ASP International is pleased to announce the sanctioning of the Oakley Pro Bali at Keramas as an ASP World Championship Tour (WCT) license for 2013. The event will be the fifth of 10 events on the 2013 ASP World Championship Tour and the first elite tour event in Indonesia since the Rip Curl Pro Search in 2008.
Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia Decision Not to Renew Support Agreement with the Indonesian Surfing Championship Tour for 2013 – Creates Opportunity for Asian Surfing Championship Tour to Take the Lead in Asian Pro Surfing
Big wave surfer Garrett McNamara may have beaten his own world record riding what is thought to be a 100 feet or 30.5 metre wave at Nazare, Portugal.
Kuta beach has seen a lot of trash washed up along its shore, dissuading visitors, including surfers, from going to the island’s famed beach.
Last week the rumors appeared to solidify, and apparently the stop in Bali is a go for 2013. So Indonesia might, once again, be host to the best surfers in the world.
Rob Machado’s always one for board designs that are a bit out there, just take a look at his Board Eat Board model you might have seen on here a few weeks back, this however is another level Signal Snowboards have come up with a surfboard you can snowboard – think of the cost saving! Rob takes the freshly made board out for a session at Encinitas and after a few cutties, a couple of hang fives and a bit of Machado’ esque styling it’s up to the mountains for a snowboard with Curtis Ciszek. So after seeing the clip do you want one?
Whether the reef nabbed your fin plugs, a leggy left a nasty gash, you crunched the nose duck-diving, you didn’t land that aerial as gracefully as intended, or a Padang monster clear split your board in two, Naruki is the place to take your board injuries
A surfer is recovering after he was attacked by a shark on the Big Island Wednesday afternoon.
About a month back, word came over the coconut wireless from Maui that Albee Layer had landed surfing’s first double rotation aerial. The footage was kept hidden at first, and now we get our first glimpse. Here are both of them, starring in their own web-feature.
The bar that allegedly served Perth teenager Liam Davies the methanol-laced drink that killed him is still selling potentially deadly cocktails to oblivious Australian tourists.