Surfing World | Issue 423

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Surfing World issue 423 leads off with a 50-page tribute to surfing icon, Mark Occhilupo. To mark the 25th anniversary of Occy’s world title, we tell one of surfing’s greatest comeback stories, from the world title he should have won as a 17-year-old in 1984, to the title he finally won in 1999, from his lowest points to his highest. It’s a sprawling gutter to the star 20,000-word bio-epic, written by Sean Doherty. SW423 also features a celebration of the resurgent independent spirit of surfing and the end of ‘Big Surf’. We chat to Molly Picklum about the day women’s surfing changed, we talk with Emi Erickson and Beau Foster, and we have an exclusive, personal account of Kelly Slater’s final Bells Beach Easter event after 32 years. At 180 pages, Surfing World is the oldest, deepest surfing magazine in the world, proudly published independently.

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Surfing World issue 423 leads off with a 50-page tribute to surfing icon, Mark Occhilupo. To mark the 25th anniversary of Occy’s world title, we tell one of surfing’s greatest comeback stories, from the world title he should have won as a 17-year-old in 1984, to the title he finally won in 1999, from his lowest points to his highest.

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Weight32 oz
Dimensions30.5 × 23 × 2 cm

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