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Kickstarter campaign looks to simplify how we store surfboards

There are countless numbers of ways to store your surfboards. From racks to wall hangers to stacking them against each other, it’s really a preference for how you secure your boards when you’re not using them. But within that, there always lies problems. Show More Summary

CBS This Morning is next outlet to ‘discover’ night surfing; video

Night surfing is nothing new. But 2017 appears to be the year that national and international news outlets are picking up on the longstanding act and calling it a “trend”. Back in April, night surfing in San Diego was featured on the homepage of The New York Times. Show More Summary

Surfer who has surfed everyday for 6 years appears on SportsCenter; video

This June, Southern California teenager and surfer Meg Roh surpassed the mark of surfing everyday for the past 6 years. It’s quite the impressive feat for anyone, let alone a straight-A student. She has become a bit of an icon because...Show More Summary

Jet ski nearly runs over surfer in extremely close call in Australia

The surf on the Gold Coast of Australia has been pretty good this week. Which has led to lineups being flooded with surfers, and in this case with a couple jet skis also. According to the Gold Coast Bulletin, 16-year-old Luke Workman...Show More Summary

Where and when to catch a pro surf contest this summer

Are you a fan of surf contests? Here are seven between the East and West coasts where you can catch the pros this summer. The post Where and when to catch a pro surf contest this summer appeared first on

Climate Change Roundup

While it’s extremely disappointing the Trump Administration withdrew from the Paris Agreement and is lagging on taking responsibility for climate change action, nonprofits, Governors, mayors, businesses, investors, and universities across the country are collaborating to work toward the goals of the Agreement.

International Surfing Day 2017 - Sharing what we love!

For 364 days of the year, the Surfrider Foundation and our incredible network of volunteers works to protect our coasts. On International Surfing Day, we take a moment to celebrate the impact we’ve made, the campaigns we’ve won and the beaches we’ve protected.

511 surfers break world record together in Huntington Beach

This morning, 511 surfers participated in Huntington Beach, California to break the Guinness World Record for biggest paddle-out ever recorded. Attempting to show the International Olympic Committee that Huntington Beach would be a perfect...Show More Summary

The GO FISH from Firewire is the perfect summer surfboard

This summer, I wanted a surfboard that would work in all conditions; I wanted a board that was different from my standard tri-fin shortboard that I rode all winter. I was always interested in owning a fish, but when it came down to the...Show More Summary

Kelly Slater, John Florence celebrate the return of the Hokulea

On Saturday, after three years on the open ocean sailing the world using only ancient Polynesian navigational techniques for direction, the Hokulea — a full-scale replica of the traditional double-hulled Polynesian touring canoes known as wa’a kauluas — returned home to port in Honolulu to a hero’s welcome. Show More Summary

Seismic Blasting Threatens the Atlantic: Submit Your Comments Today

The Trump administration has opened a 30 day public comment period on proposed seismic blasting off the Atlantic coast. Please submit your comments to help protect marine wildlife and stop the expansion of offshore oil drilling!

Huntington Beach to attempt 500-person ‘Circle of Honor’ paddle-out tomorrow

On Tuesday, June 20, the surfing community in Southern California will rally to gather 500 surfers in the water next to the Huntington Beach pier for a Guinness World Record “Circle of Honor” paddle-out — the largest documented paddle-out in the world. Show More Summary

Hollow wooden surfboard building workshop

Be apart of Brisbanes only hollow wooden surfboard building workshop. In four days you will go home with your very own timber surfboard that you have made yourself. Classes available: September 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th November 29th, 30th, 1st and 2nd December For more info or to make a booking contact Stuart :

New wooden board from Rui Cabral

Rui Cabral, from the Azores Islands – Portugal sent me these shots of his first project, hollow wooden surfboard made with a local wood criptoméria japónica, that is a very light. You can stay in touch with Rui and his other interests on his blog:

Happening: Jamie Brisick in Convo

Jamie burst upon my surf scene thanks to a handful of appearances in the late 80s surf magazines I was furtively sneaking into my mom's shopping basket. Burst may be just generous enough a verb to actually cover his real appearance in my life some 22ish years later. Show More Summary

Surfrider Argues to Uphold its Win in Martins Beach Lawsuit

Last week, Surfrider Foundation presented oral argument to the California Court of Appeal in its lawsuit challenging the closure of Martins Beach, in San Mateo County, California.

Big-wave surf photographer on how the ocean helped her overcome cancer

This story originally appeared on SURFER. Words by Ashtyn Douglas. When most oversized swells hit the coast of San Francisco during the winter, documentary filmmaker and big-wave surf photographer Sachi Cunningham can be found bobbing...Show More Summary

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