Mick Fanning talks World Titles, Slater's toes, and bunking with Medina
I don’t feel at all weird about staying in the same house as Gabriel during the event. I don't know how he feels about it, but I said that if it gets at all weird, I’ll head out and stay somewhere else.
Broken toes and new deals for Kelly Slater
A photo posted by Kerry Sraytah (@kellyslater) on Nov 11, 2014 at 11:23am PST Over the weekend, Kelly Slater dropped some news on social media. The first post, which pertains to Kelly’s broken toes, adds even more fuel to the World Title fire going into the Pipe Masters. “The good news…I’m gonna live,” Slater said
Fighting his way back from injury, Dusty Payne now leads the Vans Triple Crown
On a warm Hawaiian Saturday afternoon, with a strong breeze from the north whipping up the lineup at Haleiwa, one of the most exciting finals in the event’s history played out as Maui’s Dusty Payne claimed the first leg of the Vans Triple Crown, besting Julian Wilson, Jeremy Flores, and Adam Melling, respectively. The event, which kicked off just
His win at the HIC Pro Sunset was the first of Danny Fuller's 15-year career
In his 15 years as a pro surfer, Danny Fuller had never found himself atop the podium at the end of a contest. He’s made finals, yes, but never was chaired up the beach as No. 1. He broke the slump recently at the HIC Pro Sunset, at the ripe age of 32, winning the event
California State Parks official attempts to break up a Veterans Surf Day
A photo posted by Joel_tudor (@joeljitsu) on Nov 11, 2014 at 2:07pm PST Based on a post from Joel Tudor’s Instagram account, it looks like an unnamed official from the California State Parks attempted to shut down a surf project for Veterans…on Veterans Day. In Tudor’s post, he wrote that the State Parks officer
Koa Smith's point of view on P.O.V.
There are few things more gratifying than threading a legitimate tube. But when you boast to your friends that you weaved through three sections and came flying out with the spit…they don’t always believe you. As fate and technology would have it, you now have the tools to capture the proof. When it comes to
The best videos of the week, all in one place
CLIP OF THE WEEK: Brett Burcher, Tunnel Vision Never heard of Brett Burcher? That’s quite alright. There are only a few things you need to know about the man and his clip: 1) He gets ridiculously barreled and 2) Odds are you’ll never know the location of the lineups in this video. We love when
Kelly Slater breaks two toes, but says he will compete at Pipe
A photo posted by kellyslater (@kellyslater) on Nov 11, 2014 at 9:38pm PST Late Tuesday evening, Kelly Slater and the ASP released a statement describing the severity of an injury he received a few days ago while surfing at Cloudbreak. On Tuesday morning, Slater reportedly visited a doctor in Orange County who confirmed that he had
Kelly Slater denies rumors that his recent injury will affect the World Title race
The king taking pov to another level today at Cloudbreak @kellyslater @fijisurfco @fijichili @hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm #donkeydick #waves A photo posted by Mick Free (@mick_free) on Nov 11, 2014 at 4:19pm PST On Monday, it was reported that Kelly Slater injured his foot while surfing Cloudbreak and that the injury could affect his ability to compete at Pipe.
Fifteen Year Old Noa Mizuno takes on the Mentawais
Noa Mizuno, part of the next wave of Hawaiian groms coming into their own, made the first of what will surely be many trips to the Mentawais recently. At only 15, as this clip shows, Noa has a deft knowledge of the tube that rivals anyone his age.