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Huntington Beach Sets a World Record For World’s Largest Paddle Out

Huntington Beach Sets a World Record For World’s Largest Paddle Out

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.

Video: The Cream Of Keramas

Video: The Cream Of Keramas

Keramas is surfing’s high flying, fast living epicenter. Take a walk on it’s wild side!

Study Buddies: Garut Widiarta And Pepen Hendrik

Study Buddies: Garut Widiarta And Pepen Hendrik

Garut Widiarta is facing his biggest test of the year: the Rip Curl Cup at Padang Padang. Show up unprepared against the world’s best barrel hunters at the Balinese Pipeline and you’re guaranteed to fail. But Garut is no C-student. He’s the 2014 Rip Curl Cup Champion, with a near perfect attendance record at Padang […]

Break Down The Ins and Outs of Padang Padang

Break Down The Ins and Outs of Padang Padang

Padang Padang is the jewel in Balinese surfing’s crown but it is a rare gem, and scoring this mythical wave is easier said than done. Reigning event champion Garut Widiarta to break down what makes the wave tick, and he gave us an in-depth look at the mechanics of Padang Padang.

Video: SuperSuck Sessions

Video: SuperSuck Sessions

Indonesia’s Supersuck turning on in a big way for Luke Hynd, Andrew Mooney and Riley Laing.

Countdown to 2017 Rip Curl Cup Padang Padang Begins

Countdown to 2017 Rip Curl Cup Padang Padang Begins

In just a few weeks the surfing world’s attention will turn to the Indonesian island of Bali when the Rip Curl Cup returns to the storied lefthand barrels of Padang Padang. The opening ceremony kicks off the action to surfing’s premier renegade contest on July 9.

PSCT Marks The Beginning of Professional Surfing League in Philippines

PSCT Marks The Beginning of Professional Surfing League in Philippines

The Philippine Surfing Championship Tour (PSCT) exists to establish, maintain, operate, and organize professional surfing competitions and other related events in and around the country. The goal is to boost the surf tourism and raise world-class Filipino surfers who can represent the Philippines in international competitions including the 2018 Asian Games and 2020 Olympics.