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Surfing World Issue 394

Surfing World Magazine
Issue 394
February 2018

BETTER IN WATER
The Women’s World Title climax at Honolua Bay delivered one of surfing’s great sporting spectacles. In the end there were tears of both agony and joy, and it was Tyler Wright who would hold up a giant silver cup glued to a block of wood.

50 BIGGEST MOMENTS
Compiling a list of just 50 moments from the entire year’s worth of surf action was a surprisingly easy thing for Mike Jennings to do thanks to the fact he lives in a windowless apartment in Montreal that’s buried under tonnes and tonnes of snow.

SOFT CORE
Has surf gone too serious? Are we too infatuated with miniscule refinement to enhance shred and not focussed enough on the potential of bitcoin stocks? Is 2018 the year we finally ditch going hard and embrace going soft? Yes to all!

THE RIGHT STUFF
Western Australian photographer Russell Ord has survived first grade rugby league, fighting fires in the Aussie bush and been pitted off his dial at mutant slab Cyclops. He also captures amazing images that defy his artistic sensibilities.

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