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Surfing Sexism Overshadows Talent

    Have you ever heard of Alana Blanchard? What comes to mind when you think of her? Howbout Anastasia Ashley? Be honest guys. How many thought “dat as” before carves or hacks?   On the flip side, have you ever heard of Silvana Lima? If you have, chances are your impression of her is […]

Killer whales from Mexico spotted off San Diego, Oceanside

Orcas spotted Monday off Oceanside; images via ©Jonathan Hoover Earlier this month, beachgoers in Tijuana enjoyed a rare sighting of killer whales just beyond the surf. They were believed to be Eastern Tropical Pacific killer whales, or orcas, which rarely travel that far north. Show More Summary

Kurosh Kiani – A look back on his 2014 Slalom Season

Kurosh Kiani looks back on his 2014 Slalom season, which was not his luckiest one.

Max Rowe freestylin’ at Vassiliki, Lefkas

Max Rowe released a short clip with some nice freestyle windsurfing action from Greece.

Search For SIC Maui Junior Development Team Athletes With TPA

By: Allie BrownSIC Maui (Sandwich Islands Composites) is excited to announce we are currently in search for two youth athletes to join the SIC family as members of our SIC Junior Development Team with our SIC Grom Search. The selection of these two founding members (one boy and one girl) will focus on the goal [...]

Wednesday Training Group: Downwinder – Meeting 4:30 PORTLOCK

We will meet for another Kahala Run on Wednesday. To get an earlier start, meeting is at at PORTLOCK at 4:30 pm SHARP (not meeting at Kahala). Jeff will coach and will give everyone a ride back to Hawaii Kai with his trailer afterwards, Robert won’t be there, sorry. Click here for a map of the [...]

Humpback whale photographed with pelican in its mouth

By Pete Thomas/GrindTv It’s an interesting dynamic when humpback whales begin to lunge feed on anchovies they’ve herded close to the surface, because as they’re charging upward, with their massive mouths agape, gulls and pelicans are diving on the same bait fish. Show More Summary

This Week In Not Surfing

Two Things:1)Serial - It seems all my friends have been talking about it, or at least enough to make me feel like they've all been talking about it. And yes, it is worth it. As wifey puts it: this is "The Wire" of radio.2)

Trip to the other side of Florida for REAL wind and waves

Saturday morning started in the typical way: sipping coffee and looking at the iwindsurf forecast to decide the if, what, where, and when of the day's watersports. The IF was easy. A strong Easterly wind had been ding-donging our wind chimes all night, it was forecast to last all day. Show More Summary

PWA Slalom Noumea, New Caledonia – Video Recap

Ben van der Steen and Delphine Cousin won the last PWA Slalom event of the year in Noumea.

What’s up? Adrian Beholz

Why does Adrian Beholz spend his whole winter at Sao Pedro on Sao Vicente? Read more.

Double Burner – Adrian Beholz

Double Burner by Adrian Beholz filmed at Sao Vicente, Cape Verde.

Blinded by the Wind

I'm walking down the path to the beach with me eyes closed. It's fun. And it keeps my corneas from being scoured by projectile sand. If I can make it to the water without being blinded, I'll be able to kite. I'm happy because flying sand is a good sign. Show More Summary

Surfrider Launches Northeast Recreation Survey

The Surfrider Foundation, in partnership with Point 97 and SeaPlan and under the direction of the Northeast Regional Planning Body, has launched a recreational use survey for the New England coast.

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