Rip Curl released the first episode of a new series entitled “Really Really Really Good Surfers”. First episode is coming from Matt Wilkinson, fresh of a heater on the Gold Coast in which he shared the final with good mate Owen Wright.
Italo Ferreira, the Brazilian Championship Tour surfer known for his explosive surfing and jaw-dropping airs, reportedly injured himself after a landing went wrong.
Inspirational surfer and phenom Bethany Hamilton was awarded the wildcard slot for the World Surf League (WSL) Wahine Pipe Pro QS1,000, her competitive debut for 2017, while North Shore notable Barron Mamiya returned home for the Pipe Pro Junior event after clinching his second win of the season at the Papara Pro Junior Tahiti just […]
sometimes that just isn’t in the cards. Here’s to growing from shitty circumstances.
A bodyboarder who was bitten on the bottom by a three-metre shark claims he was able to fight it off by punching it several times.
Stephanie Gilmore claimed victory today at the Roxy Pro Gold Coast, the opening stop on the World Surf League Championship Tour, in four-to-six foot waves at the world-famous Snapper Rocks. An incredible finals day delivered the Australian event champions, Gilmore will take the coveted Jeep Leaders’ Jersey heading into the next event on the CT, […]
15 months ago, Owen Wright suffered a severe brain injury at Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu. It had the potential to not only end his career, but his life. And at the start of the year, no one knew what was coming.
A surfer on the Gold Coast of Australia was sharing the waves with a pod of dolphins when one of them jumped from a wave and body-slammed him.
The first women’s event of the 2017 World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), the Roxy Pro Gold Coast, kicked off today in two-to-three foot (1 metre) conditions at the world-famous Snapper Rocks located on the Gold Coast of Australia. The event witnessed fiery exchanges and intense action as the women set out to win their […]
Performance without sacrificing style. Much like Dillon Perillo’s surfing, an eye pleasing approach is paired with dynamic progression.