Surfers compete in indoor surfing competition


OFFICERS SAY HE’S IN STABLE CONDITION AT CHESHIRE MEDICAL CENTER. YOUNG SURFERS AGES TEN TO EIGHTEEN BROUGHT THEIR BOARDS INSIDE TODAY FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL ESA INDOOR SURFING CHAMPIONSHIP. THE COMPETITION TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE INDOOR SURFING FACILITY AT SURFS UP IN NASHUA. THE WAVE MACHINE PROVIDED A UNIQUE CHALLENGE FOR THE RIDERS WHO USUALLY COMPETE OUTSIDE. BUT THEY SAY IT WAS A FUN AND THEY WERE THRILLED TO BE CATCHING WAVES LATE IN NOVEMBER. LARS HAMILTON: IT’S REALLY AWESOME ON A COLD WINTER DAY TO JUST GET OVER HERE AND WET IN THE WAVE POOL AND IT’S A GREAT WAY TO CROSS TRAIN FOR SURFING. IT DOESN’T FEEL LIKE A COMPETITION AT ALL. IT JUST FEEL LIKE WERE A BUNCH OF FRIENDS THAT WE JUST MET THOUGH JUST HANGING AND HAVING FUN. STEPHANIE: WINNERS IN EACH AGE GROUP WALK AWAY WITH SOME HARDWARE AND POINTS TOWARDS

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