SURFER Magazine

SURFER Magazine

The original since 1960.

7.22.10

Features

SEASIDE POLITICS: Obama Bodysurfs In Hawaii

According to the Associated Press, “Barack Obama continued his Hawaii vacation, going to Sandy Beach for about 20 minutes of bodysurfing. It has been one of the Illinois senator’s favorite pastimes dating back to his school days in the islands.”

more

7.22.10

Features

STRIKE A POSE: O'Neill's Generation Next Fashion Show Goes Big

Teen Vogue and O’Neill paired up for an incredible event at Club Seven Degrees in Laguna Beach. The event was a fashion show that implemented O’Neill’s “Generation Next” giving local teens to showcase their talent for fashion and design. The program was born out of a vision by the company to have interns be involved […]

more

7.22.10

Features

GUSTAV UPDATE: Hurricane Downgraded After Making Landfall

After smashing into Louisiana on Monday morning, soaking much of the state in a storm surge as high as six feet, Hurricane Gustav downgraded into a tropical storm. While the system continues a steady trek northwest towards Texas, all storm advisories and warnings have been revoked as of Monday night. View photos from Gustav’s and […]

more

7.22.10

Features

RANDOM THOUGHTS FROM THE PARKING LOT: SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

– The Boost Mobile Pro presented by HURLEY will go down in the ASP annals as milestone event. Performance levels weren’t just raised, they were shattered. Especially in rounds 1-4, where we witnessed free surfing bravado and panache within the ASPs competitive format. Brett Simpson, Yadin Nichol, Dane Reynolds, Jordy Smith, Joel Parkinson & Kelly […]

more

7.22.10

Features

IS IT A SIGN? Surfing Is Everywhere

Twelve miles north of Huachuca City, Arizona in the middle of a sandy, tumbleweed-combed stretch of desert sits a sliver of highway adopted in loving memory of Eddie Aikau and Mark Foo. The sign juts from parched ground and modestly informs passersby of its support for two legendary big-wave riders, but as one surfer, (who […]

more

7.22.10

Features

Top 10 Reasons the Commerce Department Cancelled Public Save Trestles Meeting

The following represents the top ten REALreasons that the Commerce department cancelled the TCA appeal meeting at UCI Bren Center: #10 – Commerce department members couldn’t afford the gas AND the toll on tollway route 73. #9 – Union thugs couldn’t make the meeting due to annual commemoration of Jimmy Hoffa’s Birthday #8 – Decided […]

more

7.22.10

Features

NO PLACE LIKE INDO: The Surf Journalism Expedition Roars To Life

“There is nowhere else on earth I’d rather be right now.” This was the first thought running through my head as I lay in my bunk in the pre-dawn darkness. The sun rose to reveal clean rights peeling along the shallow reef just inshore of us. After a fun surf and our first class – […]

more

7.22.10

Features

BOND GOES DOWN: Pierce Brosnan Eats It On A Stand Up Board

Pierce Brosnan — Talk to the Sand! With all of the star power flirting with surfing lately, you’ve got to pause for a second and enjoy the learning curve. Here’s Pierce Brosnan, aka James Bond, wiping out while trying to stand up paddle surf in Hawaii. Like to comment on the video? Leave one below.

more

7.22.10

Features

GARUT GOES GOLD: Widiarta Wins Surfing's First Olympic Gold Medal

Twenty-year-old Garut Widiarta from Bali became the first surfer in history to win a gold medal in the sport of surfing at an Olympic event today at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia. The talented young surfer proudly held up the Indonesian flag as he and silver medalist Raditya Rondi accepted the cheers of the crowd […]

more

7.22.10

Features

ACCESS DENIED: Dueling Perspectives On Cape Hatteras Beach Access

In the October 2008 edition of SURFER magazine, we gave you an in-depth synopsis of what is happening in the Outer Banks of Cape Hatteras. To let our readers in on even more of the controversy, here are two unfiltered opinions from both sides of the debate. Check out photos of the Outer Banks going […]

more

Page 70 of 350« First...10203068697071728090100...Last »