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The Ripple Effect: Cooly Kids

by on Friday 11th July, 2014   26889 Visits   Comments


Five thousand. That’s the population of Coolangatta, Australia. Yet someway, somehow, this tiny town has produced more surfing world champions than anywhere else in the world.

A lot of that has to do with the local wave. You may have heard of it – it’s called the Superbank. But in The Ripple Effect, we learn that the history of the Coolangatta Kids runs a whole lot deeper than the world’s most famous sandbar.

 

 

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