SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGTV) -- As of Monday afternoon, the state of California has an official sport, surfing.
Governor Jerry Brown Monday signed the legislation, known assembly bill 1782, making surfing California’s officials sport.
The news was tweeted out by Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi , who is one of the sponsors of the bill.
According to Muratsuchi, surfing generated more than $6 billion in annual retail and sales for the state.
Thanks to @JerryBrownGov who has signed AB 1782 making surfing CA official state sport! Surfing in CA has a rich history and culture. It attracts people from all around the world and generates over $6b in annual retail sales for the state! Thanks to @IanAD57! #surfsup
— Asm. Al Muratsuchi (@AsmMuratsuchi) August 20, 2018
With the news, you may be wondering where to catch some waves. Check out the list below for San Diego County's best surf spots: