SURFERS’ HALL OF FAME HONORS GORDON CLARK, CJ, & JOHN

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – The sport of surfing pays homage to three legendary watermen on Friday, July 31st when a visionary surfboard blank manufacturer, a former world and U.S. Open of Surfing champion and a local icon are inducted into the 2015 Surfers’ Hall of Fame. Gordon Clark’s Clark Foam was the leading producer of polyurethane foam blanks from the early 60s through 2005, Floridian CJ Hobgood won pro surfing’s world title in 2001 and later added the 2007 U.S. Open to his trophy collection and John Davis was the first captain of the nascent Huntington Beach High School surf team in 1967.

The 2015 inductees will have their hand and footprints immortalized in cement for the ages on Friday, July 31st at 10 a.m. in front of Huntington Surf & Sport; under the watchful eye of Duke Kahanamoku, the sport’s spiritual leader whose statue anchors the Surfers’ Hall of Fame. This year’s induction ceremony features the inductees, family, friends, pro surfers and industry titans, and is open to the public, free-of-charge.

“The Surfers’ Hall of Fame is honored to induct Gordon Clark, CJ Hobgood and John Davis this July,” said founder Aaron Pai. “Each inductee has brought something different and unique to our sport of surfing. We are stoked and fortunate to include them into our growing family of surfing royalty.”


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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – The sport of surfing pays homage to three legendary watermen on Friday, July 31st when a visionary surfboard blank manufacturer, a former world and U.S. Open of Surfing champion and a local icon are inducted into the 2015 Surfers’ Hall of Fame. Gordon Clark’s Clark Foam was the leading producer of polyurethane foam blanks from the early 60s through 2005, Floridian CJ Hobgood won pro surfing’s world title in 2001 and later added the 2007 U.S. Open to his trophy collection and John Davis was the first captain of the nascent Huntington Beach High School surf team in 1967.

The 2015 inductees will have their hand and footprints immortalized in cement for the ages on Friday, July 31st at 10 a.m. in front of Huntington Surf & Sport; under the watchful eye of Duke Kahanamoku, the sport’s spiritual leader whose statue anchors the Surfers’ Hall of Fame. This year’s induction ceremony features the inductees, family, friends, pro surfers and industry titans, and is open to the public, free-of-charge.

“The Surfers’ Hall of Fame is honored to induct Gordon Clark, CJ Hobgood and John Davis this July,” said founder Aaron Pai. “Each inductee has brought something different and unique to our sport of surfing. We are stoked and fortunate to include them into our growing family of surfing royalty.”

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