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The Story Behind Michael February, Africa’s First Non-White African World Tour Surfer



“More than anything, I just want to leave my own mark.”


When it comes to surfing, that is Michael February primary goal. And, at age 25, he’s already off to a good start.


Mikey rides waves like nobody else. He’s got a style that’s impossible to manufacture. He’s also got the uncanny ability to make a full-roter look like it came from an era when people didn’t refer to surfing as a sport. Every turn, every movement seems artistic.


This year, he’s been turning a lot of heads as the world’s first non-white African surfer. The Inertia had him tell the story of how he got to where there.


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