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5th Annual San Diego Surf Film Festival

5th Annual San Diego Surf Film Festival

Submissions open 1/1/16 – ALL SUBMISSION FEES WAIVED!!!

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Mick Fanning Forever A Champion

Mick Fanning Forever A Champion

Mick Fanning World Title Race in Hawaii

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7 Mile Miracle

7 Mile Miracle

Evan Geiselman Speaks For The First Time Since His Tragic Accident At Pipeline.

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Slater Wave Park

Slater Wave Park

Guess the only forecast needed is the wind!!

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Why Bruce Irons Should Stop Competing Right Now

Why Bruce Irons Should Stop Competing Right Now

Bruce Irons, midway through his round 2 exit. Photo: WSL/Cestari Bruce Irons is a legend. He is, without a doubt, one of the greatest surfers of all time. In both his free surfing and his contest surfing, Bruce has proven that he stands nose to nose with the best of the best–but he needs to stop [...]

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6 Shapers to Honor Gerry Lopez in Shaping Competition

6 Shapers to Honor Gerry Lopez in Shaping Competition

Gerry Lopez. A classic from the very beginning. Photo: Tim McCullough When it comes to surfboards–and surfing in general, really–Gerry Lopez is the man. Although he’d never own up to it, he personally made surfing Pipeline what it is today. He has a long and storied relationship with the place, along with many others. Of [...]

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Paddle Outs Held Across the World to Honor Two Australian Surfers Presumed Dead

Paddle Outs Held Across the World to Honor Two Australian Surfers Presumed Dead

Surfers off the coast of Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico, link hands during a paddle-out ceremony for Dean Lucas and Adam Coleman. Photo: Facebook/Federacion Mexicana de Surfing In mid-November, two Australian surfers vanished in Mexico. The pair, both in their early thirties, left Edmonton, Canada, made their way south to Las Vegas, then kept driving into Mexico. [...]

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Disruptors: Tom Carroll’s Boycott of Surfing in Apartheid-Era South Africa Was One of Surfing’s Most Important Moments

Disruptors: Tom Carroll’s Boycott of Surfing in Apartheid-Era South Africa Was One of Surfing’s Most Important Moments

Editor’s Note: Disruptors is a series that identifies the most groundbreaking moments in surf history. Tom Carroll, leader of one of the most important movements in surfing history. Photo: WSL/Roberston Date: April, 1985 Location: Bells Beach, Australia Moment: Tom Carroll announces his decision to boycott surfing events in apartheid-era South Africa There is no better example in the [...]

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San Diego is Turning Their Water Pink to Figure Out Where All the Shit is Coming From

San Diego is Turning Their Water Pink to Figure Out Where All the Shit is Coming From

Turn it pink and figure it out. Image: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego If you live in Southern California, then you’ve heard the warnings about surfing after it rains. Because all water flows to the sea, all the shit we leave lying around flows with it. And because it rains so rarely in [...]

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MX in the lineup!

MX in the lineup!

DC presents Robbie “Maddo” Maddison’s “Pipe Dream,” giving the world a chance to witness history being made as Maddo rides his dirt bike on the powerful and iconic waves of Tahiti. From his helmet to motocross boots, Maddo was dressed for FMX when he took his dirt bike into the unchartered saltwater terrain of the [...]

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