It’s a strange feeling sitting in airport departure lounges. As I write this blog I’m sitting in the departure lounge at L.A.X (Los Angeles Airport), waiting for a connecting flight to Panama and the ISA World Surfing Games, Santa Catalina.
The Torquay in Victoria, Australia, is famous for its surf beaches, with Jan Juc and the world famous Bells Beach located on the town's south-west outskirts. It was home to the popular Offshore Festival in the late 1990s. Many of the world's most famous surf companies have their home in Torquay, including Rip Curl, Piping Hot and Quiksilver.
Roger Hall of Surfline Surfboards in the North Island of New Zealand has been revisting the Hot Curl surfboard from the 1930's.
MBBR is proud to announce the crowning of 'KING PEGGSY'. All hail the new King of the Bay for 2013!! It doesn't quite mean he gets any wave he wants, but it does have a certain ring to it!!
The Maori Bay Boardriders King of the Bay saw Sean Peggs take the win in the first event in a 2 comp series for the crown of King of the Bay 2013!
It’s always a strange feeling packing your bags for the first WQS event of the year. For most people packing for an overseas surf trip, comes with a sense of relief and excitement. It signals some down time, away from the rat race, warm weather, cold beverages and pumping waves.
The Whangamata Bar Association(WBA) was formed after a meeting in May 2012 of 40 plus local surfers concerned about degrading wave quality at the Whangamata Bar.
Tasmania’s king of big wave charging, Marti Paradisis, had a longtime dream come true last night when he won Biggest Wave at Surfing Life’s Oakley Big Wave Awards.