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  • World's best women surfers ignite Vans US Open of Surfing

    28 July, 2015 - WSL CT: Stop No. 6 on the Samsung Galaxy World Surf League Women’s Championship Tour kicked off today with Round 1 following action from the Men’s Qualifying Series (QS) 10,000 event, which completed the remaining heats of Round 1 in three-to -four foot surf at the Vans US Open of Surfing.

  • Big scores and surprise upsets Round 1 of Vans US Open

    27 July, 2015 - WSL QS: The World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) 10,000 event got started with a bang today in fun conditions at the Vans US Open Of Surfing. Competition ran through Heats 1 – 12 of Round 1 in three-to-four foot surf at Huntington Beach.

  • Tati West defeats Conlogue to claim the Supergirl Pro

    26 July, 2015 - WSL WQS: The Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro Women’s QS6000 cape was donned by a new champion Sunday afternoon as Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) battled through victory-at-sea conditions to earn a win over Courtney Conlogue (USA) and is now the Qualification Series (QS) points leader. Weston-Webb joins an elite group of women, including Conlogue, who have won this event and did so keeping true to her game plan.

  • Nail-biter finish closes out Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro for Saturday

    25 July, 2015 - WSL WQS: Day two of the three-day Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro — the largest all-women’s surf contest in the world and the only WSL Women’s QS6000 event in the continental U.S. — wrapped with an intense afternoon of surfing as former champ Malia Manuel (HAW) narrowly escaped elimination on her last wave in the Round of 24 and defending champ, Sage Erickson (USA), came from behind in the final few seconds of her heat.

  • Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro kicks off in Oceanside

    24 July, 2015 - WSL QS: Oceanside: Day one of the three-day Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro — the largest all-women’s surf contest in the world and the only WSL Women’s QS6000 event in the continental U.S. — saw a field of 108 narrowed to 64 on Friday, grinding through nearly three rounds. Action resumes tomorrow at 8 a.m. PST with the final three heats in the Round of 72 before the CT powerhouses take to the water at the iconic Oceanside Pier.

  • Jamie O'Brien gets barrelled at Teahupoo - oh, and he was on fire!

    23 July, 2015 - Teahupo’o, Tahiti - It’s easy to see how Jamie O’Brien became known as one of surfing’s most entertaining figures. He's a barrel-riding master, movie producer, prankster and all-around game changer. Not to mention the star of a successful web series now in it’s fourth season, Who Is JOB 5.0. Determined to make the latest installment of the original series his wildest one yet, JOB turns up the heat - literally

  • Rave On: Wavegarden nightsurf sessions dreamy & rippable

    22 July, 2015 - WAVE-POOLS: Wavegarden recently conducted a series of tests at their headquarters in Northern Spain in order to check how its technology can improve different aspects of the surfing experience. The first of such tests focused on surfing at nighttime, using a state-of-the-art lighting system and featuring the talents of former European surf champion Vincent Duvignac, big wave surfers Natxo Gonzalez and Axi Muniain and Zar

  • "I wanted to go down fighting," says Mick Fanning

    21 July, 2015 - SHARKS: It’s the most famous final in WSL history: Mick Fanning vs. Julian Wilson at Jeffreys Bay. A shark bumped into Mick knocking him off his board and into the water, but more importantly landing him dead front and center in the international media spotlight.

  • Mick Fanning attacked by shark during live webcast

    19 July, 2015 - SHARKS: Mick Fanning is lucky to escape without injury after being bumped and pursued by a shark during the final heat of the JBay Open against Julian Wilson. Just a few minutes into the final the shark came at Fanning, swung around and then knocked him off his board.

  • Gabriel beats Mick, Kelly in JBay superheat: Finals tomorrow

    18 July, 2015 - WSL CT: After three lay days competition resumed today at the J-Bay Open, stop No. 6 on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT). The event ran through Round 4 at Jeffreys Bay before being called off and set the stage for an exciting Finals Day tomorrow.

More News

Volcom Super Groms take lessons at Lakey Peak, Sumbawa
French uber-grom Kyllian Guerin signs on with Reef
London Surf / Film Festival names official dates for 2015
Billabong re-signs Jack Freestone to sponsorship deal
Australian Travis Grant wins Molokai2Oahu paddleboard
Vans brand up 23 percent in the second quarter
Lena Hannan claims Roxy SUP race at Fistral Bay
Seabass hits prime North Point and pumping Keramas
Paskowitz Family sues Lionsgate, Polsky Films over TV rights
Surfers Against Sewage Announces Global Wave Conference
Kalani David & Miguel Tudela claim US Open trials spots
Delahaye & Canales take Peña Txuri Junior Pro Sopela wins
Lena Hannan claims Roxy SUP race at Fistral Bay
Seabass hits prime North Point and pumping Keramas
Paskowitz Family sues Lionsgate, Polsky Films over TV rights
Surfers Against Sewage Announces Global Wave Conference
Kalani David & Miguel Tudela claim US Open trials spots
Delahaye & Canales take Peña Txuri Junior Pro Sopela wins

Videos

Dreamtime: Two Polish surfers embark on 'lost' journey

"Lost at Sea" follows two Polish surfers drifting through the richer wave zones of France and Spain

Teahupo'o Code Orange swell highlight reel
Skaters have Barcelona; Surfers have the Mentawai
Peña Txuri Junior Pro Sopela 2015 Final Day
Crash course in surf fitness by Paul Norris & Extreme Athletics
Wanderlust is alive and well in "Sojourn" trailer

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Sanuk's Knock Out, Casa Barco & Sideline deliverSanuk
Super compact HERO4 Session opens more possibilitiesGoPro
GoPro HERO+ LCD delivers with built-in touch displayGoPro
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Introducing the OGIO All Elements PackOGIO
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