1. The Philosophy of Surfing – Fun!
2. Finding the Right Surfboard for you
3. Finding the perfect Beginner Surf Spot
4. The Surfing Popup
5. Riding Prone
6. Standing Up on your first wave
7. Getting Out
8. Catching the First Wave on your own
9. The Paddling Techniques
10. About Surf Wax
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Bay of Life, The only accredited Surf School in Tamil Nadu.
SURFING COMPETITIONS IN INDIA
The Indian Open Surfing or National Surfing Championship is the premier surf competition of India. It is recognized by the International Surfing Association, the global body that governs the sport. All surf competitions are held in India are organised in part by the Surfing Federation of India. Competitions in general start first in the West Coast at Mangalore.
Known for its pretty beaches and amazing food, Puducherry has also started attracting surfers to compete in the competition. The surf open is held for 2 days and is visited by a lot of tourists as well. For the competitors, identifying differences in the beach and surf conditions is easily observable. Every different surf location brings it’s own challenges and the participants prepare themselves for that.
Listed as a “World Heritage Site”, the Shore Temple at Mahabalipuram is a sight to behold. Surfing next to it is an even better experience. Point Break participants are in for a treat as they can surf in a serene environment packed with amazing waves during the competition. Mahabalipuram has some of the best waves in India.
The Covelong Surf Open is held at Covelong Beach, Kovalam, Tamil Nadu. It is currently the biggest surf competition in India. Starting off in 2013 to promote surfing amongst the fishing community in Kovalam, this competition now draws people from all over the world regularly.by the Surfing Federation of India