Pro surfing is languishing while recreational surfing is booming. What purpose does pro surfing currently serve?
China recently held their national titles in a wavepool. They may be serious about entering the competitive sphere, but can they succeed in a biosphere?
To say that we’re in at time of unprecedented upheaval seems kinda irrelevant now.
This year, change has been foisted on the world, but surfing - when we all return - is still in our hands.
Today's stakeholder meeting in Queensland is the first serious attempt to legislate for surf break protection since Bells Beach in 1971.
A public service announcement from our man in the south.
“We’d consider surfers to be key stakeholders. So why haven’t they spoken to us?”
By scrapping the Big Wave Tour, the WSL can increase the exposure of big wave surfers. What might that mean for some of our more secretive waves?
Exploring the long and vexatious history of surf reports.
The WSL wades into the climate crisis with its own raft of initiatives.
How many World Surfing Reserves is too much of a good thing?
Looking for an answer, Phil Jarratt goes right to the top.