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Surfing Magazine

Surfing Magazine
Categories Sports magazine
Frequency monthly
Total circulation
(December 2011)
First issue December 1964 (1964-December)
Company Source Interlink Media
Country  United States
Based in San Clemente, California
Language English
Website .com.surfingthemagwww
ISSN 0194-9314

Founded in December 1964, Surfing Magazine is a magazine originally published by [3] Editorial, production, and ad sales function remain in San Clemente, California, close to the same neighborhood when the publication was founded nearly 50 years ago. It is published monthly.

Surfing Magazine is the official magazine for Vans Triple Crown of Surfing and the National Scholastic Surfing Association. Many popular features include Annual Green Issue and Annual Swimsuit Issue, Shaper of the Year, and International Surfing Day.[4]


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  2. ^ Source Interlink Companies, Inc. profile and media properties - American media companies at
  3. ^ Primedia Inc. profile and media properties - American media companies at
  4. ^ SURFING Magazine Announces Carbon Neutrality |'s Profile | | Free Online Community

External links

  • Official Surfing Magazine Website
  • NSSA Website
  • Triple Crown of Surfing
  • Source Interlink Media Website
  • Italy Surfing guide and news

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