Massive heart in mouth drops and huge pits Aritz Aranburu and Indar Unanue score big time in Nias. You can bet their visions out of these barrels won’t soon be forgotten.
The world’s best surfers are converging on South Africa for Stop No. 6 on the 2016 Samsung Galaxy WSL Championship Tour, the J-Bay Open, which will take place at the world-renowned righthand pointbreak of Jeffreys Bay from July 6 – 17, 2016.
Photo: Iuri Borba
A 10-hour flight from the capital, many hours in transit lounges and a 12-hour boat ride later, the old “orange saying” was confirmed when the group awoke in dawn’s early light to the sound of waves breaking: perfect 4- to 6-foot waves, turquoise and unbelievably hollow, on an uninhabited island with only driftwood scattered across […]
The 26-year-old Hawaiian, who lost her arm in a shark attack when she was just 13, continues to shock the world with her refusal to give up on her pro surfing dream. She’s already inspired millions, and there’s no sign of that light dimming.
Bethany Hamilton will join the world’s best female surfers for Stop No. 5 on the 2016 Samsung Galaxy WSL Championship Tour, the Fiji Women’s Pro, from May 29 – June 3, 2016.
Plenty of crew with Taj Burrow, Ezekiel Lau, Jay Davies, Kalani Ball, Jackson Baker, Harry Bryant, Brent Dorrington, Billy Stairmand, Dean Morrison and Chris Zaffis.
Episode one of web surfing series License to Chill starring Mason Ho and his friend Cheeseburger. Mason and Burger head to the luscious lefthanders of Bali where they meet up with Tom, Wardo, Pat Curren, Harry Bryant and John-Michael Turner. One thing is for sure, this is a web-series that you won’t want to miss.
“I’m not going to lie, that was a lot of hard work,” Tyler Wright said after clinching her third win of the season at the Oi Rio Women’s Pro. Directly after the final Wright and her fellow finalist Sally Fitzgibbons were recovering from a brutal beat down at the hands of Postinho’s powerful surf. “I […]
Continuing the Search for Indonesia’s best groms, Rip Curl kicked off Gromsearch #4 in the powerful beach break of Pantai Pajang in Bengkulu, SouthWest of Sumatra.