Waves Don't Show Up for Surfing Contest

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With waves usually reaching up to 60 feet, the legendary surfing hotspot in Northern California's Half Moon Bay is a natural location for an annual surfing contest. But this year, there are no big waves. Surfer and filmmaker Grant Washburn talks with Alex Chadwick.



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