The war-torn country without a coastline becomes 82nd member nation
Although the Middle Eastern country is without a coastline and has been in a near constant state of turmoil since the 1970s, that didn’t stop expatriates and refugees from starting a surf club and joining the ISA.
More than 100,000 gallons of oil spilled in channel outside of Galveston, Texas
On Saturday, an oil barge collided with another ship in the Houston Shipping Channel, resulting in the barge leaking more than 100,000 gallons of oil in to the Gulf Coast.
SurfAid receives NGO accreditation and funding from the Australian goverrnment
In recognition of their achievements, the Australian government granted SurfAid with an NGO accreditation, opening up the organization to more funding and allowing them to further expand their reach.
The Kauaian opens up about her recent victory at Pipeline, meeting the President, and future projects
"I’ve always had a big desire to surf Pipeline and I love getting barreled. So to be able to surf fun Pipeline, get a couple of barrels, and actually win an event out here is an amazing feeling. I’m just really happy about the whole thing."
Dusty Payne breaks down the frontside air revo
I know, we all hate watching air reverses. But we all still dream of the day we actually stick one. Dusty Payne was kind enough break down the intricacies of the air that’s come to define modern progressive surfing: Find the Right Wave: This sounds like it should be pretty obvious, but I’m gonna say
Taking stock of ZoSea's changes to the ASP
ZoSea has lifted the curtain behind their project, unveiling the new ASP and a slew of alterations.
Demand for anti-shark devices has surged, but do they actually work?
While not concrete, the studies conducted seem to show that anti-shark devices like the Shark Shield do indeed work to some effect.
The ASP releases the lineup for the new commentary team
The ASP releases the names of the nine commentators that will be calling the webcast for the upcoming 2014 season.
Jaws and Dungeons are in, Mavs is out for the 2014 Big Wave World Tour
The ASP has released the revamped schedule for the upcoming Big Wave World Tour (BWWT) season. New additions to the Tour include lineups like Jaws in Maui and Dungeons in South Africa. However, Mavericks, along with the Nelscott Reef event in Oregon, will not be a part of this year’s action. Last May, the ASP,
With Randy Rarick, the shaper, promoter, and event organizer from Sunset Beach
The bonds you create in the water can last a lifetime. When I was 10 years old, Rabbit Kekai pushed me into my very first wave. Fifty years later, we’re still connected and work on the Triple Crown together. There are always two sides to every story. I’ve dealt with a lot of drama in