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Surfer Poll photos from my man on the street

Kolohe Andino, 13, of the USA
Kolohe Andino, 13, of the USA surf team.
By Tiffany Montgomery
September 15, 2007 5:58 AM

I had a special correspondent at the Surfer Poll awards this week at The Grove in Anaheim - Ryan Baker, 15, a sophomore at San Clemente High School.


The annual Surfer Poll awards honor the top surfers of the year in several categories and are a big industry party.


Here are some photos of Ryan's perspective of the event.

San Clemente brother and sister teams:

Rusty and Greg Long

 

Left, big wave riders Rusty and Greg Long.

 

San Clemente's Miller sistersRight, the Miller sisters. Their brother, Jason is a semi pro surfer. The family is hosting Kelly Slater at their house this week, Ryan reports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surfer Poll 2007 crowd

 

A big crowd turned out for the event at The Grove in Anaheim.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warren and Rem KramerDr. Warren Kramer and son, Ren. Ryan reports Dr. Kramer treats many professional surfers. Kolohe, Warren and Ren all live in San Clemente.


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