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7.15.14

Photo Blog

In Focus: Cape Fear

Mark Mathews at Ours in Sydney, Australia

Photographer: Bailey Jones Location: Cape Fear (a.k.a. Ours), Sydney, Australia Specs: Canon EOS 7D; 70-200mm f/4L; ISO 100; 1/250th at f6.3 Comments: “Cape Fear was pumping on a super east swell direction. That’s why the lip is so think,” explains Mark Mathews of this photo of him taken by 15-year-old Bailey Jones. “I was about […]

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7.14.14

Photo Blog

California

Photo: Chris Burkard

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7.14.14

Photos

NSSA Natties

Surfing's next-gen met under the Huntington Pier to battle it out at the NSSA National Championships

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7.14.14

Videos

Puerto From Above

Aerial footage shows you Puerto Escondido like you've never seen it before

As if the unforgiving sandbar bombs of Puerto Escondido could be anymore intimidating, enjoy here some aerial footage for some scale of the waves these Mainland Mex madmen are willing themselves into.

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7.14.14

Videos

Corn Hole

Step off into some heaving Mexico beachbreak with Alex Gray and J.O.B.

Nothing says summer like monster south-swell tubes in Mainland Mexico (with Alex Gray inside them). Jamie O’Brien joins in on the fun, they bring some props along for the ride, and as usual, both parties get really, really, ridiculously barreled.

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7.14.14

Features

12 Remain at J-Bay Open

Favorites fall as two full rounds of competition run at Jeffreys

Rounds 3 and 4 of the J-Bay Open were not kind to top seeds. With Joel Parkinson being the only current Top 10 surfer to already have secured a Quarterfinal berth, upsets ruled the day. Perennial J-Bay favorites Kelly Slater and Jordy Smith fell in Round 3 to Matt Wilkinson and C.J. Hobgood, respectively. Riding […]

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7.11.14

Photo Blog

Craig Anderson, Chile

Photo: Todd Glaser

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7.10.14

Photo Blog

Timmy Reyes, Todos Santos

Photo: Dylan Gordon

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7.10.14

Features

Slater’s Midseason Breakdown

The 11x world champ speaks his mind on where the ratings stand halfway through the year

If ever there were someone to break down the World Tour ratings, it’s the surprisingly unbiased 11x world champ Kelly Slater. Heading into Jeffreys Bay, Slater is ranked third overall behind Gabriel Medina and Michel Bourez, both of whom have event wins under their belt, while The Champ is winless. However, both already have throwaway […]

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7.10.14

Features

Day One of the J-Bay Open

Highlights from the opening day at Jeffreys Bay

In pumping 5-to-7 foot Supertubes, the world’s best welcomed the J-Bay Open back to the World Tour. And what a welcome it was. Despite devil winds during the early heats, top seeds Mick Fanning and Taj Burrow dominated before goofyfooter Kai Otton served former event winner Joel Parkinson an upset with his 17.24 heat total. […]

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