As you might have heard, June 20th is the summer solstice. It is also, coincidentally, International Surfing Day.

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Developed in 2005 by the fine folks at SURFING and the Surfrider Foundation, International Surfing Day is celebrated worldwide with everything from surf contests to film screenings to beach cleanups.

It’s a celebration of the surfing lifestyle, and of the communal bonds forged by surfing. And that’s not a fact that escaped some of the world’s top surfers.

Reigning world champion Adriano de Souza got in on the fun, posting a photo of himself surfing Cloudbreak:

Fijitime yesterday #enjoytheinternacionalsurfingday @badboyryry_

A photo posted by Adriano De Souza (@adrianodesouza) on

The oft-irreverent Kalani Robb posted a photo with Tyler Stanaland showing off his finest kook fashion:

A photo posted by Kalani Robb (@kalanirobb) on

While he might be known for his aerials, Brazilian sensation Filipe Toledo took to the waters of Tavarua to showcase his longboard skills:

Fun with @alejomuniz @alexribeiro89 and my @gopro ! edit with @splice_app Happy international surfing day!

A video posted by Filipe Toledo (@filipetoledo) on

Fellow Brazilian Wiggolly Dantas took the opportunity to thank all the lifeguards across the globe who keep surfers safe:

South African pro surfer Bianca Buitendag showed off a photo of herself about to get barreled:

And finally, Lyndie Irons, the wife of late surf great Andy Irons, captured perhaps the truest representation of the spirit of International Surfing Day by sharing a photo of her young son Axel Irons shredding:

A photo posted by Lyndie Irons (@lyndieirons) on

We hope that you too get to shred on International Surfing Day.

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