Typhoon Atsani brings an unseasonable swell to Oahu's North Shore
Scoring with "Da Guy"
Going to Indo? Betet Merta is da guy to be with. Everybody knows him, he’s got the lineups dialed, and chances are he’s got some insider knowledge as to where to start your night.
Excellent scores aplenty, big names fall to the sword, and the Florence-Medina superheat
Things kicked into speed at the 2015 Billabong Pro Tahiti as Round Three took off this morning with clean, blue barrels on offer at Teahupoo. Highlights include an on-fire Owen Wright dropping two 9s against Dusty Payne, Italo Ferreira continuing his pursuit for the the Rookie of the Year title, a collective of six 9-point
Shane Borland and Micky Clarke ditch the contest jersey for Nicaraguan drainers
and a $50,000 state-of-the-art camera set-up
Last night at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood, a handful of the world’s best surf filmmakers gathered to wrap-up the 2015 REDirect competition, and more importantly, to celebrate some phenomenal surf cinematography. After enjoying a few pre-party spirits kindly supplied by House Beer and Ziobaffa Wine, the party moved inside the theater where all 11
Interview with stuntman Robbie Maddison, who charged Tahiti on a moto-surf-cycle
In the video above, you’ll see a madman take off on a sizeable wave in Tahiti on a highly-modified motorcycle. His name is Robbie Maddison, and he’s a surfer-slash-stunt-rider from Australia. “Maddo” seems to know no fear, as he’s backflipped the Tower Bridge in London, jumped the Corinth Canal in Greece, and acted as the
South pulse hits the Golden State, creating fun-sized surf from San Diego to Santa Cruz
Surfing's Zen Master Hosts Retreat Beginning in October
Gerry Lopez, aka Mr. Pipeline, redefined the art of tube-riding at the North Shore’s iconic Banzai Pipeline by infusing the focus and mastery gained from years of yoga and meditation. His unique approach put both him and Pipeline in the spotlight. Today, his relationship with this fabled shoreline of Oahu brings him home for this
Catching up with a man on the move
INTERVIEW BY TOM CAREY Over the past few months, New York’s Balaram Stack has possibly spent more time on the road than anyone else in the surf world. As he trekked his way across the globe, he touched down in Indo, Mexico, Miami, and Panama. Judging from this interview, he’s just getting started. You’re not