The legendary life of Hawaii surfer – Duke Kahanamoku

The legendary life of Hawaii surfer – Duke Kahanamoku

When Captain James Cook discovered Hawaii in 1788, surfing was a widely developed sport here. Hawaiians often organize surfing competitions and the winners are always cheered and praised. In this sport, players stand on a long and narrow board, surfing on the ocean waves. Talking about surfing sport in Hawaii, can not help mentioning the legendary name Duke Kahanamoku –

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Surfing with ice in Norway

Surfing with ice in Norway

Despite negative temperatures and freezing weather for 10 months of the year, many Norwegian islands have a strong passion for surfing. This adventurous sport became more and more “heart-wrenching” in the cold, moreover, getting the right waves in such conditions was a huge challenge. However, apparently not harsh enough, a group of daring people have made surfboards made from the

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Indonesia Tourism is ready to host the 2019 World Surfing Tournament

Indonesia Tourism is ready to host the 2019 World Surfing Tournament

The Indonesian Ministry of Tourism in partnership with World Surf League as well as a number of localities owning paradises, is planning to host 11 world-class surfing competitions in Indonesia in 2019. Indonesia has many natural conditions suitable for organizing the World Surfing Tournament. Indonesian media quoted the head of Indonesia’s maritime tourism promotion agency, Dwisuryo Indroyono Soewilo, said surfing

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