With the winter wave season winding down in Hawaii, JOB heads south to Mexico. To keep himself amused, JOB imports Poopies for his first ever trip out of the country. Can Poopies make it to Mexico with less than $200? Will Poopies finally get to ride a bull? You’ll have to watch to find out, but for sure they got plenty of waves!
Pat Curren and Brisa Hennessy wins the 10 year anniversary Rip Curl GromSearch International final in the best conditions ever seen for a GromSearch final at Lakey peak, Sumbawa, Indonesia.
OB and Co. redefine rainy days with puddle surfing, river running and shorepound madness. For normal folks on rainy days, you got a few options. Boardgames. Some light to heavy reading. House chores. Binge watching both seasons of House of Cards. Yoga. You keep it pretty quiet, right? They are days of reflection, calm and catch-up duties. Not in Jamie’s house, baby. As witnessed in Episode 5, rainy days for JOB’s clique can only mean three things: puddle surfing, river ripping and Waimea shorepound packing.
For the final act of the Billabong XXL Awards, five surfers lined up on stage to see who had won the most coveted award of the event. The Ride of the Year award had loomed large for the entirety of the show. Between each presentation, each surfer was depicted in a short film, self-narrating the day and the moment they caught that memorable wave that had brought them to this nomination.
Cooper Chapman latest release features a trip to Indonesia and some very solid surfing.
It’s not every day Australian surfer Sally Fitzgibbons steps outside her comfort zone of the hot sun and big waves at the beach. But while her competitors are enjoying the off-season and summer, the 23-year-old was filmed honing her skills in Nova Scotia – where temperatures were -4C and wintery winds were blowing at more than 130km/h.
Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Round 4 competition continued at Rincon immediately following Round 3, with Taj Burrow leading the 30 minute affair over defending event champion Adriano de Souza and Adam Melling from start to finish.
A shade of Soli Storm Bailey, captured at P-Pass Micronesia. The only Australian in the water and one of the youngest, during one of the biggest swells thats hit there.
Quiksilver and world-champion surfer, Kelly Slater, have announced they will be discontinuing their 23-year partnership, effective April 1, 2014. Quiksilver has reached many milestones with Slater over the years, including 11 ASP World Titles, countless World Champion Tour victories and collaborations in developing his progressive and successful Quiksilver collection.
From battling through the shorebreak to taking off late on overhead waves, it’s remarkable to watch her in action. This is how she does it.