While the rest of America has spent the summer drenched in sweat, praying for cloud cover and low humidity, Southern California residents have been shivering.It’s been cold. And not just on land. If you’ve been in the water lately, you’ve most likely wrapped yourself in Novemberish amounts of neoprene (at least by Southern California standards) […]
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Mavericks is no stranger to controversy. Ever since SURFER unveiled Jeff Clark’s big-wave playground to the world in June of 1992, a whirlwind of legal disputes and professional quarrels have orbited Half Moon Bay’s iconic wave, and this time, the debate surrounds exactly who will be responsible for organizing its annual contest. Although Mavericks Surf […]
Maybe we’re in the wrong country. The thought crossed my mind while reading news of oil spills, corporate corruption, and immigration disputes straining the fabric of American democracy, especially as our doppelgangers in the Southern Hemisphere have focused their resources on more important projects…like building the world’s first multi-million dollar surfing facility to, as Andrew […]
Speed. The essence of riding waves. There is no one magical secret to moving on a wave, but to extract as much speed as humanly possible from a wave depends on your knowledge of key elements such as equipment, your body, and the wave itself. Without a little help from everyone else, you could spend […]