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Who were the pioneers of surfing?


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2013-09-16 05:28:08
2013-09-16 05:28:08

Steven Hudson is widely regarded to be the first ever man to surf in Bridgend in the Logica car park.

Hobie Alter was the first person to make a surfboard from a polyurethane foam blank.

Samoans and Tongans, and then the Polynesians, were the first to ride waves. Mark Twain reported that when he went to Polynesia in 1866, he saw people "surf-bathing."

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