Results for Surf Girls
Bethany Hamilton stomps a big fat air in Bali while filming for her upcoming movie. After her horrific accident, she rebounded in a massive way. And not only as an inspiring figure/role model. She charges. Which makes the fact that she’s one of the world’s best women surfers even more impressive. Here is a woman with one arm stomping a really critical and tweaked out frontside air reverse over an Indonesian reef.
Here, Steph rides tubes in Micronesia. A look into the life of the people’s lovely lady champ, is a long time coming. Look at her – taking off so far down the point, carving straight over the duckdiving guys, who are probably thinking they’d do anything to keep watching. She’s irresistible. And if this clip is any indication, so is her new movie – Stephanie in the Water.
She is one of the most famous names in surfing, a global celebrity with reach beyond our salty circle. Bethany Hamilton found the spotlight by accident in 2003, when the budding surf star was attacked by a shark at home in Hawaii. It was a gruesome twist of fate for the then 13-year-old that cost the Kauian her left arm, but inspired her to go on and become the incredible character the world knows today.
As part of their annual Body Issue, ESPN The Magazine featured photos of one very nude Coco Ho surfing in Hawaii. Since 2009, the magazine has been running tastefully shot nudes of some of the world’s most esteemed athletes, including Olympians, football players, and soccer stars.
ESPN has been doing “The Body Issue” for a while, and even though there is a very obvious and in-your-face sexuality about it, they have somehow been able to preserve the integrity of the collection as, above all, a bare-all exhibit of sorts for raw athleticism, stripped of uniforms and equipment.
Located on the southern end of Tahiti and widely considered the “heaviest wave in the world,” it’s safe to say that Teahupo‘o isn’t for the faint of heart. And with some of the best surfers in the world trying to get in on the action, it’s hardly a place where you’d expect to see a teenage girl on the wave of the day—but that’s exactly what happened this past May, when Malibu, California’s Frankie Harrer took a trip down to French Polynesia.
Surfing every day, always on the move, a perma-tan, endless supplies of clothes and new boards…. It all sounds pretty sweet to be a female pro surfer, eh? But it doesn’t come without hard work.
Courtney Conlogue fought back tears, while explaining the injury that forced her to withdraw from the Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach.
It’s not every day Australian surfer Sally Fitzgibbons steps outside her comfort zone of the hot sun and big waves at the beach. But while her competitors are enjoying the off-season and summer, the 23-year-old was filmed honing her skills in Nova Scotia – where temperatures were -4C and wintery winds were blowing at more than 130km/h.
One of Indonesia’s best known female surfers – Diah Rahayu has just extended her commitment to being part of the Rip Curl team for another two years. Diah who comes from Legian, Bali, first made her debut in the Asian Surfing Championships in 2008 going onto complete every year eventually getting her best result when she came in runner-up position for the Asian Surfing Championship’s in 2011.