The Big Events of the Surfing World
Band Review - Surf Punks
The Surf Punks made surfing sound both stupid and dangerous. But it also sounded like a whole lot of fun when put to an infectious pop-punk rhythm. Come with me back to the early 80's and meet the mutant Beach Boys.
The Triple Crown of Surfing
The Triple Crown of Surfing has been surfing's ultimate test since 1983. It's Hawaii's test of the best, and its storied history has helped add both credibility and flavor to professional surfing, pushing surfing's greatest athletes to heroic feats in the world's heaviest waves.
Australian ASP World Title Threats Ready for Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro
IMBITUBA, Santa Catarina (Thursday, June 18, 2009) – Fresh off the Australian and South Pacific legs of the 2009 ASP World Tour, the world’s best surfers are preparing for ASP Dream Tour Stop No. 4 of 10, the Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro in Brazil from June 27 to July 5, 2009, with the Australian ASP World Title contenders leading the charge.
Billabong Pro Tahiti Opens Up With Explosive Elimination Round 1
Morrison, Otton, and Irons look solid heading into the next round of the Billabong Pro. Also, check out Germany's first pro offering, Marlon Lipke. Teahupo may not look and feel like Europe, but Lipke is ready for action.
Michel Bourez Dominates Opening Day of ASP 6-Star Prime 6.0 Lowers Pro
The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) 6-Star PRIME 6.0 Lowers Pro saw the opening day of America¹s first ASP 6-Star PRIME event end in dramatic fashion when ASP World Tour rookie Michel Bourez (Toahotu, PYF), 23, delivered the day¹s highest scores in the second-to-last heat of the day.
Surfing's Greatest Rivalries: Paddle Versus Tow
Tow surfing rose up to challenge the sport's status quo. Traditional paddling became old hat as the ease and efficiency of towing became evident. Why has the pendulum shifted back again?