“After the success of the first one, they built a road into the break (at Uluwatu). I used to love walking in along the track – this narrow goat track with cactus either side, and stiles you had to climb over. I always regretted that we inadvertently caused that.”
If May means one thing in Indonesia it’s that the wet season has gone dry, and the swell floodgates have opened instead. True to form, the first big low of the season reared up recently, with just enough west in the swell to entice Marlon Gerber and Mikala Jones to strike out for the far […]
Bethany Hamilton (USA) has once again scored the wildcard to the fifth stop on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), the Outerknown Fiji Pro.
Pauline Ado (FR) has just won the Gold Medal at the 2017 ISA World Surfing Games. Held at the Grande Plage in Biarritz, France, the event offered up small but fun conditions for three straight days. And through a superstar final featuring some of the world’s best female surfers, it was Team France’s Pauline Ado […]
An old footage shows narrow tricky place every surfer has to pass to get to the famous surf spot in Uluwatu Bali. It starts easy but at around 1 min in the video its getting really uncomfortable.
Join Tai Graham and friends as they endure the ferries and driving required to tackle a Desert Point swell head on. From days of hanging out sharing laughs, to patching up each other’s wounds and writing off each other’s waves, it’s a simple life in the dust bowl, and the Deserts Rats wouldn’t have things any other way.
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In this episode Mick Fanning fails at the buffet, Tyler Wright crew, secret pre-heat training techniques, a topless game of paddle ball, and a trip to the coast.
Adriano de Souza (BRA) claimed a passionate victory today at the fourth stop on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), the Oi Rio Pro presented by Corona, after besting Adrian Buchan (AUS) in six-to-eight foot (2 – 2.5 metre) conditions at Praia de Itaúna in Saquarema.
Brad Domke went to the infamous slab in Tahiti known as Teahupo’o back in 2015 with his finless skimboard. It wasn’t one of those perfect days, either–one of those times when the wave needs to be scrutinized a little more than usual. But with Raimana’s help, Domke successfully managed to navigate one of the world’s […]