Blood From The Road

posted by / News / August 17, 2007

CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS HEREField notes from the Bali IssueMikala Jones takes on the slab The road is long and […]

One Leg Up

posted by / News / August 17, 2007

World title contenders Damien Hobgood and Taj Burrow lick their wounds before TrestlesTaj Burrow is battling the clock to get […]

SeaPaddle NYC

posted by / News / August 16, 2007

Legendary surfers paddle around Manhattan Island to raise money for autism and the environment Once again a powerhouse group of […]

Surfing Magazines Art Of Surfing Is On This Sunday

posted by / News / August 16, 2007

Surfing as an art form is about to be recognized in a big way. On August 19, the city of […]

A Bugs Eye View

posted by / News / August 16, 2007

The ASP’s {{{Rabbit}}} Bartholomew Checks In As The WQS Battle Intensifies for Fifteen Spots on Foster’s ASP World TourSouth African […]

Glacier Tsunami Tow-Surfing Success

posted by / News / August 15, 2007

Hawaii tow-in surfing team Garrett McNamara and Kealii Mamala have just returned from Alaska where they became the first – […]

Going Green With Simple Shoes

posted by / News / August 15, 2007

With SURFING’s annual Green Issue about to hit newsstands, we thought it would be appropriate to hit up a few […]

Joey Buran Named Team USA Head Coach

posted by / News / August 15, 2007

Surfing America, theNational Governing Body for the sport of surfing in the USA, is excited toannounce the appointment of Joey […]

Beachleys Havaianas Bust

posted by / News / August 14, 2007

The ${{{100}}},000 Beachley Classic — biggest event on the ASP women’s WCT — is under heavy pressure to survive after […]

Ghost Tree Off Limits?

posted by / News / August 12, 2007

The Coastal Commission supports a PWC ban at {{{Ghost}}} Tree and Moss Landing but keeps the door open at Maverick’s […]

Ben Bourgeois Wins The Rip Curl BoardMasters

posted by / News / August 12, 2007

“I’ve been on a little roll lately and I just wanted to keep it going here in England. I was […]

Kelly Slater Goes Carbon Neutral

posted by / News / August 10, 2007

In SURFING’s upcoming Greeen Issue, we announce that we’ve partnered with the non-profit Carbonfund and gone “carbon neutral.” It appears […]

Surfing Magazines Surfer/ShaperTrip for the 2007 Surfboard Issue – Update # 3

posted by / News / August 10, 2007

Bankvaults opens up for Mikala JonesIt’s an unfamiliar sight. Four world-class surfboard shapers from every corner of the globe––Australia, Hawaii, […]

Occy Mesmorized By G-Land Barrels

posted by / News / August 8, 2007

Occy logged in a little barrel time himself (shot via helecopter)1999 world surfing championMARK OCCHILUPO (AUS) has no doubt an […]

Big Stink Big Finish

posted by / News / August 8, 2007

Enviro-activist Margo Pellegrino reflects on her 2000-mile paddle up the East Coast“I wanted to make a big stink.” That’s how […]

Surfing Magazines Surfer/ShaperTrip for the 2007 Surfboard Issue – Update # 2

posted by / News / August 7, 2007

Josh. Spinning.It was a slow-clap moment. A movie ender. One of those times when even a hoot isn’t quite enough. […]

Wheres Lizzy: A Retro Active Update From Captain Lizzy

posted by / News / August 7, 2007

We’re going back — way back to April — it has been such a busy summer between crossing the Pacific […]

National Scholastic Surfing Association Gets A Whole New Look

posted by / News / August 6, 2007

The turn that inspired the new logoThirty years ago, when the best amateur organization in the nation had its humble […]

Ben Bourgeois Takes One Giant Leap Toward Qualification In Japan

posted by / News / August 6, 2007

Bourgeois has put himself in the 4th overall position on the WQS It was the noble thing to do. Back […]

Gabe Kling Wins 2007 Yumeya Billabong Pro

posted by / News / August 5, 2007

Kling takes out Ben Bourgeois in an all East Coast final at the 6 star WQS event in Japan Kling […]