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Flagler Beach’s Haley Watson and Eric Worley Win 2012 Easterns Surfing Championships

| September 19, 2012

Flagler Beach’s Haley Watson and Eric Worley took first place in both their divisions at the 2012 Easterns Surfing Championships in Nags Head, on North carolina’s Outer Banks, on Tuesday.

Swell of Surfers Beats Back Flagler Beach Bid to Broaden Pier’s No-Go Zone, For Now

| October 27, 2011

Flagler Beach’s proposal to double the no-surf zone to 300 feet around the Flagler Beach pier petered out before it was considered, with a caveat: commissioners want more self-policing from surfers, or else.

300-Ft. No-Surf Zone Plan Around Flagler Beach Pier Has Surfers Angling for Battle

| October 24, 2011

A season rich in storms, good waves and good fishing resulted in renewed clashes between fishermen and surfers around the Flagler Beach pier, and the latest proposal to extend the no-surf zone around it, priming angers before Thursday’s Flagler Beach City Commission meeting.

Move Over, Men: Flagler Beach Rides Roiling Surge in Women’s Surfing

| June 3, 2011

Since Frieda Zamba won her four world championship in the 1980s, women’s surfing has surged in popularity, with ripples down the shores of Flagler Beach. A video report from Charlotte Marten.

Tommy Tant Legacies: 3 Decades of Surfing Flagler Beach’s Sands, Surf and Streets

| November 7, 2010

Ben Lacy, who grew up surfing with Tommy Tant in Flagler Beach, recalls three decades of the town town’s surfing culture and how it has managed to maintain its charms through the changes, even on the waves.

Tommy Tant Classic Surfing the Weekend As Palm Coast Crashes In With Its Own Festival

| November 3, 2010

Now in its 11th year, the Tommy Tant Memorial Surf Classic will be a three-day event, including a food festival by the sea, a concert and two days of amateur and professional surfing competition.

Alan Forehand’s Surfing Bravery

| April 24, 2010

At 15, surfer Alan Forehand is already one up on most 15 year olds with a thing for saving lives. Flagler Beach just recognized him for for rescuing a stranded surfer 300 yards off shore on a blustery late-winter day.

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