Kelly Slater, John John Florence, and Jack Johnson are next door neighbors in Hawaii and have been friends for over 20 years, or almost as long as John John has been alive. Despite their busy schedules, they never miss a good day at home. Here they are surfing a fun session a few miles down the road from their houses at Haleiwa, one of the jewels in the crown of Oahu and, on its day, one of the most fun and accessible waves on the North Shore.
This edit probably last video edit of Ricardo Dos Santos. From earlier this season on the North Shore serves as celebration of Ricardo doing what he loved and his fearless approach throughout. If you’re still a little unsure why Ricardo Dos Santos was so universally respected in the surfing spectrum, the clips in this edit are a really good start. RIP.
Quiksilver just post a new video of Kanoa Igarashi, Leonardo Fioravanti, Koa Rothman, Noa Mizuno and Reef McIntosh in Hawaii yesterday.
Immerse yourself in some Hawaiian gold with Owen Wright, Matt Wilkinson, Gabriel Medina, Mick Fanning, Kekoa Bacalso and Dillon Perillo as they surf some early winter season size in the lead up to The Pipe Masters, and the highlight of the year – the clinching of the 2014 ASP World Title.
Punching a shark to fend off an attack may seem like a myth. But for one Hawaii woman, the move was a lifesaver. Surfer McKenzie Clark left a shark attack with only minor injuries after friend Brian Wargo warded off the 12-foot tiger shark with his fists Friday morning.
If you’re named after legendary Hawaiian surfer Steve Cooney, then you’ve got a lot to live up to. It seems like five-year-old Stevee Roberson isn’t letting his namesake down.
Tahitian surfer Mateia Hiquily had a pretty good year in terms of trips and waves. From Tahiti to Indo to Mexico to Hawaii and back to Tahiti. Here’s a recap.
Brazil’s Gabriel Medina making it look too easy. Jump into an aerial masterclass with the world number one as he tears apart the North Shore, Hawaii. #SurfingIsEverything
Jill Hansen, a pro surfer turned model who is accused of attempted murder in Hawaii, is described by local surfers as a charismatic woman who enjoyed taking on waves in Newport Beach when she lived in Southern California a few years ago.
OB and Co. redefine rainy days with puddle surfing, river running and shorepound madness. For normal folks on rainy days, you got a few options. Boardgames. Some light to heavy reading. House chores. Binge watching both seasons of House of Cards. Yoga. You keep it pretty quiet, right? They are days of reflection, calm and catch-up duties. Not in Jamie’s house, baby. As witnessed in Episode 5, rainy days for JOB’s clique can only mean three things: puddle surfing, river ripping and Waimea shorepound packing.