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 […]
The start to Dane Reynolds’ 2011 season — assuming there is one — will be rocky. Reynolds injured his knee during his stay in Hawaii late last month. He’d nevertheless surfed the Billabong Pipeline Masters on what looked like a bad wheel earlier in the month, which means his problem has been nagging him for […]
Marc Lacomare (FRA), 20, winner of the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships. Credit: ASP / SCHOLTZ NORTH NARRABEEN, New South Wales/Australia (Saturday, January 15, 2011) – Marc Lacomare (FRA), 20, marched to victory at the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships over American talent Nat Young (USA), 19, in a hard-fought chess match between the two […]