The surfing population is ever-increasing and some breaks are at the point where demand is far exceeding supply. We look at the most crowded waves on the planet, breaks where getting a wave on your own is not just difficult, but almost impossible.
Stunning drone footage has captured the bizarre moment a school of fish being chased by a seal formed the shape of the predator pursuing them. Dozens of surfers were treated to the mesmerising display as the adventurous seal rolled around in the surf as it hunted for food at Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach on Monday morning.
Best known for their chordal chants, Gyuto monks have traveled around the world doing rad stuff for a long time, like performing with the Grateful Dead and being nominated for a Grammy award.
Dean Norburn’s early morning surf at Bondi Beach on Tuesday wasn’t quite the relaxing pursuit he’d been expecting when, he says, a small shark jumped out of the water and landed in the middle of his surfboard.
A pack of 320 surfing Santas have embraced Christmas spirit in Australia and broken the world record for the largest surf lesson.