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Trail to Trestles: Kanoa Igarashi is living lifelong dream as pro surfer

Kanoa Igarashi is still buzzing. It's been about a month since one of the world's top professional surfers was lifted by countless hands over a crowd on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier, the chants of "H.B! H.B!" drowning out the crashing waves.
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