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  • Local lifeguard upsets top QS surfers in Anglet

    27 August, 2015 - WSL QS: A new four-to-five foot swell arrived overnight, allowing the Pro Anglet to resume the men’s event in firing conditions. An avalanche of high-scoring rides and mind-blowing performances decided the last sixteen surfers remaining in contention for a shot at the inaugural Pro Anglet title.

  • Women join the action on Day 2 of Pro Anglet

    26 August, 2015 - WSL QS: The Pro Anglet resumed on Day 2 in clean three-to-four foot waves at la Chambre d’amour to complete the men’s third round as well as the women’s first round and first four heats of the second round.

  • Jeremy Flores triumphs at the Billbong Pro Tahiti

    25 August, 2015 - WSL CT: Jeremy Flores (FRA) has won the Billabong Pro Tahiti in the Final bout against reigning WSL Champion Gabriel Medina (BRA) held in six foot surf at Teahupo’o. Stop No. 7 of 11 on the 2015 Samsung Galaxy WSL Championship Tour (CT) has been treated to incredible performances by the world’s best surfers, culminating today with Flores’ win.

  • CJ nails a 10 & Gabriel stays in as Billabong Pro nears end

    24 August, 2015 - WSL CT: The world’s best surfers battled dangerous conditions at Teahupo’o as competition ran through Rounds 3 and 4 of the Billabong Pro Tahiti, stop No. 7 on the 2015 Samsung Galaxy World Surf League Championship Tour. Four surfers earned a direct advance to the Quarterfinals and the stage is set for a thrilling Finals Day tomorrow, beginning with Round 5.

  • Maxime Huscenot claims the Lacanau Pro QS3000

    23 August, 2015 - WSL QS: Maxime Huscenot (FRA) 23, has won the 2015 Soöruz Lacanau Pro in an exciting final over recent Airwalk Pro Junior winner Nomme Mignot (FRA) 18. Powerful three-to-five foot surf arrived overnight to greet competitors on the final day in Lacanau, a day mostly dominated by French surfers with no less than six out of eight in the quarterfinals.

  • Exploring the hot-button topic of hand vs machine-shaped boards

    21 August, 2015 - DESIGN: I am sure the debate over the purity of surfboard shaping has been going on continuously probably since the electric hand planer was introduced. There must have been guys sitting in their garage bickering about how the “soul” of a surfboard gets lost when people started using electric tools to do the work where elbow grease, sweat and a few block planes were your shaping tool quiver.

  • U.S. pros flare in San Diego at latest RVLT Surf Series

    20 August, 2015 - CONTESTS: This past weekend saw perfect beach weather, record signups & International turnout for stop # 2 of the 2015 Revolt Summer Surf Series - Pier II Pier - Pro Am. Under warm sunny skies and smaller 1-3ft surf, over 100 surfers made their way to the Ocean Beach Pier last Saturday to compete for cash, prizes, trophies and RSSS Double Season Points.

  • Sunset Sons extend surf vibe to throngs of rock fans

    19 August, 2015 - INTERVIEWS: Sunset Sons are four friends – Rory, Jed, Rob and Pete – who came together through a love of surfing in Hossegor. The foursome cut their teeth playing gigs to rowdy snowboarding crowds in the French Alps before expanding their presence throughout Europe. The Anglo-Aussie four-piece were playing small cl

  • Wavegarden celebrates milestone with launch of Surf Snowdonia

    18 August, 2015 - WAVEPOOLS: Following several weeks of operation, Wavegarden, pioneers in man-made wave generating technology, expressed their joy with the successful opening of Surf Snowdonia in North Wales. Since Surf Snowdonia officially opened on August 1, 2015, bookings for professional surf lessons and free surf sessions have been practically booked solid. “Business is great”, exclaimed Martin Ainscough, the man responsible for bringing this innovative project to North

  • De Souza & Fanning out in Round 3 of Billabong Pro Tahiti

    17 August, 2015 - WSL CT: A day of high drama and upsets played out at the Billabong Pro Tahiti, stop No. 7 on the 2015 Samsung Galaxy World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT). Competition ran through the opening 8 Heats of Round 3 in fun three-to-five foot surf at Teahupo’o before being called off as conditions became inconsistent with the hide tide. A stacked match-up between reigning WSL Champi

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