RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Windsurfing

A collection of news and information related to Windsurfing published by this site and its partners.

Top Windsurfing Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • Two festivals open doors

    Two festivals open doors
    This season, it's all about "fun in the sun" at Laguna's summer art festivals. The fun begins June 25, when both the Sawdust Art Festival and Art-a-Fair kick off the opening day of their 44th annual celebrations. "We've got a lot of excitement lined...
  • Ocean wins in this surf contest

    Ocean wins in this surf contest
    Tanna Frederick will not be acting when she mounts her surfboard by the Huntington Beach Pier this weekend. But she wouldn't mind taking home an award. Frederick, the founder and co-organizer of Project Save Our Surf: SURF 24, will be among the actors...
  • Giving back to our ocean

    Surfing has always meant something more to me. That, the beach and the ocean has always been the one constant path in my life, a best friend, teacher and so much more. Surfing has the power to change people. Our beaches and waves can serve as...
  • Father's Day Letters

    Dad, Thank you for your years of love, guidance and support. I couldn't have reached my goals without you! Go, Bruins!! Happy Father's Day. Love, Noelle A. Park Hi Dad, GC here on behalf of all your kids and grandkids. It's been six months...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Many thanks for event success

    In my time, I have surfed in a lot of events, some for money and fame, not to mention ratings points. However, the one that stands out the most to me happened just this past weekend at the Huntington Beach Pier. What makes a great event? Normally, the...
  • 106 years of the Fourth

    106 years of the Fourth
    Bob Mandic has always had a front-row seat to the annual Huntington Beach Fourth of July Parade. Growing up on Main Street, Mandic's family would stay home for the holiday to watch the parade from his front yard. When he got into his teens, Mandic said,...
  • A surfer, interrupted

    A surfer, interrupted
    A little more than two years ago, surfer Nathan Gocke paddled out at his usual surf break, stoked to ride the four-foot swell that was rolling in on that foggy winter morning in the South Bay – the same way he did most Saturday mornings. The 32-...
  • Taking stand in the Gulf

    Project Save Our Surf and the Eco-Warrior Project are joining forces to launch "Gulf Alert 2010." The aim of the initiative is to raise awareness of ways the surfing public can help shift the direction from pollution toward renewal. Gulf Alert 2010 will...
  • Summer's Calling: Wind, water, wonder

    Summer's Calling: Wind, water, wonder
    Hal Ashman remembers the day his connection to watersport took hold. He was in college, spending a summer in Ocean City, and found himself on the shores of Assawoman Bay one evening with wind whipping around him and a windsurfing board at his feet....
  • Hotel review: Pacific Edge Hotel in Laguna Beach

    Hotel review: Pacific Edge Hotel in Laguna Beach
    — After a just-completed renovation that can best be described as cheap and cheerful, the former Vacation Village in Laguna Beach is now the Pacific Edge Hotel, the 33rd and most recent property in the Joie de Vivre family of California boutique...
  • Three of the best beach towns

    The beaches of California always rank highly on those national lists of best beaches, but a good beach does not necessarily make a good beach town. Not all beach towns are created equal, and the Golden State runs the gamut from quaint to upscale. So...