Getting chased by a drone at the World Longboard Championships
Zoltan "The Magician" Torkos pulls two kickflips on one wave
Is it still SUP if everybody's sitting down?
Jamie O’Brien and crew continue their dogged pursuit to punch danger in the face all over the North Shore. They’ve been tackling big Sunset and Waimea on these ginormous SUPsquatch contraptions, which looks pretty fun, unless you’re staring that thing down from the impact zone.
The Shoe City Pro QS1000 is first WSL event
Hey, how about that? It’s On! With surprisingly little fanfare, the first ever WSL event is in full swing over at the Shoe City Pro at Huntington Beach. It’s a QS1000, which used to be a 1-Star, so, it’s not exactly the Pipe Masters or anything, but still, it’s the rebranded WSL’s first event, so
Basque Country doubles with Alex Botelho and João De Macedo
There’s nothing like dropping in on your best bud. Nothing at all. Especially when surfing waves of size and consequence. The spit-second of eye contact that says “I love you, bro” and “fuck you” all at the same time, this is what surfing with your friends is all about. The doubles run you’ll see here
Reveals thoughts about the World Title showdown on Instagram
When the final horn sounded yesterday at Pipeline, 20-year-old Gabriel Medina had successfully defended his lead in the ratings over fellow world title contenders Mick Fanning and Kelly Slater and emerged as the first ever Brazilian world champion. Shortly thereafter, 11-time World Champ Kelly Slater took to Instagram to voice his opinion on Medina’s incredible
Hawaiian Water Patrol's daring Pipeline rescue
In the realm of who’s on top in the world of water patrol, the Hawaiians have earned themselves a reputation for being among the world’s best. Recently, during one of the many massive sets that swept through Round 2 of the Pipe Masters, the water patrol completed a jaw-dropping rescue when they plucked Aritz Aranburu
Very underwhelming, but certainly a novelty
The Pineapple Express, Northern California’s storm of the decade that’s flooding coasts and knocking out power with reckless abandon, also delivered waves to a ski town in need. As Lake Tahoe battens down its hatches and braces for plenty of snowfall, winds in the +100 mph range stirred up some swell for anyone with enough
And CNN dubs him "The King of Surfing"
The mainstream media's coverage of surfers always leaves a weird taste in your mouth, a discomfort akin to wearing shoes on the beach, or seeing a teacher in public. There's not technically anything wrong with it, I guess, but it sure feels like there is.
Olympic medal-winning skier on a different kind of mountain
A photo posted by Julia Mancuso (@juliamancuso) on Oct 10, 2014 at 10:09am PDT Last week, Olympic downhill skiing gold medalist Julia Mancuso posted photos of herself charging some beefy sets at Cloudbreak to her Instagram feed. Mancuso has surfed for years, spends lots of time in the tropics, and lived part of her youth on