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
Six World Surf League Aussie superstars will represent Australia at this year’s International Surfing Association World Surfing Games
John John Florence’s success secures his hold at World No. 1, which he has maintained since winning the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach earlier this year
The win puts Peterson’s winning tally up to four CT victories and marks her first victory in Western Australia. In sizeable Main Break conditions,
Yesterday Lakey Peterson and John John Florence took out the Margaret River Pro, the fourth stop on the 2019 World Surf League Championship Tour
Lakey Peterson unleashed the heat of the 2019 season so far with the top two-wave total of the year, a near perfect 18.83 in QF 4 against Stephanie Gilmore
Stop number four on the 2019 World Surf League Championship Tour, has been called on today in four to six-foot conditions at Main Break,
Stephanie Gilmore and Kanoa Igarashi won the Corona Bali Protected the third stop on the 2019 World Surf League championship.
Kanoa Igarashi won his first CT event title today after taking down a stacked field of veterans and first CT Win for Japan
Gilmore, seven-time WSL Champion, came into the Corona Bali Protected sitting in fifth place on the Jeep Leaderboard and took out the win.
Aussie Jack Freestone has taken out the Red Bull Airborne Bali, a World Surf League speciality event that highlights aerial surfing.
Current World Number One’s John John Florence and Caroline Marks Fly Through their Seeding rounds at the Corona Bali Protected
The Corona Bali Protected has welcomed back the worlds best surfers for the start of the third stop on the World Surf League CT.
Billly Stairmand and Kirra Belle-Olsson have won the 2019 Gold Coast Open yesterday, in 2-3ft waves at Burleigh Point. Crowds swarmed to Burleigh Hill