Twelve of the most memorable moments in history from the surf-rich town of Newcastle, Australia.
A dive into Newcastle, a humble and hardworking Australian city with incredible waves and a core surf community.
In 2004, Pro surfing had its very own battle of the sexes moment at Newcastle.
Born and bred Newcastle local, Mark Richards took twin fins to the next level and went on to win four World Titles.
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In the 36 year history of professional surfing at Newcastle there has never been a local winner of the men's event.
It may not have the same reputation as Margaret River and Bells Beach, but Merewether can certainly hold its own.
A novelty left rip bowl formed after a 40,000-ton coal ship was grounded at Nobby's beach in 2007.
Wilko's Infamous 2016 Newcastle victory propelled his back-to-back Championship Tour wins at Snapper and Bells.
The superheat to end all others happened in 2000 when every World Title winner since 1976 went head-to-head in a heat for the ages.
A heavyweight rivalry for the ages, Mark Occhilupo and Tom Curren went at it throughout the mid-'80s. Here's one of the best moments.
Here are the winningest men and women of Newcastle.
Siblings Philipa and Craig Anderson have carved out their own paths in surfing and have become global fan favorites.