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Surfing in Hawaii

An introduction to surfing in Hawaii. Includes articles and information about Hawaii's surfing beaches, lessons, events, athletes, and shops.

Surfing Competitions in Hawaii
Some of the most important surfing competitions in the world take place every year on the Northshore of Oahu Island.

Surfing in Hawaii - by Island
Information about surfing beaches, events, and shops on the islands of Oahu, Maui, and Kauai.

Surfing Lessons in Hawaii
Where to find surfing lessons and surfing schools in Hawaii.

The Legendary Duke Kahanamoku
Information about the Duke Kahanamoku Foundation, profiles and biographies, and more information about Hawaii surfing champion and three-time Olympic gold medal winner Duke Kahanamoku.

Hawaii Amateur Surfing Association
An organization founded in the 1960's to organize amateur surfing competitions on Oahu, the Big Island, Maui, Kauai, including shortboarding, longboarding, bodyboarding, and kneeboarding events.

NSSA Hawaii
The Hawaii Division of the National Scholastic Surfing Association.

Surf Guide Hawaii
This Web site has pictures of the best surfing spots on the island of Oahu, including Pipeline, Sunset Beach, Makaha, Waimea, and other popular Oahu surfing beaches.

Hawaii Surfing Guide
Information about the two Hawaiian surfing seasons, and the best places to surf on Oahu and Kauai. Also includes a bit of information about surfing on Maui and the big island of Hawaii, which are generally considered less suitable for surfing.

The Hawaiian Roots of Surfing
The history and culture of surfing in Hawaii. Includes articles about traditional and modern techniques for building surf boards, ancient surfing sites, surging chants and prayers, and surfing as a sport for the kings and queens of Hawaii.

Surfing History from Captain Cook to the Present
From the Surfing for Life Web site.

Hawaiian Islands Vintage Surf Auction
A convention held at Blaisdell Center on the island of Oahu for selling and exchanging historic surfboards and surfing memorabilia.

Hawaiian Island Surf and Sport

See also:
- Surfing Lessons in Hawaii
- Bodyboarding in Hawaii
- Skimboarding in Hawaii



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