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Taj Burrow Saves 12-Year-Old Surfer in Western Australia

Taj Burrow Saves 12-Year-Old Surfer in Western Australia

Taj Burrow rescued 12-year-old grommet Chloe Campbell, who got into trouble after her leg rope snapped in a 4m swell at Yallingup on Friday, during her under-14 heat in Taj’s Small Fries. Burrow noticed she was in distress and reacted quickly.

2017 Airline Surfboard Boardbag Fee Guide For Surfers

2017 Airline Surfboard Boardbag Fee Guide For Surfers

Travelling with your surfboard is getting harder year on year but as long as you do your homework it should be trouble free. Support the airlines that support surfers then everyone should be happy. Welcome to the 2017 Airline Surfboard Boardbag Fee Guide For Surfers. Every overseas surf trip usually starts and ends with gripes […]

Treat Others How You Want to be Treated

Treat Others How You Want to be Treated

We know that this might seem like an arbitrary article for some of you, but it seems that many people, including experienced surfers, seem to forget surfing etiquette while out in the lineup. Now, there are two ways we are looking at this.

Kepa Acero Nearly Drowns and Breaks Neck After Mundaka Wipeout

Kepa Acero Nearly Drowns and Breaks Neck After Mundaka Wipeout

Kepa Acero almost drowned after breaking his neck and back at Mundaka, northern Spain’s premier left hand barrel. We all know Kepa Acero is one of the greatest surf explorers of our time. From Gabon to India to Alaska and lots of places in between, Acero has explored them all.

Mega Moments that Shaped the Men’s Race in 2016

Mega Moments that Shaped the Men’s Race in 2016

As 2016 heads for the history books it’s already being called one of the most unpredictable years in recent memory. That certainly holds true for this year’s race for the World Title on the men’s Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour, a race that produced several surprises. Here are 12 milestone moments that shaped the season.

Ricardo dos Santos’s Murderer Sentenced to 22 Years in Prison

Ricardo dos Santos’s Murderer Sentenced to 22 Years in Prison

On January 19th, 2015, Ricardo dos Santos was shot in the back by a military police officer named Paulo Mota Brentano. He died in hospital the next day. After nearly a year of waiting, Brentano has just been sentenced to 22 years in prison by a Brazilian court.