Rip Curl Grom Search: Stop #3

posted by / News / August 11, 2009

Photos by: Daniel Pullen The mid-Atlantic’s top tier teens and pre-teens flocked to the Outer Banks this past Saturday to

Reeling In The Years

posted by / News / August 11, 2009

NOAA turns 2008’s tropical season into epic film Some hurricane seasons never stop. Some never start. With 2009 being the

Dream Team

posted by / News / August 8, 2009

Team USA wins the Billabong ISA World Surfing Games in Costa Rica for the first time in 13 years Billabong

Calling All Groms

posted by / News / August 8, 2009

Junior Grudge Match tells any competitor under 20 to ‘bring it on.’ What happens in Jersey, doesn’t always stay there.

Lost and SURFING at the Waterman’s Golf Tournament

posted by / Event, News / August 6, 2009

The …lost/SURFING Magazine Hole Four at the Waterman’s Golf Tournament, held at the St. Regis in Dana Point, went off

Timmy Reyes chases swell in Mexico

posted by / News / August 6, 2009

Californian Timmy Reyes steps off the beaten path between world tour events. heck out his latest adventure south of the

Deadline Extended For Follow The Light Foundation Grant

posted by / News / August 6, 2009

Follow the Light Foundation Announces Extended Date For Submissions The 2009 Follow the Light Foundation Surf Photographers Grant and change

Re-Form

posted by / News / August 4, 2009

SURFING’S iconic lensman Rob Gilley is back at the helm of Pacific Surf Gallery After a 4 year hiatus, one

Insight from a bus

posted by / News / August 3, 2009

Insight from a bus By Roving Art Guy Scott Chenoweth It’s chaos. It smells of fermented free souls. It’s loud…deafening,

No Easy Street

posted by / News / August 1, 2009

Andrew Gesler takes the hard road, winning his way back into the Garden State Grudge Match Jersey surfers dig adversity.

The Plot Thickens

posted by / News / July 31, 2009

Further news of a breakaway pro tour surfaces Speculation is always dangerous. Real estate in California circa 2007. Birthing a

Sunshine and Reeling Rights at Noosa

posted by / News / July 31, 2009

Christian Wach’s Australian Travel Blog, Part 2 We had a long forty-five days ahead of us. The points were flat

The Drifter Trailer

posted by / News / July 31, 2009

A sneak peek at Poor Specimen’s new Rob Machado project: The Drifter. Drifter Trailer from Poor Specimen on Vimeo.

Arms Rested?

posted by / News / July 30, 2009

Put Last Weeks Sessions To Work For Tomorrow By Matt Walker You surfed your favorite spots for days on end

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