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Voice of America 11 Sep 2019

Adventure-Loving Dogs Learn to Surf in California


Surfing is an ancient Polynesian art that became a craze in the U.S. and Australia in the 1950s. In the U.S., California, and Hawaii were ground zero for surf culture, and surf-based movies and music are still a thing. And these days, people aren't the only ones surfing. Khrystyna Shevchenko visited a unique surfing school. Anna Rice narrates her story.

The 14th Annual Dog Surf-A-Thon took place in Del Mar Beach with over 70 canines hitting the waves. The dogs were based on performance as well as costume with 100 percent of the proceeds going to help orphan pets. In the MLS, the Colorado Rapids defeated the LA Galaxy 2-1 in a Western Conference showdown. The Galaxy remain one point out of the playoffs behind FC Dallas. The California state Senate unanimously approved a bill that would allow college athletes to profit off their image, likeness and name. RT America's Steve Christakos reports.

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