More than 200 people will search Ocean Beach, Golden Gate Park and surrounding neighborhoods on Saturday looking for clues in the disappearance of an Emeryville man who vanished after running the Bay to Breakers race May 19.
With the amount of Jet Skis and testosterone buzzing around Teahupo’o during last week’s swell, you could’ve assembled a navy that would match Uruguay’s in any ocean-born conflict. The photos made it look like war — an army of crews fighting to gain the same blue territory.
Terry Tracy, who as an easygoing, fun-loving surfer inspired the “Gidget” movies and television series and helped make surfing an international sport — in the process becoming the embodiment of the cool alternative lifestyle of sunglass-wearing beach bums — died on Wednesday at his home in San Clemente, Calif. He was 77.
With the now-famous Tahiti swell finally arriving on SoCal shorelines Monday, Lower Trestles drew in big name pros like Dane Reynolds and John John Florence. But it was local San Clemente grom Griffin Colapinto who pulled the move of the day. (Stay tuned to Surfline for a full photo recap of the swell with images from Hawaii, Mexico and California.) Sequence: Billy Watts
I’ve said this before, and I will say it again to reiterate: The human body is designed to move. Run, swing your arms, spin, jump, bend….move. These actions require the interaction of muscles throughout your body, muscle chains, or fascial lines-which is what we call them in the health world. Chains of coordinated muscle action is what allows you to move in the surf.