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'It's surreal': How an artificial-wave pool could revolutionize competitive surfing
The Surf Ranch Pro competition on Sept. 6-9 marks the first time an artificial-wave pool is part of the World Surf League’s Championship Tour. The California complex has drawn fans and critics.
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