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Makin’ waves

Industry hopes surf parks will expand sport
A surfer rides the machine-made wave at Wavehouse San Diego. Surf parks could open up the sport to large new markets far from coastlines.
Sammantha Aker of Huntington Beach, Calif., rides a machine-made wave at Wavehouse San Diego. Industry officials say surf parks could create a standardized way to train and gain surfing a place in the Olympics.
To be profitable, surf parks need to be the centerpiece of a larger development in a large population center, says Tom Lochtefeld, owner of Wave Loch, a wave technology company.
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Surf Park Central: www.surfparkcentral.com
Surf Park Summit: www.surfparksummit.com

Makin’ waves

A surfer rides the machine-made wave at Wavehouse San Diego. Surf parks could open up the sport to large new markets far from coastlines.
Sammantha Aker of Huntington Beach, Calif., rides a machine-made wave at Wavehouse San Diego. Industry officials say surf parks could create a standardized way to train and gain surfing a place in the Olympics.
To be profitable, surf parks need to be the centerpiece of a larger development in a large population center, says Tom Lochtefeld, owner of Wave Loch, a wave technology company.
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