Carissa Moore, Lakey Peterson, Caroline Marks, and Sally Fitzgibbons all advanced into the Rip Curl…
Filipe Toledo posted another major performance despite recurring back pain advancing into the Quarterfinals, forcing theWorld Title to Hawaii
Gabriel Medina had his round 16 heat in the bag with two big scores against Caio Ibelli and conditions favoured his dynamic style and aerial prowess but…
It’s that time of year when we reach the penultimate stop on the 2019 World Surf League Championship Tour with the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal kicking off today running through to October 28.
Gold Coast local Mitch Parkinson made it to the final with clutch performances all event, posting perfect and excellent scores in the final minutes of his heats to progress to the next round
Lakey Peterson and Gabriel Medina won the World Surf League Freshwater Pro presented by Outerknown today in California at Kelly Slaters Surf Ranch.
It’s been announced for the first time in five years; the World Surf League will return to the island of the pristine shoes of New Zealand for the Piha Pro
Team Australia’s campaign at the ISA World Surfing Games has provided valuable time together as a group, and given them an Aloha Cup Victory.
Today, Owen Wright won the Tahiti Pro Teahupo’o stop number seven on the World Surf League Championship Tour, in six to eight foot conditions
Leroy Bellet is not your average twenty year old; he’s revolutionising the surfing world with his iconic photography, earlier this year his snaps shook….
The world’s best surfers have arrived at the world-famous reef pass of Teahupo’o for Stop No. 7 of 11 on the World Surf League
The World Surf League revealed it would collaborate with ‘ Glowing Glowing Gone; a global campaign for greater action for coral reef conversation
The Vans US Open wrapped in solid three to five foot conditions at Huntington Beach culminating in Sage Erickson and Yago Dora taking out the title
which included offsetting its carbon footprint, eliminating single-use plastics and restoring event site coastlines at all Tour and Big Wave events.
Today marks one year until Surfing makes its Olympic debut in Tokyo and the world’s best surfers are halfway through their journey to Qualification.
Carissa Moore and Gabriel Medina have taken out the Corona Open J-Bay the sixth stop on the 2019 World Surf League, boosting their championship fights
Lakey Peterson and Courtney Conlogue are into the J-Bay Quarterfinals, With the stage now set for a blockbuster finish in Jeffereys Bay.
This morning at Kirra Beach the World Surf League’s best joined members of the ocean community at the Australian instalment of a worldwide paddle out