Ultimate triathlon hits area April 4 through 7

The best all-around board sports (snowboarding, surfing, skateboarding) athletes in the world will compete April 2 (snowboarding, Mammoth Mountain), April 4-7 (surfing, Seaside Reef, Cardiff) and April 9 (skateboarding and awards, Seaside Reef parking lot).

Spectators are urged to bring beach chairs and blankets to Cardiff to watch it all go down. Solana Beach’s Pat Millin will be among the competitors.

For event details, photos and videos, please visit www.ultimateboarder.com.

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