Extreme sports festival makes stop The...

Extreme sports festival makes stop

The 2002 Core Tour Sports and Music Festival is making a stop in

Huntington Beach on the weekend of Sept. 6-8.

The sports and music extravaganza is scheduled to pit local

amateur athletes against some of the top professionals in the world

for competitions in BMX dirt jumping, skateboarding, inline skating

and mountain board jumping.

The BMX competition will feature competitors flying three stories

high above the 80-ton "King of Dirt" jump competition course. Skaters

will compete on the tour's extreme street course, and female

competitors will take the spotlight in the "All Girl Skate Jam."

In addition to the sports, live concerts will take place all

weekend at Pier Plaza.

Surf Contest looms on city's horizon

The 32nd annual Summer Surf Contest is coming to Huntington Beach

the weekend of Sept. 7-8 at the Huntington Beach Pier.

The city and Huntington Surf and Sport are co-sponsoring the

event, which is being conducted by the Huntington Beach Community

Services Department.

The contest is open to competitors of all ages and will feature

competition in the following divisions: men, women, boys and girls.

The public is invited to attend the Surf City event. There is no

admission charge.

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