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  • World’s best juniors kick off games at Okuragahama beach

    ISA JUNIORS: A record-breaking 41 countries officially inaugurated the 2017 VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship in Hyuga, Japan on Saturday afternoon. 306 of the world’s best junior surfers hailing from all continents of the globe paraded with their teams through the heart of Hyuga for the event’s Opening Ceremony. The Ceremony also featured the ISA’s signature Sands

  • Surfersvillage Interview: Meet Jo Dennison, a real life Rick Kane

    INTERVIEWS: When Surf Snowdonia openend up the first public wave pool with Wavegarden technology, Welsh champion Jo Dennison took the position as resident pro. Technically "Water Operations Manager" (but doesn't 'resident pro' sound cooler?) it means she overseas everything that goes down in the Surf Snowdonia pool from surf instructer break times and live-saving diligence to ejecting kids for peeing. She's quite busy.

  • Olympic teams take training run at Wavegarden Cove

    WAVEPOOL: In 2017, teams from 47 nations made their way to Biarritz, France, with their hearts set on picking up a medal in the ISA World Surfing Games. A few of the teams got to sample the Wavegarden technology in the

  • Lima shines with near-perfect 18.10 heat at Swatch Pro

    WSL CT: The Swatch Pro and Hurley Pro at Trestles flew through a full day of competition in three-to-four foot (1 - 1.2 metre) conditions at Lower Trestles. The morning kicked off with the remaining eight heats of men’s Round 2 and then continued with women’s Round 2 and the first two heats of Round 3. Reigning WSL Champion and current World N

  • Jordy, Filipe, Seabass shine as Hurley Pro kicks off

    WSL CT: The Hurley Pro at Trestles kicked off today with Round 1 and the first four heats of Round 2 in three-to-four foot (1 - 1.2 metre) waves at Lower Trestles. With the Top 5 surfers on the Jeep Leaderboard separated by less than 5,000 points

  • Team Australia capture final Gold as France takes silver

    ISA WORLDS: Team Australia capped off a historic week of competition in Denmark and continued their dominance in the ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship, edging out France and New Zealand to earn the overall Team Gold Medal. Coming into the Final day of competition in Vorupør, located on Denmark's nort

  • Conlogue fires out the gates on Day 1 of Swatch Pro

    WSL CT: The opening day of the Swatch Pro at Trestles kicked off today with Round 1 in two-to-four foot waves. The women took full advantage of the famed cobblestone break of Lower Trestles and pushed the boundaries of surfing with innovative performances in the opening heats of the event.

  • Jorgann Couzinet takes big win at Pantin Classic

    WSL QS: Jorgann Couzinet has won the Pull&Bear Pantin Classic Galicia Pro over Michael Rodrigues in an exciting final. Waves in the two-to-three foot range offered both finalists plenty of opportunities to showcase their skills, as Couzinet and Rodrigues tried to fight the long day’s exhaustion and put on a good show for the crowd.

  • Creator Profiles: Jon Steele's journey from Texas to the world

    CREATORS: A prominent name in action sports photography, Jon Steele built his career as a photo editor, full time freelance photographer, writer, filmmaker and artist working in the editorial trenches of niche magazine departments and online publications

  • Coco Ho and Ramzi Boukhiam claim Anglet Pro titles

    WSL QS: Coco Ho and Ramzi Boukhiam have claimed the QS1,500 Pro Anglet titles today in two-foot waves. Their victories punctuated an exciting finals day that started with the semifinals in better conditions earlier in the day. Ho and Volcom teammate Maud Le Car

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