Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tales From The Inbox - April 14, 2009



Another day and another inbox full of interesting news items and events from all over the world!

They Will Surf Again
: Life Rolls On has scheduled ten They Will Surf Again events for 2009:

TWSA #22 - May 3 Bolsa Chica State Beach, CA
TWSA #23 - May 16 Jacksonville Beach, FL
TWSA #24 - June 28 Long Branch, NJ
TWSA #25 - July 18 Zuma Beach, CA
TWSA #26 - July 25 Cocoa Beach, FL
TWSA #27 - August 1 Virginia Beach, VA
TWSA #28 - August 8 Wrightsville Beach, NC
TWSA #29 - September 13 La Jolla Shores, CA
TWSA #30 - September 27 Cape May, NJ
TWSA #31 - October 10 Santa Cruz, CA

Life Rolls On is dedicated to improving the lives of young people with spinal cord injury. They Will Surf Again events are just what they sound like - volunteers take those affected into the water and help them feel the rush of surfing once again. To sign up to become involved click here.

A Cricket First: Katharine in the UK sent me a great story about the cricketer Claire Taylor. She's become the first woman to to be named one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year:

"The 33-year-old from Berkshire was the World Cup player of the tournament, scoring 324 runs at an average of 64.

"It's a huge honour to join this amazing list," she told BBC Sport.

England seamer James Anderson, Durham captain Dale Benkenstein and South Africans Mark Boucher and Neil McKenzie are the other players to be recognised.

The historic edition of the famous Wisden Almanack is the 146th, and the coveted awards have been in existence for 120 years."

You can read the whole story here.

Riding The Wave: I just wanted to remind everyone that in addition to finding exclusive Southern California Breakers content on this site the Riding The Wave blog on the Breakers page will have everything in one spot. There you'll find every Southern California Breakers story that has been published since last season. In addition, I'll be adding exclusive Breakers video to my YouTube channel throughout the season. Also, I'll be providing some commentary and whatever else they'll have me for on the Women's Football Talk broadcasts during the season. Stay tuned for more details.

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