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Surfing Canada style

Noah Wegrich of Santa Cruz, competes in the men's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Wegrich won the event finishing ahead of Peter Devries of Canada. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Noah Wegrich of Santa Cruz, competes in the men's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Wegrich won the event finishing ahead of Peter Devries of Canada. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Noah Wegrich of Santa Cruz, competes in the men's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Wegrich won the event finishing ahead of Peter Devries of Canada. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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A girls rides a training surf board in front of a VolksWagon van tent during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

A girls rides a training surf board in front of a VolksWagon van tent during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

A girls rides a training surf board in front of a VolksWagon van tent during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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John Williams rides his bike while carrying a surfboard during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

John Williams rides his bike while carrying a surfboard during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

John Williams rides his bike while carrying a surfboard during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Reed Platenious holds surfer Ben Murphy's board during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Reed Platenious holds surfer Ben Murphy's board during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Reed Platenious holds surfer Ben Murphy's board during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Dane Anderson of Santa Cruz, waxes his surf board ahead of the men's pro/am semi final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015.  REUTERS/Kevin Light

Dane Anderson of Santa Cruz, waxes his surf board ahead of the men's pro/am semi final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Dane Anderson of Santa Cruz, waxes his surf board ahead of the men's pro/am semi final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino B.C. stretches prior to the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Olin finished first with a score of 15.20 advancing to the final. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino B.C. stretches prior to the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Olin finished first with a score of 15.20 advancing to the final....more

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino B.C. stretches prior to the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Olin finished first with a score of 15.20 advancing to the final. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Sara Taylor of Santa Cruz, competes in the women's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Taylor finished first in the event ahead of Canadian Mathea Olin. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Sara Taylor of Santa Cruz, competes in the women's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Taylor finished first in the event ahead of Canadian Mathea Olin. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Sara Taylor of Santa Cruz, competes in the women's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. Taylor finished first in the event ahead of Canadian Mathea Olin. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Bracken Hanke (L) Colette Bridgwater (C) and Maya Delen (R) play jump rope with a piece of kelp during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Bracken Hanke (L) Colette Bridgwater (C) and Maya Delen (R) play jump rope with a piece of kelp during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Bracken Hanke (L) Colette Bridgwater (C) and Maya Delen (R) play jump rope with a piece of kelp during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino competes in the women's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015.  REUTERS/Kevin Light

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino competes in the women's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino competes in the women's pro/am final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators watch the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Steph Wightman competes in the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Steph Wightman competes in the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Steph Wightman competes in the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Hanna Scott looks out over Cox Bay after being eliminated from competition during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Hanna Scott looks out over Cox Bay after being eliminated from competition during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Hanna Scott looks out over Cox Bay after being eliminated from competition during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Ben Murphy walks back to the beach following his men's 35+ semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Ben Murphy walks back to the beach following his men's 35+ semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Ben Murphy walks back to the beach following his men's 35+ semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Sara Taylor completes a round house during the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Sara Taylor completes a round house during the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Sara Taylor completes a round house during the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Spectators line Cox Bay during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators line Cox Bay during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Spectators line Cox Bay during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino competes in the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015.  REUTERS/Kevin Light

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino competes in the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino competes in the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Gutemberg Da Cunha carries his boards back to the beach following the semi-final of the men's Masters 35+ at the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Gutemberg Da Cunha carries his boards back to the beach following the semi-final of the men's Masters 35+ at the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Gutemberg Da Cunha carries his boards back to the beach following the semi-final of the men's Masters 35+ at the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino waits to enter the water prior to the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino waits to enter the water prior to the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light

Eleven year-old Mathea Olin of Tofino waits to enter the water prior to the women's pro/am semi-final during the Canadian Surf Championship in Tofino, British Columbia May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Light
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