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Viewfinder: Surfing for Sport in Cornwall

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People gather on Fistral beach as surfers compete in a heat of the World Surf League Boardmasters Quicksilver Open at the annual Boardmasters festival on August 9th, 2017, in Cornwall, England. Since 1981, the Boardmasters surfing competition has been held in Newquay and is now part of a larger five-day surf, skate, and music festival. It attracts professional surfers from across the globe to compete on the Cornish beach that is seen by many as the birthplace of modern British surfing.

People gather on Fistral beach as surfers compete in a heat of the World Surf League Boardmasters Quicksilver Open at the annual Boardmasters festival on August 9th, 2017, in Cornwall, England. Since 1981, the Boardmasters surfing competition has been held in Newquay and is now part of a larger five-day surf, skate, and music festival. It attracts professional surfers from across the globe to compete on the Cornish beach that is seen by many as the birthplace of modern British surfing.

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