Paul Fisher, of FollowtheFish.tv, documents a 24 hour period of fellow Aussie shredder Yadin Nicol. Some epic surfing in Yadin’s Santa Barbara backyard, some obscene language (ear muffs if you’re under 18, check with your parents), and a fashion show with Yades’ pup. Give it a whirl.
Kelly Slater’s impact on surfing mirrors the 90s Internet revolution. A piece of new technology originally dismissed as a cute, space-age toy that ended up changing the world in every conceivable way — from performance to money to records to design to longevity. Before Kelly, surf stars were just that: surf stars. After? They were […]
Conner Coffin. Photo courtesy Calderon/Surfing Queensland January 27, 2011 : – – Gold Coast – International competitors Conner Coffin (Santa Barbra, USA) and Dylan Lightfoot (South Africa) stole the show on day-two of the 2011 Hurley Pro Junior as the competition edges closer to awarding a junior surfing world record USD$25,000 first place prize. Held […]
Ali, Namath, Jordan… Slater Kelly Slater has been named by GQ magazine as one of “The 25 Coolest Athletes of All Time”. Kell will be on GQ’s cover threading a b-side tunnel, and will feature in an article outlining why he and the other chosen giants of physical recreation are the coolest of all time. […]
Kiron Jabour has been turning heads all over the globe. After a recent stint in Australia for the World Junior Champs, Kiron showed what he could do in junky beach break slop with a Quarter Final place finish. On Surfline.com, Kiron reveals his aptitude for big Pipeline barrels. Kiron is the complete package.
Some time ago, legendary world champion Shaun Tomson made the move from his home of South Africa to California’s Santa Barbara. Instead of frequenting J-Bay, he now surfs Rincon daily. Shaun, one of surfing’s most intelligent cats and ever at the forefront of design progression and innovation, has just developed a new Channel Islands board […]