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    History of Surfing

    The Hawaiians organized the Hui Nalu (surf club) in the early 1900s. The club competed in neighborly surf competitions with the Outrigger Canoe Club. The event drew a lot of attention to the Waikiki surf shore. The competition helped in revitalizing interest in the sport, which was forgotten in the late 1800s.

    A Brief Introduction on Surfing

    Have you ever tried surfing, and simply loved it? Then, you'll also enjoy surfing for two-three hours at a stretch. Although, for a novice surfer to surf for so long time will take a lot of time to learn surfing, but under the guidance of an expert surf instructor, he will be able to develop really cool surfing skills.

    How surfing Rose to popularity

    Surfing as a sport enjoys a lot of popularity particularly in the US.
    Although surfing was a male-dominated sport, adventurous women surfers can be seen all the way back to the times of the Polynesian Queens. Two notable ‘surfer girls’ were Eve Fletcher and Anona Napolean.

    Surfing Lessons: An Hour Well Spent

    Surfing Lessons: An Hour Well Spent

    An Introduction To Surfing

    An Introduction To Surfing

    Kitesurfing for Beginners

    Although kitesurfing came into existence more than two decades ago, it really became a trend after the dawn of the new millennium. From one thousand kite surfers in the world at the turn of the century, the number rapidly increased to 100,000 by the year 2005. Kitesurfing is also called kiteboarding, and even flysurfing.

    Water Surfing - Before and Now

    From the mid 18th century both surf boards and surfing is popular. In the earlier days, surfing was considered as a sport of royalty and lifestyle symbol. The sport was originated at the Polynesian Islands and then made its way to Hawaii in the mid 18th Century.

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