Luke Clements
Wave of the Day: Mechanical perfection, NSW East Coast
Stu Nettle

It's been 40 years since the first warung appeared at Uluwatu, and now 45 of them are huddled along the valley and the cliff top. Their ramshackle layout forms part of Uluwatu's allure, yet that is about to change with a proposed development in the Uluwatu valley.

Eight photographers that have never been so well hung.

Stu Nettle

This episode of The Pipeline looks at Slater, Fanning and Medina's preparation for the Pipe Masters, the trouble brewing between the ASP and Fast Eddie Rothman, Tony's Hawk's hoverboard, and the Reef Haleiwa Pro.

Daniel Sykes
Wave of the Day: Savage beauty somewhere east of Melbourne
Stu Nettle

For all the time you devote to surfing just 2% of a session is spent actually riding waves. 2%! Is it worth it?

It's time we took a fresh look at this surfing gig.

blindboy

As boards get shorter, design becomes more critical and it doesn't take any great powers of observation or analysis to recognise that there are many surfers currently severely limited by their equipment.

Ryan Williams/RYZphoto
Wave of the Day: Locals only, Sumatra
Steve Wall
Wave of the Day: Scott Dennis, sea level adjustment, South Australia
Dominic Dixon
Wave of the Day: Sam Jones standing solid on Sydney's Northern Beaches
Stu Nettle

Legendary Australian musician Tex Perkins is playing three exclusive, intimate gigs at Kandooma Resort in the Maldives in one week.

Stu Nettle

Part 1 of Rip Curl's latest web series features Mick, Luke Hynd, and Garut Widiarta romping through Sumatra. 

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