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  • Vergara steals the show at the Aussie Longboard Open

    27 March, 2015 - LONGBOARD: Victoria Vergara, France has caused the upset of the Australian Longboard Surfing Open, by taking out World Champion and local girl Chelsea Williams in a great strategic competition, in the Pretty Shady LQS Women’s Pro.

  • Holly Wawn wins North Beach Pro Junior in Taranaki

    26 March, 2015 - WSL JQS: Holly Wawn took her first World Surf League (WSL) win at the New Zealand Home Loans Surf Festival defeating fellow Australian Isabella Nichols in stormy but good 1m plus surf at Fitzroy Beach Taranaki.

  • From miniguns to displacement hulls, Andreini talks shop

    25 March, 2015 - DESIGN: It’s fair to say there’s a cult following to Marc Andreini. His boards sell out of specialty surf shops quickly and orders stack up quickly. In a new video Andreini provides insight about a board he's building for the Ultimate Craftsman Project at the Boardroom Show and gives us a little history to its evolution. So how did the current must-have Andreini design evolve?

  • Five quick tips to make you and your surfing stronger

    24 March, 2015 - FITNESS: Surfing requires some seriously dynamic movement. While even the most conditioned of gym rat surfers will tell you that there's no replacement for time spent in the water, there's certainly heaps one can do to improve not only their performance in the water, but their overall surfing health.

  • Creators: Paul Ferraris steps back to get into the photo

    22 March, 2015 - CREATORS: Paul Ferraris is stuck in time. He loves 1970s Jeff Divine rainbows, 35mm film and those crazy transition-era surfboards. The current vernacular for this in surfing is ‘timeless’. It sounds better than ‘retro-ted’ and generally goes well with surf photography as a whole.

  • Interview: Cheyne Magnusson turns fun into a career

    22 March, 2015 - INTERVIEWS: According to Cheyne's mother Jill, "Cheyne could ride a skateboard before he could walk.” What happened in the years after he learned to walk went like this: 2000 Men's Hawaiian State Champ; heavy video and magazine presence; starring role in an embarrassing reality TV show (and what reality TV shows aren’t embarrassing?) and then a famous battle with China Air over $1,050 in board bag fees.

  • Keala Kennelly crowned Surf N Sea Pipe Pro champion

    21 March, 2015 - WSL QS: Kauai's Keala Kennelly, 36, drew upon every ounce of her Pipeline and competitive experience today to win the Surf N Sea Pipeline Women's Pro, presented by Brazilian Show Room. A seasoned professional and big wave specialist who has been ranked as high as #2 in the world, Kennelly was unstoppable in waves that ranged from clean 4- to 6-foot barrels in the morning, to hefty double-overhead, wind-blown beach break conditions in the final.

  • Site of fatal attack to test sonic mesh shark repellant

    19 March, 2015 - SHARKS: New South Whales will become a trial site for a state-of-the-art "sonic mesh" designed to keep sharks from entering areas frequented by swimmers, surfers and the like.

  • Stoke or Terror? Tubed baby polarizes surf community

    18 March, 2015 - CULTURE: The video of a 9-month-old baby getting tubed has divided the online community. One camp says this is clearly a stoked baby and the other camp says the child’s face expresses a terror that can only be undone with years of therapy.

  • Carissa Moore out as Surf n Sea Pipeline Pro kicks off

    17 March, 2015 - WSL QS: Current world #1 Carissa Moore, home for a brief respite between Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour events in Australia, scored a few clean barrels during warm-up this-morning at the Surf n Sea Pipeline Pro. But when the competition officially began, Moore seemed content to encourage her challengers and share in their experience than assert the dominance that took her to #1 at the Roxy Pro Gold Coast last week. While she didn't advance today, her presence alone was insp

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Mason Ho named Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach wildcard
Day 1 dawns for the Australian Longboard Surfing Open
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Kids 3-12 years old take over Queen's surf for two days
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Mason Ho named Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach wildcard
Day 1 dawns for the Australian Longboard Surfing Open
Kai Hing lays claim to first win of the NZ Surf Festival
Julie Cox on the pains of exostosis, uh, surfer's ear
Kids 3-12 years old take over Queen's surf for two days

Videos

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Rising star Diego Silva’s Hawaii highlight reel
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