Aloha Great Lake Surfers

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Aloha Great Lake Surfers

Year: 2016
Genre: Sports

Explore the Aloha spirit in the GTA Great Lake Surf community, and see how it is alive, thriving, and part of a passionate subculture in Toronto.

Episodes

Season 2

Episode 1

The Lighthouse is a spot known by all local surfers. The waves are always beautiful, and often the closest thing you can find to surfing in the ocean. However a proposed development plan to the shoreline near The Scarborough Bluffs could mean that these surfers will lose the best place to find waves in the city.

Episode 2

What’s the difference between surfing in a lake and surfing in the ocean? How do the professionals keep calm when the waves have taken them under? Sit down with a couple of local pro surfers to learn about their motivation, fears, and growth.

Season 1

Episode 1 - Ladies of the Lake

“Ladies of the Lake”, is the story of how the Great Lake surfer women support each other in a male dominated sport. We follow three different women who face different challenges and self exploration through surfing.

Episode 2 - Winter Surf

This is a celebration of the hardcore Toronto City Surfer, that catches waves on the coldest days of the Great Lake winter surf.

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