Small Waves, Big Fun at the Malibu Surf Classic

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A Seea family photo in the VW tent. 
It was a gorgeous sunny day in Malibu last Friday for the Malibu Surf Classic Women's Logger Open event, presented by Seea and Bing Surfboards. The water was refreshingly warm enough to surf in a bikini (under their jerseys) and the Seea crew camped out under a cluster of umbrellas to cheer on the competing ladies.

Even though the waves were micro-size, all the participants made the best of it and impressed us with their quick cross-stepping on the white ripples. Thanks to everyone who came out to support and congratulations to Lola Mignot (read all about her in the next post, here) for placing Third in the finals of the Women's Logger Open!

The Seea VW tent and our spot on the sand at famous Malibu Surfrider Beach. 

Amy Lowry and Jenayl Peters before their heat.

Shakas from Makala Smith.

And they are off! 

We stayed cool in the hot sun under umbrellas. 

We got to meet Kathy Kohner Zuckerman, the real live Gidget! Kathy's dad wrote the 1959 movie, "Gidget" based on her diary about hanging out at the Malibu pier and learning to surf with the guys. 

Surfboard shaper extraordinare and musician, Ashley Lloyd showed us her band merch stored in an awesome vintage suitcase.

The rad hat pack. From left, Bing Surfboards' Margaret Yao Calvani; Ashley Lloyd and Amanda Chinchelli.

Go Lola! Just before the finals. 

Lola wearing the Tourmaline under her jersey for her heat in the finals. 

Congrats to all the ladies who made the finals and to first place winner Jen Smith who took home prizes of a Seea neoprene suit and a Bing Dharma surfboard! 

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