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N.O.A.A. predicts ‘above-normal’ 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

On Thursday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (N.O.A.A.) announced their predictions for the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. They are predicting that 11 to 17 storms will be named in what they are calling an “above-normal” hurricane season. Show More Summary

Mark Healey weighs in on Laird Hamilton’s comment about sharks and menstruation

In case you missed it, earlier this week Laird Hamilton was asked by TMZ Sports about all the shark activity this year in Southern California. He proceeded to tell the camera that women who are menstruating attract more sharks and shark attacks. Show More Summary

These 5 surf trips are more than just epic waves

Here are five surf trips that offer more than just great waves and incredible scenery — including the chance to die happy. The post These 5 surf trips are more than just epic waves appeared first on

Laird Hamilton: Feminist ally

Laird Hamilton, post-feminist, period scientist and shark behaviour expert, appears to have a really great understanding of how menstruation works, what it's like, and how women manage their flow while surfing. He also makes a compelling...Show More Summary

Laird Hamilton tells TMZ menstruating women invite shark attacks; video

Shark craze is certainly still alive and well in Southern California at the moment, what with San Clemente beaches having been closed this past weekend. TMZ caught up with the always outspoken Laird Hamilton in Malibu recently and got his thoughts on why there is so much shark activity right now in SoCal. Show More Summary

Rochelle Ballard and Taylor Knox discuss a history of yoga in surfing

“I don’t do yoga.” That was pro surfer Taylor Knox 20 years ago. Since then, he has become one of the surfers most closely associated with yoga. “In 1996, one of my best friends was trying to get me to go to a yoga class. Then he got...Show More Summary

The unsexy side of surfing (and how to eliminate it)

The surfing scene is stuffed with wholesome hunks and bronzed babes. You know the ones: golden, tousled locks and long, lean limbs. Yet the reality of surfing is far from this picture-perfect image. Let us introduce to you the oft-concealed and totally unsassy side to surfing — and help you deal. Show More Summary

How to pack for your first Indonesian surf trip

Headed to the promised land for the first time? Here's what to take with you and what to leave at home. Hint: It's not as obvious as you think. The post How to pack for your first Indonesian surf trip appeared first on

Bethany Hamilton once again named wildcard for Outerknown Fiji Women’s Pro

The World Surf League announced on Monday that professional surfer Bethany Hamilton would be once again receiving the wildcard for the Outerknown Fiji Women’s Pro event. The press release stated that, “It was an easy decision for WSL officials,” because of Hamilton’s third-place finish last year as the wildcard. Show More Summary

Wooden Surfboard building Classes

Be a part of Brisbane’s only Hollow Wooden Surfboard Making Workshop!In four days you will go home with your very own timber surfboard that you have made yourself! Classes with available positions for 2017One position left! June 29th,...Show More Summary

How to do Los Cabos with Alana Blanchard and friends, part 2; video

The last time we saw Alana Blanchard, Leila Hurst, Camile Brady and Chris Coté they were surfing and eating their way around Los Cabos to show us how to do it properly ahead of the Los Cabos Open of Surf that starts June 6. Well, they’re...Show More Summary

Breath-hold training isn’t just for big-wave surfers

Almost every surfer has been there. On the paddle out or in a wipeout, at least one wave has pushed each of us deep underwater and held us down too long, so long that a little panic crept in: “I need to breathe. I have to breathe.” And if the hold-down continued, “Am I going The post Breath-hold training isn’t just for big-wave surfers appeared first on

’17 Summer Gear Guide: The Best in Women’s Surf

Our editors curated and personally tested some of the most exciting, innovative, stylish and just plain fun products that Summer 2017 has to offer. Here are our top picks for women’s surf. Avasol Surfer’s Barrier Stick ($20) Why we chose it: Because we could pronounce all of the ingredients. Show More Summary

I hate Byron Bay and surfing

Kids and parents play along the shoreline and the surf is busy: daughters and sons bobbing hopefully near their parents, awaiting instruction and/or parental pride; a Sunday Boardriders contest, the competitors gaudy in fluoro pink,Show More Summary

Surfers discover world class river wave in Myanmar

“There’s a million monks in Myanmar, and as they don’t permit the use of power or engines, most of the work is done by elephants,” Antony “Yep” Colas tells GrindTV. “The elephants are trained for labor and you can get a ride anywhere. Show More Summary

The top foods ever eaten while surfing

Typically, one wants to wait 30 minutes after eating before going in the water. But for surfers, when the waves are firing there’s no time to waste. Which means maybe you have to eat while in the lineup. After witnessing the wonder of a sushi-eating surfer this week, we decided to gather all the foods The post The top foods ever eaten while surfing appeared first on

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