Change Your Life

posted by / News / August 29, 2008

Rob Machado Editor’s Note: In conjunction with our third annual Green Issue (on newsstands now), we figured we’d give you

Hurricane Prep

posted by / News / August 29, 2008

Dylan Graves spent the Florida morning catching dinner in a calm sea today. A couple Mahi and a sea bass.

60 Seconds With Kolohe Andino

posted by / News / August 28, 2008

Kolohe Andino has been a regular on the surf-mag radar for ages, and now, at fourteen he has just won

Sticking Point

posted by / News / August 27, 2008

Getting a freezing barrel can happen anywhere these days. But getting a shack filled with needles? Only in Jersey, baby.

A Bugs Eye View

posted by / News / August 27, 2008

Sign up for the exclusive ASP newsletter HERE The resumption of the ASP Women’s World Tour brings the elite female

Enter to Win – Donavon Giveaway

posted by / News / August 26, 2008

WQS Update With Al Hunt

posted by / News / August 25, 2008

Sign up for the official ASP newsletter HERE ASP WQS 6-Star PRIME Rip Curl Pro at Hossegor has been completed

Midget Smith R.I.P.

posted by / News / August 25, 2008

Editor’s Note: On Saturday, August 23, San Clemente shaping legend Jeffrey “Midget” Smith passed away after a recurring battle with

SIMA Surfing America Championships Wrap-Up

posted by / News / August 25, 2008

During a summer of National pride and Olympic glory, what with Michael Phelps winning eight gold medals and our sprinters

Dead In The Water

posted by / News / August 22, 2008

The Orlando Sentinel reported today that the much-hyped Ron Jon Surfpark in Orlando’s 1.1 million square foot Festival Bay Mall

That’s Bullsh*t!

posted by / News / August 22, 2008

Editor’s Note: If you don’t know new SURFING associate photo editor {{{Jimmy}}} “Jimmicane” Wilson, you will soon. The former ESM

Big Save

posted by / News / August 22, 2008

When you’re a trained boatman on Tavarua, you’re job as a lifesaver can sometimes come in handy at the oddest

Cathching Up With Blake Jones

posted by / News / August 22, 2008

Blake Jones is known throughout the ASP North American Pro Junior Series as an explosive natural-footer who is dangerous in

New Addition

posted by / News / August 21, 2008

Sally Fitzgibbons becomes the youngest girl to ever qualify for the Women’s World Tour, leading a group of girls poised

A Bugs Eye View

posted by / News / August 18, 2008

Sign up for the exclusive ASP newsletter HERE We are arriving at a critical passage for this years Men’s ASP

Sneak Preview: October 2008 Issue

posted by / News / August 18, 2008

SURFING MAGAZINE’S THIRD ANNUAL GREEN ISSUE (OCTOBER 08)ON SALE THIS WEEKBe sure to check out our third installment of an

WQS Update With Al Hunt

posted by / News / August 18, 2008

Sign up for the exclusive ASP newsletter HERE The Sooruz Lacanau Pro has been completed with current ASP WQS No.

WQS Update With Al Hunt

posted by / News / August 12, 2008

Sign up for he exclusive ASP newsletter HERE. Just the one ASP WQS event this week in Newquay, England where

Wiggoly Dantas Wins 2008 Rip Curl Boardriders

posted by / News / August 11, 2008

Wiggoly Dantas (Ubatuba, BRA), 18, won the Rip Curl Boardmasters in association with Relentless today, claiming his maiden ASP World

60 Seconds With Jamie Mitchell

posted by / News / August 7, 2008

After winning the 12th annual QuiksilverEdition Molokai to Oahu paddleboard race, his seventh straight, Jamie Mitchell (Queensland, Australia) has solidified