Australia’s Century of Surf: How a Big Island at the Bottom of the World Became the Greatest Surfing Nation on Earth

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About the Author

Tim Baker is a freelance writer based in Currumbin, Queensland, Australia. He is a former editor of Tracks and Surfing Life magazines, and co-author of Bustin’ Down The Door, the biography of surfing champion Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew. He has also edited and contributed to an anthology of Australian surf writing, Waves: Great Stories From The Surf. His latest book, High Surf, profiles the world’s most inspiring surfers. His work has appeared in Rolling StoneGQ, Inside Sport, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Australian Financial Review, the Bulletin magazine, The Australian WayPlayboy, and surfing magazines around the world. He has received the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame Media Award and been shortlisted for the CUB Australian Sports Writing Awards.
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