Here is part two of the ten part series which chronicles the life and times of the 10-time world champ:
Here is part one of the ten part series which chronicles the life and times of the 10-time world champ:
Photos by Todd Glaser of the opening ceremony for the 26th annual Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau big-wave event at Waimea Bay.
Photographer Chris Burkard gives us a bird's eye view of the Central California coastline.
All Photos by Chris Burkard. A special thanks to PCF Aviation for making this gallery possible.
Greg Long on the Science of Surviving
Big-wave hellman Greg Long has gained distinction as one of the hardest charging surfers on the planet. He tells us his secrets to surviving.
Speculation over the cause of Andy Iron’s death heated up last week when Outside Magazine published an article on their website quoting numerous sources about Andy’s difficulties with alcohol and drugs.
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Parker and Conner Coffin Cut Loose on the North Shore
In this episode of Young Wise Tails, the brothers Coffin find themselves getting spat out of barrels and watching Reef girls do yoga. All is well on the North Shore:
SUNSETBEACH, Oahu/Hawaii (Tuesday, November 22, 2010) –Al Hunt is an institution within the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP). The big man, from Bateau Bay on New South Wales’ Central Coast, has served in a variety of crucial positions including ASP Head Judge, ASP World Tour Manager, ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS) Tour Manager and has
They call it The Endless Summer the ultimate surfing adventure, crossing the glob in search of the perfect wave. From the uncharted waters of West Africa, to the shark-filled seas of Australia, to the tropical paradise of Tahiti and beyond, these California surfers accomplish in a few months what most people never do in a