Men Who Ride Mountains at Mavericks
SXP99021703 - 17 FEBRUARY 1999 - HALF MOON BAY, CALIFORNIA, USA: Two unidentified surfers race down a wave February 17. The first big wave surfing contest on the continental US, "Men Who Ride Mountains," brought world class surfers to Mavericks off the coast here. ts/Terry Schmitt UPI
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