Surfing World Magazine: Issue 378

29 Sep 2016 0

SURFING WORLD MAGAZINE DIGITAL EDITION

ISSUE 378 - MIDGET 1944-2016

Inside this issue:

  • Farewell To An Australian Legend - Mick Fanning introduces the Midget Farrelly special edition followed by a collection of stories and tributes to the first world surfing champion.
  • Willy & Gabs' Excellent Adventure - CIt's becoming increasingly likely that Matt Wilkinson and Gabriel Medina will face-off for the World Title this year. The two friends took a break from the tour to discuss how they'd be about crushing each other's dreams.

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