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Have you ever wondered how surfers do that? How they catch those massive waves? You might have thought that ordinary people cannot achive anything like that. We are here to break down some common misconceptions about Surfing as well as provide a guide for beginners who want to feel adrenelin in the veins, while riding a 40ft wave.

So what is surfing?

Surfing is the sport of riding waves in an upright or prone position. Surfers catch ocean, river, or man-made waves, and glide across the surface of the water until the wave breaks and loses its energy.

Breaf history of Surfing

Early A.D

Surfing starts with Polynesians migrating from Indonesia through, Fiji, The Marguesas, Tahiti, and Hawaaii.


Capt Cook documents surfers in Tahiti, noting they 'felt the most supreme pleasure' at being pushed by the sea.

Early 1800s

American missionairies preach against surfing, bringing about a surfing dark~age in Hawaii. 

Late 1800s

King Kalahava ebcourages restoration of surfing, ang with other Hawaiian cultural practices.


Duke Kahanamoku and George Freeth help popularize surfing through surf clubs and demonstrations.


Creation and evolution of shortboard gave way for new styles of modern competitive surfing.


Surfing Today

Today, surfing is a multi~billion dollar global industry, with tens of millions of enthusiasts worldwide.

World Surf League (WSL)

is the governing body for professional surfers and is dedicated to showcasing the world's best talent in a variety of progressive formats.

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