Matt Van Seters
Wave of the Day: Darrell Goodrum feeling insignificant in Java

One more slide...

It was an epic winter for waves over Perth, and that's not just going on local standards.

Mike Maxted
Wave of the Day: Mitch Loan streaking in the west

Maldives - September Report

With the Maldives season winding down September and early October were a mixed bag of swells.

Damon Hurst

On Tuesday one of Australia's greatest board collections went under the auctioneers hammer. Damon Hurst reports back with his findings and highlights.

Warren Keelan
Wave of the Day: Dean Godfrey, simple pleasures on the NSW South Coast
Stu Nettle

An extract from the soon-to-be-released-book 'Surfing Places, Surfboard Makers'. This chapter examines the development of the surfboard industry, focusing largely on the Australian context. 

Stu Nettle

Kelly Slater, Aritz Aranburu, and Sebastian Zietz go Portuguese cave dwelling. 

Jack Dekort
Wave of the Day: Sam Rhodes shadow boxing on the Sunny Coast
Stu Nettle

Ryan Burch puts the pedal to the metal in Indonesia. An excellent clip from one of the world's best surfer shapers.

Stu Nettle

It's 1974. Don's Party is in full swing, Vietnam is a quagmire, and political activism is rife. Nat Young places third in the Coca-Cola Surfabout, donates his prizemoney to Gough Whitlam, and secures a meeting with the great man.

Mick Fanning has won the 2014 Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal moving him up to World No. 2 on the ASP World Championship Tour rankings.

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