It was a fitting almost-end for the South Bay's five-day International Surf Festival.
About 200 competitors, teams and individuals dug themselves a spot in the Manhattan Beach sand and went to work.
Some of the sand castle competitors have been crafting crusty creations for more than 50 years, in a tradition that is old as the festival that celebrates beach sports and culture
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