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  • Board of the Week: Chemistry's sweet lil' Honey Dip

    29 May, 2015 - DESIGN: Chemistry's Jason Bennet is a ripper. Full on. Probably one of the best shaper/surfers out there, all things considered. And his boards show a certain level of understanding only surfers of his caliper seem to possess.

  • Who's the most popular surfer? Hint: he was named twice

    27 May, 2015 - INDUSTRY: Today Transworld released their most recent Exposure-Meter, rating how professional surfers rank against one another in the publicity department. Hawaiian hellraiser John John Florence topped the charts this round, over fellow Americans Dane Reynolds (3rd) and Kolohe Andino (2nd).

  • Russell Winter wins the Nightsurf event in Newquay

    26 May, 2015 - CONTESTS: The weekend of the 23rd and 24th May saw the 15th year of the Nightsurf take place at Fistral Beach in Newquay. Despite the fog and very challenging surf conditions the event was again a fantastic success.

  • Joel Centeio wins Local Motion QS1000 at Ala Moana

    25 May, 2015 - WSL QS: Joel Centeio has won the Local Motion Surf Into Summer Pro at Ala Moana Bowls - a WSL QS1,000 rated event. Centeio matched the perfection of excellent 5-foot barreling waves with record high scores throughout today's rounds.

  • Interview: Why is Chris Malloy making movies?

    24 May, 2015 - INTERVIEW: We caught up with Chris Malloy—pro surfer, filmmaker, clothing designer, Farm Leage co-founder—as he was stepping off yet another plane, returning from one of numerous premiers for his new Ramon Navarro bio-flick, The Fisherman's Son, which was made in partnership with Patagonia.

  • Icelandish: Rave-worthy moments on the far north of planet earth

    23 May, 2015 - VIDEO: It was a journey in search of waves to one of the coldest places in Europe, an odyssey where snow and ice are the protagonists. The surf in these conditions are often almost unbearable with winter temps sometimes hitting minus 25.

  • Local Motion Surf Into Summer kicks off at Bowls

    22 May, 2015 - WSL QS: Iconic Ala Moana Bowls returned to the WSL Hawaii schedule today with the Local Motion Surf Into Summer. Great waves in the 3 to 4 foot range offered the perfect stage for local professionals to battle it out for valuable ratings points. A QS1,000 rated event, 112 of Hawaii’s best turned out in force today.

  • XTreme Video brings San Diego Surf Film Fest to you
    XTreme Video brings San Diego Surf Film Fest to your screen

    21 May, 2015 - FILM: The San Diego Surf Film Festival is back for its 4th annual celebration. Filmmakers are championed for their joint efforts in an endless quest to capture and share the very special feeling of being a surfer.

  • How big was it? Check out the alternative wave scale

    20 May, 2015 - CULTURE: 8 foot and peeling, double overhead, 4 foot Hawaiian? Judging and communicating wave sizes can be a tricky business – different scales and methods abound, and everyone has their own peculiarities. To that end, our international traveling friends at LUEX have attempted a conversational surf report standard scale.

  • Go behind-the-scenes to experience the intensity of Rio

    19 May, 2015 - The crowd, the noise, the screaming … it looks like something from a One Direction concert. Brazilian girls go mad for John John Florence while Felipe Toledo needs a presidential security team to get him to the water’s edge. The latest episode of Tournotes broadcasts from ground zero at the Oi Rio Pro.

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