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The End Of The World As We Know It

It’s less than sixty days until the prophesised end of the world, so what you are you going to do? Are you going to spend it with your loved ones? Are you going to party, run wild, live fast and accept that your time has come? Are you going to rob a bank, unleash anarchy […]

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Video of the Week – Bondi’s Responsible Runners

Responsible Runners – Cleaning up Bondi Beach – 4 Nov 2012 from 3DOTS STUDIO on Vimeo. This may not be the best video but the idea behind it is outstanding. I’ve had a couple of emails from the guys behind Responsible Runners and I’ve been waiting for my chance to give them a bit of […]

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Breaking A Long Standing Union

I have always been a follower of rugby union. From my prep schools days at Tudor House, through senior school at Cranbrook, onto my Sydney University years and beyond, my passion for the game they play in heaven has been one of the few constants in my life. Lately, however, I have been feeling a […]

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Photo: Dan Trotter

Salmon And Tailor A Dinner Time Treat

What an awesome autumn: sunny days with crystal clear skies and the warm water is still lapping the shores of our favourite beaches as I write in early May. And for those of you able to set work and life’s demands aside for a day or a week, the fishing has been pretty good too. […]

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Photo: Grant Brooks

Winter Swimming Making Waves

Outdoor swimming in winter is a pretty extreme form of exercise. We don’t setup our treadmills in saunas during the summer, so why swap the trackies for Speedos in winter? To many it seems like the hobby of a madman, but adrenaline junkies often do crazy things when on the hunt for their next endorphin […]

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Photo: Dan Trotter

It’s Tuna Time!

As this Indian summer dwindles into a perfect autumn, life in the ocean undergoes a change in seasons too. The all important water temperature cools and with it the composition of species active on our watery doorstep also transitions. The mighty tuna species will soon begin to make their presence felt far out to sea. […]

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Photo: Brad Malyon

Frother of the Month – Byron Whelan

One of Frothers’ newest mates, Maroubra surfer Byron Whelan, provides a window into his world of early morning waves, ocean swims and his recent surfing trip to Micronesia’s perfect Caroline Islands… Name: Byron Whelan Age: 37 Place of birth: Sydney Local break: Maroubra Board shaper / dimensions: Greg Webber – 6’3″, 19 1/8″, 2 3/8″ […]

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Photo: Hakan Saglam

Maydad Fights (And Wins) Against The Odds

Against all odds, despite numerous injuries and after 21 years in retirement, Bondi’s Maydad Ronen recently made the comeback of all comebacks when he won the UBC Featherweight Master’s Title. At 42 years of age, Ronen proved that anything is possible when he stepped back into the ring for first time in over two decades. […]

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Autumn – The Pick Of The Seasons

“For the supreme test of a fisherman is not how many fish he has caught, not even how he has caught them, but what he has caught when he has caught no fish” – John H Bradley (1898-1962) With the thoughts of winter not too far away, and the best fishing ‘our patch’ has to […]

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Photo: Brad Malyon

Frother of the Month – Pama Davies

April’s Frother Of The Month, Pama Davies, is a cool kid with loads of potential and a great head of hair… Name: Pamatatau (Pama) Davies Age: 16 Local Break: Bondi south end Board Shaper/Dimensions: Andrew Harris radical boards, 5’11” x 18 ¼” x 2 ¼” rounded pins What is the best thing about surfing at […]

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