Sean Cooper
Wave of the Day: Slab admiration, Javanese style
Stu Nettle

Greg Long reflects on his near-death experience at Cortes Bank and the process of returning to surf big waves again.

Stu Nettle

On October 28, 2013, Maya Gabeira nearly drowned at Nazare while trying to ride the biggest wave ever surfed by a woman. Almost a year later she describes what happened that day and why she's not giving up big waves any time soon.

Danny Carney

The influx of Western money into poor Indonesian villages effects local life in unexpected ways. An anthropologist and surfer explores the issues from an Indonesian point of view.

Steven Townsend
Wave of the Day: While the Hawks were winning - Victoria last Saturday
Stu Nettle

The largest swell since the 2012 Volcom Fiji Pro is forecast to hit Cloudbreak early next week.

Piso Alcala wins 20th annual Siargao International Surfing Cup at pumping Cloud 9

"I know he’s happy for me just like I would be happy for him if he was the winner.”

Today’s win vaults Wright from 4th to 2nd on the ASP Women's World Championship Tour rankings and well within striking distance of a maiden world title.

Warren Keelan
Wave of the Day: David Robinson, late spin in Wollongong
Tommy Rawlins
Wave of the Day: Kai Hing doubling the lip line on the Sunny Coast

Gabriel Medina won a hard-fought battle over dangerous wildcard Dane Reynolds, taking him one step closer to becoming Brazil’s first-ever ASP World Title-holder.

Jakcob Montgomery
Wave of the Day: The spectre of Scott Dennis haunts the NSW South Coast

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