Going for Gold

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Carissa Moore surfing the wave garden in Spain, the technology that could be used if surfing is included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

Surfing: In the Olympics. Now, there’s a can of worms! Last Monday the organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Games announced a shortlist of eight sports that they are considering from which they can select one or more to champion for inclusion in their games. Under recent reforms, at each Olympic Games the host city is… Read more »

The Gold Coast’s Gold

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Surfing Gold Coast point break

  The Sand at Snapper Rocks. At the end of this month the 2015 WSL Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour kicks off, as it has done in so many years past in its previous incarnations, on the Gold Coast.  Every year the eyes of the surfing world focus squarely on the points of Coolangatta at the… Read more »

Intuition Vs Science – The Future of Surfing

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I was listing to a very interesting discussion this week on one of my favorite podcasts, The Skeptics Guide To The Universe. One woman argued that science wasn’t necessary to confirm things that we already know intuitively. The host of the show pointed out that if two people’s intuition conflict then without science you cannot… Read more »