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Video: Dozens Of Dolphins Join Surfing Competition

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Dolphins off the coast of Santa Barbara County decided to show off their mad surfing skills at a competition this weekend.

Dozens of dolphins showed up at this year's Rincon Classic at Rincon Point, which is at the border of Ventura and Santa Barbara County. They surfed alongside competitors during the women's final, and by all accounts, they stole the show. (After all, dolphins were the original surfers.)

Several spectators caught the show on video and in photos. Here's one video:

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And here's a video of with some pretty cool stills: