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Stephanie Gilmore Is the World’s Most Beautiful Surfer

Seamless lines, million dollar smile The post Stephanie Gilmore Is the World’s Most Beautiful Surfer appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Shark attack victim who lost leg is surfing again … for ‘revenge’

Eric Dargent, un surfeur amputé qui repart à l’assaut des vagues pic.twitter.com/tMNQPWc4vA — Infos.fr (@_infos) September 29, 2016 Eric Dargent was surfing on the west side of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean in an area previously considered safe when the unthinkable happened. Show More Summary

Hobgoods Movie Trailer

And Two If By Sea. The post Hobgoods Movie Trailer appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

DC Surf Strikes The South Pacific

Kanoa and Zeke in the warm waters of Tahiti. The post DC Surf Strikes The South Pacific appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

World Jr. Champ Joins Rusty

His name is Lucas Silveira The post World Jr. Champ Joins Rusty appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Nate Tyler and Creed McTaggart x Hayden Shapes

Hayden Cox can’t seem to lose. Every time he pumps out a new model, the masses flock to their closest surf retailer to get their hands on Hayden’s blackrail blades. The Hypo Crypto was the highest selling surfboard model for a hefty chunk in time, thanks in large part to Craig Anderson’s silky advertising. Show More Summary

Weird Waves with Dylan Graves: Texas

Dylan and co. find a steamer of a wave in the heart of Texas. The post Weird Waves with Dylan Graves: Texas appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Dylan Graves On Weird Waves

The man, the myth, the weirdo. Dylan. A few months back Dylan Graves dropped Weird Waves Wyoming on us, featuring himself, Andrew Doheny and Wade Goodall surfing the Snake River in the middle of America. It was awesome. And as it turns out, it wasn’t just a one-off idea, but rather the pilot episode of The post Dylan Graves On Weird Waves appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Matt Warshaw In The New Yorker

We no longer read The New Yorker. We let our subscription lapse when the price went over the $70 mark. That’s how much we care about the best writing in the world. Luckily, someone at Surfer Magazine still reads it because they noticed that The Encyclopedia of Surfing author (and Surfermag.com columnist) Matt Warshaw was featured in the […]

Kain “The Manchild” Daly Lays Down the Hammer

Maui's chunkiest piece of beef exemplifies the term "power air" The post Kain “The Manchild” Daly Lays Down the Hammer appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

SURFING Union: Dylan Roberts

A look at the young videographer out of Australia's Gold Coast. The post SURFING Union: Dylan Roberts appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

5 interesting facts we learned about today’s surf community from ‘The State of Surf’

On Wednesday, TRANSWORLD BUSINESS released its latest edition of “The State of Surf.” Using statistics and analytics compiled by SURFER, SURFING and Strategic Market Intelligence, the comprehensive report looks at the trends that have defined the past year for surf brands, retailers and consumers. Show More Summary

Jay Davies Shows Us His Weapon

Also known as the Chilli Nevada The post Jay Davies Shows Us His Weapon appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

RVCA Goes to Slabtown

Playful little rights with a surprising punch. The post RVCA Goes to Slabtown appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

CA Coastal National Monument Expansion: One Step Closer to Reality

The Obama Administration is considering adding five special coastal California spots to the Monument.

Jack Robinson, Barrelista

From Chopes to West Oz to Pipe, Jack threads em all. The post Jack Robinson, Barrelista appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Enter the curious mind of young gun Leo Fioravanti

Enter the curious mind of young gun Leo Fioravanti Surfing Get to know Italy’s biggest hope for global surfing glory as he chats to commentator Henry Jackson. By Chris Binns on 28 September 2016

Protecting our ocean, waves and beaches through community, partnerships and citizen science

Meet Gillian Montgomery, Chapter Manager of the Vancouver Island Chapter in Victoria, B.C., Canada, who has led the chapter to a number of victories, including successful campaigns and programs: Ban the Bag, Hold On To Your Butt, Blue Water Youth Taskforce, and Surfrider Approved Business Certification.

5 epic big-wave spots to keep your eye on this winter

As the seasons start to turn and big looming storms start to swirl in the North Pacific, big wave surfers around the globe are starting to wax their sticks and prepare for the notorious big-wave spots that come to life every winter in the northern hemisphere. Show More Summary

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