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    to make changes of their own. Bethany Hamilton is an example of dealing with change in an optimistic way. In October 2003, Bethany was attacked by a shark while out surfing in Tunnels beach, Hawaii. Without warning, a Tiger shark attacked her surfboard, dragging her back and forth and then disappearing into the ocean. Bethany was able to compose herself to use her right arm to swim back to the shore. She was later taken to hospital with severe injuries, where her left arm was amputated. She came

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    Surfing

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    respect for the surfers of California, Hawaii, Polynesia, and Samoa. How could I not have respect when they’re continually risking their lives through riptides pulling them out to the ocean and drowning them, or getting eaten or torn away from their surfboards by the jaws of a waiting shark? It’s inspiring to see surfers that recover from shark attacks or near-death experiences in the water return to their sport that they love so much and have so much passion for. When a dancer has such emotion in their

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    Surfing Surfing History

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    He also would make and sell surfboards along the beach. When he was in his late teens he saw professional swimmers in Hawaii with their swim coach. The swim coach recognised his natural ability. The swim coach timed him in the 100 meter freestyle and could not believe what he saw, Duke

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    History of Surfing

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    submerged surface. People can surf with just their body, this is called body surfing, or by lying, kneeling, or standing on a surfboard. Equipment Used - The Surfboard Modern surfboards are constructed of a plastic foam core that can be shaped by hand or machine, then covered with a shell of fiberglass and resin. Personal boards can vary in dimensions. The high performance surfboards used by top professional competitors are about 6 to 6.5 feet long, and 18.5 inches wide, less than 2.5 inches thick, and

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    Sun, Sand, Sea, Magic

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    sunlight reflecting off the surfaces of the water, as you glide effortlessly on your surfboard. The frothy cool foam of the sea, licking at your heels as you surf down the face of the swelling wave. The thrill and excitement of surfing isn’t easily described in words, its something to be experienced. With the proper equipment and learning some simple techniques anyone can learn to surf. Choosing a proper surfboard can be a daunting task. They come in such a wide variety of shapes and sizes it can

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    Essay About Surfing

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    wave may be ridden with a board or it may be without the board, irrespective of the stance used. The natives in Pacific surfed waves on paipo, alaia on keens and bellies. Types of Surfing In today’s world surfing refers to a surfer standing up on a surfboard and is also called the stand up surfing. Paddle boarding is a kind of stand-up surfing. Body boarding is another form of surfing today very prominent in the ocean. The other varieties include surf matting, knee boarding, and foils. Body surfing refers

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    problems in different ways, which contributes heavily to well balanced team work. The project will consist of a marketing report and a financial report on the product currently known as “E-Jet”. The main function of this product is the creation of a surfboard that is not restricted by the weather and as such runs on electricity. The product is available in different light weight material... ... middle of paper ... ...ages of E-jet products, the target group, how to generate awareness of its existence

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    Only a Surfer Knows the Feeling There is a guy from Hawaii that I know. Every day, he wakes up, straps his surfboards to the racks on top of his car, drives his car from a town called Ewa, across the island of Oahu, to a little beach known as Ala Moana Beach Park. He does all of this even before the sun comes up. He spends a few minutes just looking at the ocean, watching and surveying the waves and how they break. As soon as the sun makes its first peek over the horizon, he grabs a board, waxes

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    Make a Wave

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    this of saltwater in her veins there was no way that she would let the loss of a limb stop her from getting back on the waves. On October 31, 2003, Bethany Hamilton went to the ocean with her friend to surf. It was 6:40 a.m. when she got on her surfboard. At this time Bethany was 13 years of age. When she was surfing a shark came towards her and all she felt was a tug on her arm. “The shark shook his head back and forth, punching a hole in the board and severing Bethany’s arm just past the shoulder”

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    Our fear is the thing that will let us be stronger and let us persevere. That fear will push us on to do greater things in our lives and it might test our limits at times but if we have that courage to let us overcome that fear then we will become the man/woman that people ideal and strive to be but everyone has fear even fireman, policemen, or even soldiers. We all have fear we just need to have the courage to persevere through it. That is what I think when I hear courage or perseverance. My name

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