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Hawaiian surfer Shane Dorian (Kona, Hawaii, USA) has walked away with one of the sport's most-prized accolades, the 40 year old winning the Ride of the Year award at the annual Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards ceremony, held at The Grove theatre in Anaheim, California last night. Dorian received...
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The nominees have just been announced for the 2013 Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards presented by Pacifico, and it's going to be another amazing year for surfing as the sport's best continue to smash...
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  Shane Dorian, Benjamin Sanchis & Eric Rebiere paddle big Nazare, Portugal Words by Ben Mondy “I caught one wave that was pretty memorable. It was one of those big wedgy ones and I was...
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With the peak window of high surf activity in the Northern Hemisphere just starting its annual roll, the 2011 Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards presented by Monster Energy is already chock full of...
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Shawn Dollar Breaks Biggest Paddle-in Wave Record German Surfer Sebastian Steudtner Wins Biggest Wave; South African Grant “Twiggy” Baker Claims Ride of the Year Aussie wins Wipeout of the Year...
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BILLABONG XXL BIG WAVE AWARDS SURGE TOWARD FRIDAY NIGHT'S CLIMAX IN ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA; TENTH ANNUAL EVENT FEATURES GREATEST RIDES OF YEAR, $130,000 IN PRIZES AND LIVE WEBCASTNEWPORT BEACH, CA...
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Billabong team riders Keala Kennelly and Maya Gabeira were named as nominees for XXL Awards. According to event rules, the winner of the Girls Performance Award awards will be won by the surfer who...
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The Biggest Waves and Best Rides from Around the World Vie for $130,000 as Surfing's Top Big Wave Event Prepares for Annual Awards Ceremony on April 23NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (APRIL 2, 2010) -- The...
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NINTH-ANNUAL AWARDS NIGHT GALA SET FOR APRIL 17, 2009 IN ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIANEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (March 11, 2009) -- With only days remaining in the annual event cycle, new entries continue to arrive...
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