Hawaii visitor David Warren, watching from 400 yards away, snapped photographs that reveal an optical illusion: Mark Jackson surfing a whale
Hawaii visitor David Warren, watching from 400 yards away, snapped photographs that reveal an optical illusion: SUP paddler Mark Jackson surfing a whale.Read More →
'It was a pretty idyllic life'
Within the surf world, photographer Art Brewer is a prodigious figure. "I got into photography by accident," was Brewer's response to the obvious question.Read More →
He depicts Kelly Slater as Gollum, among other gems
Johannes Leak's illustrations of surfing's famous stars have netted him many fans, including Kelly Slater, as surfers don't take themselves too seriously.Read More →
'The bullets took your body but not your soul!'
Following the shooting and death of Brazilian Ricardo Dos Santos the surfing world had paid tribute by social media. Hashtags include #ricardosantos90.Read More →
Hawaiian hardman makes raft of serious allegations
Da Hui's Eddie Rothman has attacked the WSL, or ASP, making a series of serious allegations against the sport's governing body and its key personnel.Read More →
New surf doc filmed entirely in Mexico celebrates local scene
Mark Kronemeyer’s new film, "Gone," aims to continue his documentation and celebration of surfers and surfing in Mexico.Read More →
Despite no military training, Dean Parker traded his surfboard for an AK-47, joining the Kurds to do battle against the jihadists after hearing ‘God’s call’
Dean Parker, a West Palm Beach, Florida, native, was enjoying a peaceful life teaching surfing in Costa Rica when he decided to join the fight against ISIS.Read More →
Because 2014 is so last year
Why not make 2015 a better time to be a surfer? Here are some of surfing's best New Year's Resolutions, which will have you surfing longer and happier.Read More →
Takeaways from a historic world title
As to the impact of Gabriel Medina’s world title, the raucous flag-waving Brazilians chanting and cheering at Pipeline says it all.Read More →
Research starts to identify potential National Surfing Reserves
Research is being conducted to identify iconic surfing sites in California, including at Trestles, etc., that could become National Surfing Reserves.Read More →
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