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News > Surfing
  Saturday, 17 September 2016

Shorebreak Shenanigans on Foamies!

When the shorebreak was threatening to break shortboards, this bunch went to Costco and grabbed a cheap foamie each!
News > Surfing
  Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Painted Toenails and Longboards... Vic Vergara in Australia

In March, one of surfing's most beautiful surfers came to Australia. Victoria Vergara. On her trip she surfed the legendary point breaks and stole the attention of every surfer in the lineup those days, and now you get to watch.
News > Surfing
  Sunday, 11 September 2016

Locals are nothing but a speed bump for Medina!

While out training at Lower Trestles, California this week, Medina felt a little bump during a top turn. Oh well, just a local!
News > Surfing
  Saturday, 3 September 2016

No Band - No Barrels. Pay by the wave now in the Mentawais.

A new tax on tourist surfers aims to provide some income for the local communities in the Mentawai Islands. But should you pay for the privilege of enjoying what nature provides?
News > Surfing
  Sunday, 28 August 2016

Hey, What On Earth is That Surfboard?!

You might have seen some strange looking surfboards in your time, but have you seen all five of these ones?
News > Surfing
  Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Babes, Bikinis and the Magical Maldives

Cure the winter blues with a magical highlight reel from a trip to the Maldives, with the girls from Kaloea Bikinis.
News > Surfing
  Saturday, 20 August 2016

Does One Event Have the Power to Crown a World Champion?

Kelly isn't so sure about Olympic Surfing... But then again, he's got 11 good reasons to prefer the World Tour...
News > Surfing
  Saturday, 13 August 2016

Would you trust magnetic roof racks?

Since the 1920's, the golden era of classic 'Woodys' being used as surf cars, the roofs of said cars have been made from the same material as they are today: steel. It's so simple. So effective, yet it's taken the better part of 100 years to work this out
News > Surfing
  Saturday, 6 August 2016

John John Florence: The man with magnetic feet

Twelve: Episode 2 features some of the best aerial surfing you will ever see, and the only way we know how to explain it, is by the force of attraction...
News > Surfing
  Saturday, 6 August 2016

Surfing Will be An Olympic Sport in 2020!!!!

Four years from now - Surfers will be walking around a stadium in Tokyo, dressed in green and gold blazers, following a big sign that says 'Australia'.
News > Surfing
  Saturday, 30 July 2016

Watch These Guys Surf Invisible Surfboards!

Movie magic or not, watching a few guys surf invisible surfboards is super cool! But how did they do it?
News > Surfing
  Friday, 22 July 2016

Trouble Standing Up? Try These Tricks for Tall People!

Did you know the ideal weight for surfers is between 50 and 70kg? If you don't happen to be in that weight bracket, don't stress! Try these tips to improve your pop-up technique.
News > Surfing
  Saturday, 16 July 2016

Donald Brink Makes Weird Surfboards, that absolutely RIP!

"What makes me most excited, is when you see somebody riding something a little off the bat, but they're RIPPING. That's where it's at, and that's where we haven't been before."
News > Surfing
  Friday, 8 July 2016

Kelly Tried Lennys Hydrofoil - But Gave it Back!

Everyone who's tried hydrofoiling knows how difficult it is, but even the great Kelly Slater couldn't ride Kai's foiling surfboard!
News > Surfing
  Sunday, 3 July 2016

Rob Machado talks boards, and riding a 5'8" at Chopes

What would you do, if you were sitting out the back at Teahupoo, on a short, fat stubby board - and an 8ft set rolled in? You'd paddle into if you were Rob Machado, but how would the story end?

The Mexican Pipeline Goes OFF for Puerto Escondido Challenge

Sandy bottom. Lefts and rights. How hard can it be? Aussie surfer Jamie Mitchell takes on a MASSIVE Puerto Escondido Challenge with a perfect 10.

You won't see waves on the Sunny Coast Better than this!

Solid overhead. A couple of guys out. Not a cloud in the sky. Blue Water. Lefts and Rights. Beachie bliss.

Soul Surfing in Indo - 9ft and Single by Deus'

Sure the world tour is high octane action, but where's the soul? This surf comp had it, held by Deus in Bali, they say that the Canggu Rivermouth was the best it has EVER been, for a 4 day festival for single fins.

Sydney's Big Wave Spot is Now the Worlds Most Famous

A place known to locals as 'ours', has become the worlds most known break this week, which is funny considering that 360 days of the year, it doesn't break at all!
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