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    Texas Surf TV

    This is all surfing in Texas.

    These videos are provided by Texas Surf TV. On their website you can see a lot more surfing on the Gulf Coast. Really cool stuff, I like what they’re doing. Check it out:

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    More Surfing Quotes Added

    On our home page we have a new surf quote show up every day, and today the number of quotes we have in the database has doubled. Here are a few of my favorite new additions:

    Just one more. – Anonymous

    Sometimes in the morning, when its a good surf, I go out there, and I don’t feel like its a bad world. – Kary Mullis

    We start going down hill when we stop taking risks.Laird Hamilton

    To see the surfing quotes just go to our homepage and look right below the Texas Surfers sign. Check it every day to get a new quote!

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    Man with No Limbs Surfs

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    Bethany Hamilton, a surfer who lost one of her arms during a shark attack in 2003, took Nick Vujicic surfing last August (2008). Nick was born without arms or legs. I found this story on Coastal Surfing, which is one of my favorite surfing blogs. Check it out to get more info on this story.

    Julian Wilson and the Sushi Roll

    I’m not sure if anyone else can even do this, but Julian Wilson is definitely the first to be able to perform this complete roll through the air called the Sushi Roll. Julian rides for Quick Silver and lives in Australia. Check out this cool move.

    Who’s on Your Traction Pad?

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    Surf Grom Magic Mikey with Obama Traction Pad

    There have always been cool designs on surfboard traction pads, but most of the design work has been left up to the shapers. It looks like all that is about to change with the new Obama traction pad. To be honest I NEVER expected to see Obama on a traction pad. We could easily start seeing all kinds of people on these things, like Kelly Slater and Bob Marley.

    Traction pads are used for getting some extra grip on your pivot foot. Since you pivot your surfboard (as in, make it turn) with your back foot, the traction pad goes at the very back of your board. When you popup, one goal is to make sure that your back foot lands on the track pad. Which leads to the realization that you’re stepping on the person’s face every time you catch a wave. But I don’t think stepping on the face is really the focus, it’s just a cool track pad.

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