Blake Lisk
Wave of the Day: Late winter crispness on the East Coast
Craig Brokensha

Clay Marzo doing what Clay does best, ripping in the West Oz desert during the making of his profile video "Waves are Waves and Clay is Clay".

Peter Morgan
Wave of the Day: Shimmering symmetry on the Gold Coast

Papua New Guinea

Over the last couple of years Steve Arklay has escaped the slow Victorian summer by spending time in Papua New Guinea.

Steve Arklay
Wave of the Day: Tropically yours from across the Torres
Stu Nettle

Seabass narrowly misses a perfect 10, Aritz nails a 9.23 straight off the bat, and Josh Kerr gets 9.07 for an early morning monster. Click aboard for today's best rides.

The world's best surfers were back at the world's most dangerous wave today for Round 2 of the Billabong Pro Tahiti. It was a day of epic performances and the ASP Top 34 put on a clinic in tube riding as they took on challenging 6-to-8 foot Teahupo'o to fight for a place in Round 3.

blindboy

The surfing story that's captured public attention is the great success of the clothing industry. Arcadia is an exhibition of photos and videos from a time that precedes the commercial shift.

Ed Sloane
Wave of the Day: Beauty that is fin deep

Teahupoo Day One photos

Every shot a winner.

Stu Nettle

Kelly's opening barrel, Hedgey's 10-pointer, Tuamata's wipeout and Kai's too...they're all here plus many, many more.

 “I’m so excited that I’m shaking. I need to calm myself down because I’m too excited," said Kelly Slater.

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