During the Pipe Masters, we jumped from house to house, giving audiences a chance to look over the fence and see what really happens inside those walls -- the athlete banter, the shit talking and joking around, the inner circles, the backyard convos, the coaching moments, the surf star cameos and all the reactions.
The new wave generating boats have sparked a new surf community in an unlikely place. One person’s commuter traffic is another’s wonderland.
The story of Icelandic photographer Elli Thor and local surfer Heidar Logi, discovering there is quality surf in their country, then teaming up to follow their passion of both adventure and chasing waves.
As we pine for summer sou'easters and sand bottom pointbreaks, let's take a look at some tasty North American equivalents.
Our favourite Mediterranean surf chaser, Roby D'Amico capitalised on a rare south swell and hit the island of Sardinia.
Ahh, beachbreaks. Usually, the term suggests random peaky waves, non-threatening bottom construction, and the ability to spread out and find some space to yourself.
Five years on, the Wozzle identifies itself more as Media Company first, Competitive Surfing Organisation next, with grinning former X-Factor contestant Logan perched atop it.
The large north-west swell that graced the Hawaiian Islands a few weeks back eventually made landfall in South America.
We see glimpses of Matt Meola in short clips here and there, but this 12 minute long piece tops them all.
In the box is a green sea turtle, or maybe a hawksbill. It is a rather young one; maybe 7 years old with a few barnacles on its carapace.
Ryan Williams is one of the quiet achievers of the surf photography discipline.
Sophie Goldschmidt has stepped down after three years.