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Malibu's Soleil Errico just won the 2018 WSL Womens Longboard Championship at the Taiwan Open Of Surf.

Sale over at Vintage Surf Art
When you post photos like this one to your Instagram, what else are surfers gonnna say...

It's Wednesday, so here's some recent Wipeout photos from the local spots.                                                                                        

It's Wednesday, so here's some new Wipeout photos from the local spots. These were shot by Six12 Media.

      We post new sets of wipeout photos every Wednesday (more or less).   Click: Wednesday Wipeouts to check out the previous Wipeout Wednesday photo sets.   

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High surf will pound Southern California from Tuesday through Friday, and rain is forecast Wednesday and Thursday, raising the threat of rockslides and mudslides in areas of L.A. and Ventura counties recently denuded by wildfire, the National Weather Service said Monday.

A beach hazard statement, which is slightly less serious than a high surf advisory, will be in force along the L.A. and Orange County coasts from Tuesday afternoon through Friday evening, according to the NWS.

"A strong storm system in the Gulf of Alaska has begun to generate a long period large groundswell that will approach the Central Coast of California by Tuesday afternoon," according to an NWS statement. "There will be enough of a westerly component to filter into the Southern California Bight" -- the coastline from Point Conception to San Diego -- "late Tuesday afternoon or evening, bringing the potential for high surf to most west- to northwest-facing beaches from San Luis Obispo to Los Angeles Counties, including the west-facing side of Santa Catalina Island."

In Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties ... breakers will range from 6 to 12 feet with long-period swells from late Tuesday afternoon or evening through Friday evening, NWS forecasters said, adding that the peak time for the highest surf should occur Wednesday morning through Thursday morning.In Orange County, surf of 5 to 8 feet is expected.

These conditions are potentially perilous, according to the NWS.

Here's just a few of the photos from Sunday morning at the Venice Pier. These were shot by Six12 Media. These are just some of the photos from this session. If you were out there, you probably got some surfing shots in the complete photo galleries, check them out, the links are down below.

You can find over 100 more photos from this session, all full size and in high-resolution, in these photo galleries:

Venice Pier - Sunday 11-25-2018 - Photo Gallery #1
Venice Pier - Sunday 11-25-2018 - Photo Gallery #2

If you were out there, we probably got some cool surfing shots of you, go check them out!

Wanna see photos from previous days at this and other local surf spots?
Click Surf Spot Galleries and look for the spot and then the date.

This Saturday, Dec 1st, join Surfrider LA and our friends at Summer Fridays for a Saturday afternoon beach cleanup at Bay Street in Santa Monica. Regardless of where in LA you live, we've all been affected by the recent fires in Malibu and it's a great time to get involved with your community and surround yourself with ocean-loving friends.


After the cleanup will head up the street for a Oaxacan Happy Hour at El Texate, one of our favorite Ocean Friendly Restaurants. Come clean the beach as the sun goes down and join us for food and drink after. It's a good time to be together.