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A brief glance at some of this year’s early underground surf movie releases.
Part I: The Indies
This wave nearly killed him. It was the worst wipeout of his life.
This is his story.
This year’s big winner on Innersection just happens to live next to last year’s.
How’d that happen?
The fashion world is no longer impressed. Surf style is… well, it isn’t.
Now one former WT surfer embarks on a quest to save us from our fashion lull.
Maui’s tandem shredders launch a new web series to smash stereotypes, blow minds and chill out at home.
There’s no “I” in The Isle
Shaping is simple.
Being a shaper isn’t.
Thailand. Malaysia. Kuta Beach. Welcome to the Triple Crown of the Third World.
And meet “Cabul,” Asia’s first and only champ.
Last month’s little web clip is nearing 6-million views… but they don’t come easy.
GoPro’s ultimate camera geek shares his tips for scoring the clips.
Most great thinkers are initially perceived as oddball freaks. And then they do something that changes everything.
Marcus Gneist might just be that guy
Nathan Myers interviews Johnny Abegg about film, zombies and incurring outrageous debt in pursuit of the WQS
How’s owing $27,000 for a top-200 finish sound to you?
After thirteen years of surfboard tests and three decades of writing about boards, what has surfing’s most prolific contributor learned about our wave-riding tools?
Meditation upon inevitable heat loss should be performed daily and during every contest. This way, you will surf his best. This is the way of the samurai-surfer.
Winning is boring; Droid is not
Crap journalism in the hellish heat
After a few years in the World Tour big leagues, no one was too surprised to see Coco Ho dominate her heats at the Oakley World Pro Juniors in Bali.
The sun is trying to kill you
Your sunscreen is lying
We’re all going to die
I visit a skin doctor to find out why
Is Indonesia’s Dream Tour gnarlier than the WCT? New ISC champ Marlon Gerber thinks it’s pretty close call
But what does he know…he’s never really been much of a competitor
The system is broken, but it’s working okay…well, maybe
Coach Parsons weighs in on the new One World Rating system (without all the cursing and tennis-bashing)
A rough guide to stitching together the past and the future — and your own gaping flesh wound
Five years in the making, Dave Rastovich’s activism movie is still busy making itself…but you might actually get to watch it soon
A double alley oop? The first ever 720? The Juli-oop?
He didn’t land it…but he certainly proved the possibility
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