It's that time of year again: New faces, new moves. And now, new posters to take a piece of the Tour with you.
Some big news and honest views from surfing's key players.
The trials and triumphs of young love on surfing's grind tour
A video profile of Maui's incredible homegrown Big Wave World Champ.
On a recent quest for some punchy pits, the CT star traveled south of the border.
One day shy of his next milestone, surfing's greatest talks about his past, present, and future on the celebrated national sports show.
Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Sunny Garcia and Ezekiel Lau are among the fans of this enhanced workout.
The Puerto Rican is making noise on the Qualifying Series, powered by her passion for a healthy diet.
How a little mag that gave a voice to pro surfing grew up to rock the world.
On Australia Day 2017, the 3x World Champ was presented the Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) medal of honor.
The Hawaiian pro just topped the reggae chart on iTunes.
After smashing a big-wave record at Pe'ahi, the Hawaiian charger had to be brought back to life in Fiji. Here's his story.
The 11-year-old first made headlines with her unfiltered interview at Sally Fitzgibbons' QS6,000. This week, she had Ellen in hysterics.
These beautiful images from the WSL poster series come in a variety of options, from stocking stuffer to the biggest box under the tree.
A new device being used by several pro surfers can help you find the best waves and improve your surfing.
Shane Dorian and his son Jackson are taking over North Shore lineups.
More than 5 million people have enjoyed watching this 4-year-old rip on Oahu's North Shore.
Block out next year's most important viewing days with a beautiful WSL wall-hanger, and surround it with some gorgeous posters, too.
The CT veteran dropped by the Dawn Patrol set at Pipeline to talk about his incredible journey back after his horrific wipeout.
Koa, along with his brothers, Alex and Travis, plus Koa Rothman, launched a coffee stand that's quickly becoming a local destination.
The South African has captured some of the most iconic images in surfing, but has a sideline in saving the planet.
Words that mattered from a month of peak performance surfing.
Mick Fanning heads back to Alaska to help Wild Ark with their conservation efforts.
Six years after his tragic death, friends and family are speaking openly about Andy Irons' life for an upcoming documentary.
The Big Wave Tour leader talks about shifting his priorities.
Peter Mel and Stephen Bell take us on a tour of EuroGlass, one of Hossegor's hidden gems.
Sixteen of the world's best have teamed up with Surfline and Mauli Ola to help fund breast cancer research and prevention efforts.
For the first time in history, the Big Wave Tour will run a women's contest if and when the Pe'ahi Challenge is called on.
The 1976 champ remembers Australia's first surfing champion, Bernard "Midget" Farrelly.
The Brazilian onslaught of this decade may have seemed sudden. It was anything but for the man who designed it.
When Richie Lovett was diagnosed with cancer, Lowers locals rallied around the former CT star.
The legendary photographer has made a career of providing revealing looks at our favorite athletes.
If Metallica's bassist had his way his world tours would look quite a bit different.
The two-time World Champion built his reputation dominating hollow lefts, and he's still charging them.
From WSL injury replacement to No. 2 on the women's QS rankings, the Aussie's star is rising.
The Rip Curl Pit Boss talks about what's called for after getting the call.
As they paddle out for the Boardmasters Cornwall in the UK, see why these two pursued lives on logs.
A quick look inside the remarkable story of South Africa's leading lady, and current World No. 10.
This former French pro made an early shift into the coaching and managing world, and it's working.
Get a look at the new faces impacting the QS this year.
The Hurley Pro champion takes us through his week at Lower Trestles, and his outlook heading into the homestretch of 2016.
The talented younger brother of Owen and Tyler Wright is taking this year's roller coaster ride in stride.
The World Surf League family is mourning the loss of a pro surfing treasure.
When the world's best invade California one renowned San Clemente-based shaper gets lost in the mayhem.
Nomme, Marco and Diego may be surfing's worldliest up-and-comers. See how their unique family has made them citizens of the world.
The current World No. 1 opens about about baring all for ESPN and surfing in her "natural wetsuit."
An interactive look at the non-profit replacing street violence with surf culture in Africa.
The Hawaiian charger talks fear, safety, and friendship.
In excerpts from his upcoming WSL profile video, the high-flying CT surfer talks roots, dreams, and coming into his own.
How the California rookie is soaking in his CT lessons.
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