Surfers Hall of Fame Inducts 3 Surfers on FRIDAY, JULY 26, 2013, 10 a.m. Free
The Surfers’ Hall of Fame on Friday, July 26 at 10 a.m. in front of Huntington Surf & Sport. hsssurf.com/shof/
The Surfers’ Hall of Fame induction ceremony pays tribute to those individuals who have made a significant impact on the sport, industry and culture of surfing.
The nation’s first imprint collection of legendary surfers, the Surfers’ Hall of Fame celebrated its first induction in 1997 inside of specialty retailer Huntington Surf & Sport where several slabs remain.
The Surfers’ Hall of Fame induction ceremony is open to the public, free-of-charge. Limited seating and plenty of standing room available.
Skip Frye, Rick Fignetti and Shane Dorian are being inducted into the
Surfers' Hall of Fame
Skip Frye: Skip Frye was born in 1941 and began surfing at age 16 after moving with his family to the north San Diego suburb of Pacific Beach.
Rick “Rockin Fig” Fignetti: For more than 20 years, the name Rockin Fig has been synonymous with surfing and Huntington Beach. From his lengthy stint on KROQ FM
Shane Dorian: A fearless surfer from Hawaii’s Big Island, Shane’s lengthy resume of accomplishments includes costarring in the 1998 big-wave melodrama In God’s Hands, winning the 1999 Rip Curl Bells and 2000 Billabong Pro Mundaka World Tour events, and a top 5 ASP ranking in 2000.
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