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Small and dry west African nation located just below the Sahara, facing the North Atlantic Ocean. Senegal was brought to the attention of the surf world in 1964, when California filmmaker Bruce Brown toured an early version of his soon-to-be-classic travelogue The Endless Summer; the first surf break encountered by Mike Hynson and Robert August, the film's two stars, was N'gor Rights, a reef near ...

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