Outer Reefs In Nicaragua

posted by / News / July 30, 2009

A few months ago, SURFING scored on a recent trip to Nicaragua.  Here’s some video of the bigger days at

Facebook Reviews: September Issue

posted by / News / July 28, 2009

Last Thursday, we asked fans of SURFING Magazine on Facebook to write critical reviews of any feature from the On

A Glorious Shocker

posted by / News / July 26, 2009

The 2009 Hurley U.S. Open of Surfing is already being touted as the best ever. What the hell just happened?

ASP Top 17 Join Forces With SURFING Magazine

posted by / News / July 23, 2009

ASP Women’s World Tour 2010 ASP Top 17 Join Forces With SURFING Magazine Pictured (Right): Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 21, reigning

Kelly’s Magic Carpet

posted by / News / July 23, 2009

It’s no breaking news that Kelly Slater has been pushing the limits of surfing this year with his choice in

Big Wave Madam Maya Gabeira wins an Espy. What’s that? Apparently it’s quite a big deal actually…

posted by / News / July 23, 2009

Big Wave Madam Maya Gabeira wins an Espy. What’s that? Apparently it’s quite a big deal actually… By Rory Aaberg

Point Break Live Bank Robs San Clemente

posted by / Event, News / July 22, 2009

Gun shots, splattered blood, and LOADS of sunscreen stuck in your hair.

Volcom’s Blowfish Surf Series-Seaside Reef, Cardiff

posted by / Event, News / July 22, 2009

JULY 17, 2009 – SEASIDE REEF, CARDIFF Volcom Stones Blowfish Surf Series Seaside Reef, Cardiff As traffic began to bring

Gromsearch Video Elections | Stop #2 Kewalo Basin, Oahu, Hawaii

posted by / Event, News / July 21, 2009

More surfing videos on SurfingMagazine.com The second stop of the Rip Curl Grom Search Series at Kewalo Basin, Oahu, Hawaii

Good Enough For Taylor?

posted by / News / July 21, 2009

A few years ago — actually make that like 15 years ago — this clip would be the final part

Youse Want Some Of This?

posted by / News / July 20, 2009

“It’s about as close as surfing gets to boxing.” That’s Rob Cloupe’s take on the Smith Optics Garden State Grudge

Not So Stoked

posted by / News / July 17, 2009

NOT STOKED: Cartoon Network kills surfing– those bastards! By Matt Walker My dad never let me watch Laverne & Shirley.

Defending Champ at 15

posted by / News / July 17, 2009

The U.S. Open’s Youngest winner Malia Manuel prepares to defend her title By Travis Ferré Last year, underneath the concrete

Once Upon a Time in Mexico

posted by / News / July 15, 2009

SURFING’s On Location issue tells the heavy tales from Mexican travel Crossing the border these days is a leap of

My Playground: With Matt Wilkinson

posted by / News / July 15, 2009

MY PLAYGROUND: WITH MATT WILKINSON By Alex Ryden Matt Wilkinson ain’t a chump. He knows how hard getting paid to

2009 Billabong Pro J-Bay Day 2

posted by / News / July 14, 2009

The Big Bang It was the heat to end ‘em all – Jordy, Dane, a sand clogged J Bay and

Death, Taxes, Now This

posted by / News / July 14, 2009

Gorkin wins yet another East Coast comp at Wrightsville’s Reef/Sweetwater Pro By Matt Walker Three things you can count on

2009 Billabong Pro J-Bay Day 1

posted by / News / July 14, 2009

Beyond the webcast Today saw the not-so-riveting poor man’s round take place. That’s not to say nothing interested happened in

Pre-Heat Psyche: Occy Vs. Curren

posted by / Event, News / July 13, 2009

It’s knotted up at 8 wins apiece, who will come out on top? Find out tonight at 10:15 p.m. PST

Nathaniel Curran wins one…Round

posted by / News / July 13, 2009

Since winning the WQS last year, Nate Curran has performed poorly on the World Tour. And it’s seen him wear