to compete. It's a whole science to it but surfing experts say this winter is going to be legendary.

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