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Not swell: Surfboard breaks in gold medal matchup

Point break was replaced by a surfboard break for Brazilian athlete Italo Ferreira during his gold medal matchup in Tokyo. Ferreira's surfboard broke during the first few minutes of the final round of competition. <. The Brazilian's coach was seen racing down the shoreline to deliver him a replacement board,...
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6512 Point Break Street

Come home to this great 3 bedroom, 2 bath, one story home. Enter into you great room with an open floorplan concept design with vaulted ceilings & built-in area for a big screen TV. Grab some snacks or entertain from your open island kitchen. Relax in any of the great bedrooms or retreat to your sequestered master suite. You will enjoy your covered patio knowing everyone would be able to be outside and relax in your fully fenced backyard.
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What are the five new sports debuting at the Tokyo Olympics?

With Euro 2020 out of the way, we can finally get back to enjoying the rest of our summer without any further distractions. “What’s that? There’s another huge sporting event just on the horizon?”. Yes, that’s right, after a year’s delay, the Olympic Games is finally getting under way in...
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What are the five new sports debuting at the Tokyo Olympics?

With Euro 2020 out of the way, we can finally get back to enjoying the rest of our summer without any further distractions.“What’s that? There’s another huge sporting event just on the horizon?”Yes, that’s right, after a year’s delay, the Olympic Games is finally under way in Tokyo, Japan but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this will be unlike any Olympic Games seen in the modern era.Sadly due to a spike in Covid cases in Japan, there will be no fans in attendance for any of the events, which consist of 46 different sports and 53 disciplines.That doesn’t mean...
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Paul Walker Fought To Bring Back Tyrese For Fast & Furious 5

It took a decade for the Fast & Furious franchise to figure out what it wanted to be, and it’s a minor miracle it even survived long enough to evolve into the blockbuster behemoth we all know and love to day, with the recent ninth installment taking it past Fox’s X-Men to become the fifth highest-grossing film series in history.
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Did Keanu Reeves Learn To Surf For Point Break?

Among the storied filmography of actor Keanu Reeves, one movie stands out as the surfiest — a word we're surprised actually exists. That honor goes to seminal '90s action crime thriller "Point Break," which — despite the admittedly ridiculous premise of the FBI facing off against a gang of surfing, bank-robbing action junkies — enjoys a lasting legacy among film fans. Look no further than review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes for proof of that; it enjoys a 70% critics score, with a 79% rating from fans, and a critical consensus that calls the film "absurd, over-the-top, and often wildly entertaining." "'Point Break' is here to show you that the human spirit is still alive," the consensus reads.
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Did Keanu Reeves Really Skydive In Point Break?

It's hard to believe 30 years have passed since "Point Break" became the philosophical extreme sports crime movie the movie-going public never knew it needed. Released in the summer of 1991, "Point Break" found Keanu Reeves portraying Johnny Utah, a fresh-faced FBI Agent and former college football QB who stumbles onto the biggest case of his career the first week on the job. That case found him chasing a band of daring bank robbers he believes have deep ties to the local surfing community. It also found him going undercover as a surfing newb, and promptly landing in the intoxicating orbit of a charismatic would-be shaman named Bodhi (Patrick Swayze) who's fond of surfing, living life on the edge, and doling out dime-store philosophy with almost no prompting.
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