Who will take the 2016 Billabong Pipeline Masters?

The 2016 Billabong Pipeline Masters in Memory of Andy Irons is ready to ignite the North Shore of Oahu, in Hawaii, from December 8th-20. It’s easy to understand why a long surfing season always ends in Pipeline. The last gem of the Triple Crown of Surfing truly is a gift of nature. Although pretty much predictable, Pipeline is not a forgiving wave. And no matter how many times you surf it, there will always be new, uncharted territory to explore.

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Donald Trump drops his Irish Wall

Donald Trump will no longer build a massive three-kilometer seawall at Doughmore Beach, in Ireland. The businessman and US president-elect dropped the plan to erect a 15-foot tall wall with 200,000 tons of rock in a sensitive sand dune system. The goal was to protect his Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg from the effects of climate change. Ironically, in the past, Donald Trump declared global warming a “hoax.”

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Adaptive surfers compete for world titles in La Jolla

The world’s best adaptive surfers will compete for gold, silver, bronze, and copper medals at La Jolla Shores Beach, in California, from December 8th-11th. The second edition of the ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship will crown world champions across six divisions: AS-1 and AS-2 (stand/kneel)), visually impaired, upright, prone, and assist. The Paralympic-style competition features national surfing teams of up to eight members battling for glory. The event will showcase 77 athletes from 21 countries.

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