Huntington Beach now holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest paddle out. This week 511 surfers left the shore on the north side of Huntington Beach Pier, paddled out several hundred yards and joined hands, as quoted from Surfers Village.
Dana Brown had a dream that one day he’d be able to drive the van he lived in on the other side of the country to Huntington Beach to surf.
Rodriguez was among about 40 new surfers who gathered at Huntington State Beach on Tuesday for surf lessons – and life lessons – with a purpose: to help the homeless.
Sixty-six stoked surfers on Saturday set a Guinness world record for the most people riding a single board at once. Surf champions and local heroes were among those who hung loose on a custom built, 42-foot board off Huntington Beach in California.
Surf City USA is living up to its name by attempting to break not one, but two Guinness World Records on June 20, 2015. The quest to set new global records for both “World’s Largest Surfboard” and “Most People Riding a Surfboard at Once” is anticipated to be witnessed by a crowd of thousands in Huntington Beach, California, and by one official Guinness World Records judge.
Dogs took to the waves on Sunday to compete in the Surf City Surf Dog competition in Huntington Beach, California.
Eight people were arrested after police fired tear gas at a violent and unruly mob who refused to leave downtown Huntington Beach in the aftermath of the U.S Open of Surfing on Sunday.
Coco and Lakey put on blindfolds at Huntington Beach to see what Derek, err, sees when he surfs.
Vans® and International Management Group (IMG) today officially announce a three-year partnership encompassing Vans’ title sponsorship of the US Open of Surfing. Re-igniting the future of surfing’s most prestigious contest, Vans and IMG aim to engage the surf industry back to its roots, advocating an all-inclusive, world-class surfing competition and cultural festival.
The biggest show on surf known as the U.S. Open of Surfing is set to hit Huntington Beach next week, bringing with it the masses that flock to the sand to be a part of all the spectacle and festivities for nine days straight.