African Strike Mission: Update 1

posted by / News / February 9, 2009

I haven’t decided if I want to tell you exactly where we are. I’ll say, though, that we’re chasing down

Owen Wright Wins The Oakley Pro Junior

posted by / News / February 7, 2009

AUSTRALIAN surfing ace Owen Wright (Lennox Head, NSW) will get a crack at the world’s premier pro junior specialty event

Oakley Pro Junior: Day 4

posted by / News / February 6, 2009

THE ASP grade 5 Oakley Pro Junior is only a day away from crowning a new champion, with quarterfinalists decided

Oakley Pro Junior: Day 3

posted by / News / February 5, 2009

The surfing action was hotter than ever at North Stradbroke Island today, with day three of the ASP grade 5

Surfing Blog: Will It Blend?

posted by / News / February 5, 2009

I remember when Andy Irons rode Arakawa boards under HIC (I remember when he had an undercut, too, the poor

Oakley Pro Junior: Day 2

posted by / News / February 4, 2009

THE Oakley Pro Junior continued to roll on at North Stradbroke Island today, with top seeds wetting their rails in

Halftime Report

posted by / News / February 4, 2009

If you could have any type of sponsor, what would it be? Sickest clothing? Space-age boards? The hottest rubber? Well,

Oakley Pro Junior Kicks Off In Classic Main Beach Peaks

posted by / News / February 4, 2009

AUSTRALIA’S richest domestic junior surfing event exploded to life at North Stradbroke Island today, with round one of the prestigious

Oakley Pro Junior Hits North Stradbroke

posted by / News / February 3, 2009

QUEENSLANDERS will get their second dose of professional surfing action in as many weeks, with the island wave haven of

Stephanie Gilmore Turns 21

posted by / News / February 3, 2009

Two-time ASP Women’s World Champion Stephanie Gilmore (Snapper Rocks, AUS) has put last Saturday nights 21st celebration behind her to

Surfing Blog: My Other Board Is A Prius

posted by / News / February 2, 2009

Full disclosure: I wasn’t at ASR. Condolences to anyone who was. The physical wounds heal quickly, sure – calloused hands

Google Ocean?

posted by / News / February 2, 2009

There’s no doubt Google Earth has revolutionized surf travel. For proof, all you need to see are the results from

Tearing Down The House With Taj Burrow

posted by / News / February 2, 2009

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SURFING Blog: Rising From The Ashes

posted by / News / February 2, 2009

If you’re starting a prog-metal band and you want to take the title of this post as your name, that’s

On The Road With Modern Collective

posted by / News / January 30, 2009

For those of you who don’t know, Modern Collective is a film project by Kai Neville –– the guy who

Bustin’ A Move Or Three

posted by / News / January 29, 2009

{{{Rabbit}}} Bartholomew has had a hell of a week. First came the Australian release of Bustin’ Down The Door, then

ASP President Retires

posted by / News / January 28, 2009

After 10 years of service as President of ASP International, Wayne “{{{Rabbit}}}” Bartholomew (AUS), 54, will be stepping down from

Do YOU Know How To SURF?

posted by / News / January 28, 2009

So you’ve tried surf schools. Practiced pop ups on the beach. Even bought three-time world champ Andy Irons’ instructional video

SURFING Blog: Iron Gym – Part 2

posted by / News / January 28, 2009

Just this morning, Surfing’s editorial #2 Travis Ferre told me he’s never been in a gym ever, not once in

Kustom Air Strike Week In Review

posted by / News / January 27, 2009

This week’s Kustom Airstrike launch of the week is Mitch Coleborn’s trippy-flippy rodeo thingy that he stuck a while ago