Saturday, October 21, 2017
A good article about how to learn to duck dive, for beginners, to catch the meaning.. Photos and words by Abbi Hughes If you’re finding it hard to get out the back then it’s time to think about perfecting your technique.  It isimportant...
Read on and remember the following trick list. A collection of many terms of surfing tricks and as a friend says, after that you will be able not only walk like a surfer, but you talk like one. Put your...
Here are a couple of inspiring videos featuring Californian surf photographer Chris Burkard. Both well worth a watch… The first is a great little short film via Insivity: In their words: "Follow photographer Chris Burkard through his daily routine as...
Has Your dad had a big impact in your surfing life? These surf dads taught and encouraged some of your favorite surfers. Read about some of the best surf dads below. Carssia Moore Carssia is a Hawaiian surfer whose dad, Chris,...
Ulli Maier is a travel photographer based in Austria. She has been holding a camera since her first trip to Greece at the age of 15. During her adventures through Africa by 4x4 truck in the late 70s, travelling...
I've been asked, “What do you think about my kid’s surfing?” and “Do you think they can become a pro?” many times over the past three decades. As Surfing Australia’s former head coach, parents have come to me from far...
With the advent of social media, the world has been introduced to way more, and way weirder, holidays than we ever thought could exist. Like National Barbershop Quartet Day, National Talk Like Shakespeare Day or National Cook Something Bold...
Surfers Amber and Tommy love their Santa Barbara base, but the prices that come along with those ocean views are costly. Going tiny gives this couple a chance to have it all–owning a home while maintaining easy access to...
Waves are a lot of things they can be beautiful, playful, dark and dangerous. The ocean can be a spooky place, too. When the sky is dark and the sea is cold and angry, it’s not somewhere most people feel...
From surfing’s early beginnings as the “Sport of Kings” in Hawaii, it has held a certain sway over spectators and participants alike. While estimates of the number of surfers world wide vary wildly (from 5 million to 23 million), there...