Day One, stop two, of the three-part Oz Grand Slam brought to you by Ding Alley.
Last friday’s ‘Surf 100’ broadcast edges dangerously close to a worthy Pay Per View model.
Ding Alley is pleased to report on a number of small wins and good things occurring in the coastal town of Toonalook today.
The Woz relaxes the social distancing and ramps up the drama at Caba. Ding Alley reports.
Pro surfing returns with a hopped up version of a boardriders pointscore. Ding Alley reports.
Forty-two-year-old mother of three, Sarah Hitchens, is unlikely to regain the trust and affection of youngest son Sebastian any time soon, after failing to capture his first ever successful air reverse on camera Saturday morning.
SUBJECT: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE KIND FOLK OF TOONALOOK.
The often fractious Toona surf community has bonded in solidarity this morning, drawn together as a grave menace looms on the horizon.
Ding Alley reports on upcoming specialty event Rumble At The Ranch.
Life is better when you surf!
...but not when you surf Toonalook Point.
Clothes smelling of campfire smoke and bush buds, Erik Logan reappears from the Toonalook scrub. Ding Alley joins the WSL CEO for an expansive chat over a flatty and a hot one.