Two major storms are approaching the islands
Hawaii is preparing for the arrival of two major back-to-back storms. The first storm, Hurricane Iselle, is predicted to make landfall on the Big Island as a category 1 hurricane as early as tomorrow night. Hurricane Iselle is currently packing winds up to 90 mph. The second storm, Julio, is predicted to skirt just north of the islands, with its effects arriving on the islands as a tropical storm over the weekend.
Dusty Payne vs. Carlos Munoz—who gets your vote into the Hurley Pro?
Sixteen surfers go head to head in online video battles at HurleyPro.com. The winner of each heat moves forward to the next round and eventually, the winner is awarded a coveted wildcard slot in the Hurley Pro at Lowers.
A look at Steph Gilmore's new biopic
It’s this narrative—one of a meteoric rise and overcoming tragedy—that sets the tone Steph Gilmore’s biopic film, Stephanie in the Water. Years in the making, the film chronicles the tribulations and triumphs of a young phenom. From her unyielding competitive drive, to coming of age and the thrill of winning a world title, to her subsequent attack and her return to form, it’s all cleanly packaged in this film.
HBPD made the arrest following comments the 16-year-old made on social media
Police seized a handgun, a shotgun and electronic devices from the boy’s home.
Meet the Airdog, a drone that allows you to film your next session without a pilot
Just as we were getting used to drones being a major tool in surfing, an aerospace startup company changes the game. Keep an eye out for the release of a new drone that has the potential to reshape the way we view our lineups. The product, known as the Airdog, is a version of a
Talking fatherhood and big-wave surfing with Makua Rothman
"There’s nothing that can compare to the feeling of having a child. Winning a big contest is great, but having a child is amazing. It’s at another level." —Makua Rothman
Talking health and headspace with the World Tour rookie
Sometimes my joints will get inflamed and swell up. Sometimes it will be worse than others. And sometimes there will be no symptoms. The Chinese would compare arthritis with the wind; it just comes and goes.
State and federal governments debate shark finning laws
"NOAA should take notice of the extremely strong opposition to any attempts to overturn state laws, including from members of congress, governors, state senators, and 180,000."— Pew's Angelo Villagomez
Talking fitness, the ASP, and the benefits of brutal honesty
Sometimes people think I’ll say too much, but I’m never gonna stop speaking my mind.
After last year's riots, event officials move the focus back to surfing
“I think it’s good that they’re trying to put the focus back on the surf contest. It’s gotten too big and too out of control over the years. Obviously, last year with the riots being the worst. It was a total mess.” —Zach Minnie, Jack's Surf Shop