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Synopsis:

Former World Champion Nat Young brings surf fans a stunning color history that is easily the most authoritative book ever written on the sport. Young traces the surfing's development, from its origins among Hawaiian kings riding heavy wooden boards to current professionals shooting the pipe on space-age polymers. Spectacular color photographs leap from every page, complementing equally colorful biographies of some of the surfing's most remarkable — and eccentric — pioneers. A special feature includes never-before-published photographs from competitive surfing's early days in Hawaii and Australia.

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ISBN:
9780959181647
Author:
Young, Nat
Author:
Holmes, Rod
Author:
McGregor, Craig
Publisher:
Palm Beach Press (AU)
Location:
Angourie, NSW, Australia
Subject:
History
Subject:
Water Sports
Subject:
Surfing
Copyright:
Edition Number:
Rev. ed.
Edition Description:
Rev
Series Volume:
WRP-DE-9
Publication Date:
1994
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
222 p.
Dimensions:
12.24x8.89x.53 in. 2.16 lbs.

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Product details 222 p. pages Palm Beach Press (AU) - English 9780959181647 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Former World Champion Nat Young brings surf fans a stunning color history that is easily the most authoritative book ever written on the sport. Young traces the surfing's development, from its origins among Hawaiian kings riding heavy wooden boards to current professionals shooting the pipe on space-age polymers. Spectacular color photographs leap from every page, complementing equally colorful biographies of some of the surfing's most remarkable — and eccentric — pioneers. A special feature includes never-before-published photographs from competitive surfing's early days in Hawaii and Australia.
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