It was a crazy scene 4th of July 2016 in Huntington Beach CA. I have lived here all my life and never have seen sooooo many people ( and drunk) like smashed! Also this year you could purchase and use fireworks in town that I have noticed a few stands selling them. Combine that with illegal fireworks, like for me it was maybe this video idea might not be so smart all of a sudden when the sun went down. It seemed liked something was about to get crazy dangerous! I found a pretty cool safe zone where this video is being recorded from. Back against the condo’s on the beach along a section where nobody could come up from behind and blow me up with some M-80’s or something? The event was pretty cool I thought, and lasted for quite sometime! This video contains the full show, it started at about 9:01p.m PST, sunset was about 8:07p.m. The weather was basically perfect with no cloud cover at the time of event. Air temperature at this time was about low 70’s, and the wind was very light to calm which made for perfect conditions. Kind of lucky considering the low cloud cover has been so consistent last few months at the Southern California beaches, night and morning hours mostly. I did not hang out for very long after this, but I guess everybody stayed pretty good? Pacific Coast Highway and surrounding streets were all closed to car traffic. It was an unbelievable site, like a sea of what looked to me millions of people packed in for miles inland, most with fireworks in hand and seemed like trouble was going to break out any second! Despite orders to get out of the water, there were a few surfers out there getting more than a front row seat! I noticed them getting out of the water wet with their surfboards. The surf was also pretty good, 3-7 foot wave faces from the south with a water temp about 70 degree’s. Huntington Beach Pier is one of the best night surfing places in the world due to its pier lighting, and the direction it faces to the incoming ocean swells. It use to be actually a lot better in the old days because the lights were much brighter reaching white, then changed to that darker amber color, they’re now back to white but I think “LED’s” which are very bright to look at but do not put out much light to reach the water to see as clearly I think. If you notice in this video the pier lights were turned off just before, so those surfer guys had it very dark out there for awhile with no moon! Thanks a bunch for watching and if you like visit my home YouTube Channel: “henryssurfshowcase” for more surfing and beach related videos Subscibe by hitting the red button to receive a notification will the are uploaded! Here’s a link in blue to my main page.. https://www.youtube.com/user/surfingsoutherncalif
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Margaret River Senior High School has taken out the 2020 Surfing WA School Surfing Titles at Trigg Beach in Western Australia.
The event concluded with a bang as students from 20 separate regional and metropolitan high schools battled tricky and wind-swept waves.
After ten qualifying events were held throughout Western Australia over the past month, the best of the best surfing schools in WA were on show.
Over 120 boys and girls hit the water in surfing and bodyboarding teams to see who would be crowned WA’s champion surfing school for 2020.
Margaret River Senior High School continued their impressive winning streak at the School Surfing Titles, claiming a record-breaking 15th consecutive champion school victory.
Margaret River’s depth of talent was on display as they ran away with five of the eight divisional wins.
The SunSmart WA School Surfing Titles provides a unique stepping stone for secondary students to reach the pinnacle of the sport for their age group, the Surf Dive ‘N Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles.
For surfers, a win at Trigg would guarantee them a spot into the National Titles and the chance to compete against the best surfing schools from across the country.
Margaret River SHS dominated the hotly contested Senior Boys Surfing final, with an inspired performance from Gracetown duo Jed Gradisen and George Simpson.
Despite the best efforts of their Margaret River SHS classmates, Solomon Pogue-Englert and Jack Mitchell, it was an exciting and powerful display from Gradisen and Simpson that saw them take the victory.
“We’ve had a blast, and despite the conditions this arvo, it’s been an awesome day, said George Simpson.
“Big thanks to Mr. Sluiter and Mr. McTaggart for all their hard work and coaching they provide the whole team.”
Sophie Butcher and Mylee Grant from Nagle Catholic College in Geraldton won the Senior Girls Surfing final, defeating Milla Clifford and Mischa Edwards from Margaret River SHS.
“We’ve been competing together for four years, and we simply love this event,” said Butcher.
“We finished second last year to the girls from Margaret River, and it feels so good to go one better this year with Mylee.”
Brock Launders and Macklin Flynn kept the momentum rolling for Margaret River SHS, taking out the Junior Boys surfing division from Otis North and Maverick Wilson from St Mary Mackillop College in Busselton.
In one of the best matchup’s of the day, all four surfers performed strongly and scored highly.
“Otis and Maverick both surf so well we weren’t taking them lightly,” said Launders.
“It’s been a great day and well done to my teammate Macklin on helping us secured the win.”
Zali Hewson and Willow Hardy from Margaret River SHS are the reigning Junior Girls Surfing National Champions, and they proved why with a flashy performance in marginal afternoon waves.
Hewson and Hardy took down schoolmates Ruby Berry and Lilli Cox in the final.
“These events are always so much fun,” said Hewson. “Thanks to all the girls who competed today and pushed Willow and all the way.”
In other results, Sacred Heart College’s Jack Mickle and Andrew Browning won the Senior Boys Bodyboarding final, taking down Luke Gibson and Christy Black from Duncraig SHS.
Quinn’s Baptist College made a noticeable improvement in 2020, reaching multiple finals.
Quinn’s won the Senior Girls Bodyboarding final with Ebony Schell and Eleanor Riley powering ahead of Lilli Cox and Willow Hardy from Margaret River SHS.
Margaret River SHS won the Junior Boys Bodyboarding division, with Matt Jordi and Holden Ross claiming back-to-back wins over Riley Schell and John Salmon from Quinn’s Baptist College.
Lilla Grace-Howarth and Kaleisha Launders notched up Margaret River’s final win in the Junior Girls bodyboard division, with Ella Vullinovich and Lyla Macpherson from Newman College finishing in second place.
2020 SunSmart WA School Surfing Titles | Champions
School Results 1. Margaret River Senior High 2. Quinn’s Baptist College 3. Sacred Heart & Nagle Catholic College 4. Duncraig SHS, St Mary Mackillop College, Newman College
Senior Boys Surfing Champion School: Margaret River SHS 1 (Jed Gradisen & George Simpson): 28.5
With just the first WSL Countdown event of the year and we already have another chapter in the Filipe Toledo, Kanoa Igarashi rivalry! The Finals of the Rumble featured Coco Ho & Filipe Toledo vs Tati Weston-Webb & Kanoa Igarashi. ***SPOILER ALERT*** With explosive turns and aerial maneuvers, Filipe Toledo led his team to the finals victory with the highest wave score of the event, a 9.67.
For More Check-Out: Take The First Look At Surfing’s Return As Teams Prepare To Rumble!! w/ Kelly Slater, Kanoa Igarashi – https://youtu.be/wEF-rXU27e8
The Best of Kanoa Igarashi… SO FAR! – WSL Highlights – https://youtu.be/RfzRkyozTmw
Kanoa Igarashi VS Filipe Toledo, Both Riding Sharp Eye Surfboards @ the ’19 Rio Pro FULL HEAT REPLAY – https://youtu.be/aQ4DhTEiKvY
The Surfboard That Changed Kanoa Igarashi’s Life; Switching to Sharp Eye Surfboards | The Lineup – https://youtu.be/skfV3mUZMlA
FILIPE TOLEDO Battles KELLY SLATER the GOAT @ the 2019 Corona Protected FULL HEAT REPLAY – https://youtu.be/qeaVqXUhGeY
All the Best Surfing 2019 Freshwater Pro ft Gabriel Medina, Kelly Slater, Carissa Moore, Jordy Smith – https://youtu.be/-PayrdtHKfo
The Best of Filipe Toledo at the Surf Ranch! – https://youtu.be/hhCKeVRqL5g
THE BEST OF THE BEST IN SLATER’S POOL!!!! 2018 Surf Ranch Pro Highlights ft Medina, Toledo, Carissa – https://youtu.be/BPqzV6Ghmoo
Sound Waves: Kelly Slater, Surf Ranch – https://youtu.be/KMa4Ty4YZ8U
Take A Tour Of Filipe Toledo’s Home In San Clemente | LAWN PATROL – https://youtu.be/UBWmtszcIR8
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