SURFER Magazine

SURFER Magazine

The original since 1960.

9.29.10

Features

State's Budget Cuts Put Surfers at Risk

Beach quality testing in California has plummeted in recent years, increasing surfers’ risk of unknowingly exposing themselves to contaminated water, according to a report by the Los Angeles Times. With no clear state funding for testing after this year, advocacy groups like Surfrider Foundation and Santa Barbara Channelkeeper are stepping up to fill the gap. […]

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9.28.10

Features

How Carissa Moore Is Leading The Pack In Women's Surfing

As the minutes disappear, the announcer’s voice, barely audible, wafts over the whitewash, whispering the muffled intensity of the moment. One minute left. The beach is littered with people, onlookers rife with expectation. Carissa Moore, the heat leader, sits outside as a set materializes. She watches as her fellow competitors, seven-time World Champion Layne Beachley […]

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9.28.10

Features

Parko Discusses His Victory at Jeffreys Bay and Thoughts On Leading the Tour

The day after winning the 2009 Billabong Pro Jeffreys Bay, contributor Sean Doherty had a chance to sit down with Parko and try to make sense of his victory. Excited about inching a few steps closer to his first ASP World Title, Parko was able to put things in perspective. Are you a tired and […]

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