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Lars Musschoot Ep 3

by on Tuesday 31st July, 2012   7780 Views

AFTER two months on the road Lars Musschoot’s travels take him back home to a secret spot in Belgium.

Nothing beats surfing at home after weeks of bleeding rubber into tarmac, even is the waves are less than epic. But heck this is Belgium, home of some of the keenest surfers suffering inconsistent swells in a shallow sea with a fetch requiring the precision of an Olympic archer.

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