1 OF 4 - VIDEO: Winter on the North Shore, Oahu

By Tory Knoepfel I Surf Channel
It's that time of year again, the season of heavy winter swell and even greater stoke. Surfers and viewers alike from around the world are excited for the annual North Shore winter season that is officially in full swing. Many of the most talented surfers on the planet, including the ASP Men's and Women's World Championship Tour surfers, have already arrived on the Hawaiian islands. Kaléu...Read More

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2 OF 4 - VIDEO: Tatiana Weston-Webb in Tahiti, ‘Wish You Were Here’

By Tory Knoepfel I Surf Channel
Hawaiian surfer Tatiana Weston-Webb recently qualified for the 2015 Women's ASP World Championship Tour. At only 18-years-old, she's quickly making the transition into the big leagues. Her amazing performance at the infamous reef break of Teahupo'o proved that she's more than prepared to compete against the best female competitors in challenging conditions. Recently, Tatiana brought a few of h...Read More

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NEXT: Jaws XXL Season Opener: Photo Gallery

3 OF 4 - Jaws XXL Season Opener: Photo Gallery

By Shannon Marie I Surf Channel
Big wave season opened up Tuesday at the infamous Jaws surf break off the Hawaiian Island of Maui. The world's best big wave riders charged some of the best conditions seen at the spot, thanks to a powerful storm swell produced by Typhoon Nuri out of the Northern Pacific. Wind was uncommonly calm, and the west swell built stronger than most expected, bouy readings at 18 ft at 18 seconds as of Nov...Read More

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4 OF 4 - A Wedge To Remember: Behind-The-Scenes with Director Joshua Pomer

By Shannon Marie I Surf Channel
Residing in Santa Barbara, California, surf filmmaker Joshua Pomer has documented the evolution of the sport. From Mavericks down to Rincon, his movies feature the best waves on the coast with the top athletes. His latest project has sold out theaters at every premiere thus far, on tour with A Wedge To Remember - the Hurricane Marie movie. Capturing the most incredible swell on the California ...Read More

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PHOTO GALLERY: LA County Surfers Score Barrels:

Last week, many LA County surfers had the best sleep of their lives, after scoring blissful conditions in their backyards. Thankfully, spots from south to north Los Angeles delivered on swell forecast promises. Some scored up the coast in Ventura, while the rest stayed a little closer to home, optin...

Posted by: Tory Knoepfel
November 25, 2014
Art
Pipeline Early Season Photo Gallery by Zack Miller:

Photographer Zachary Miller is a 25-year-old artist from San Clemente, California. Like many Californian surfers looking for endless surf, he left the West Coast to explore Hawai'i on the island of O'ahu when he was 20. Instead of performing in front of the lens, his passion for surf and ocean photo...

Posted by: Tory Knoepfel
November 19, 2014
Big Wave
VIDEO: Worst Wipeout, Tyler Larronde at Jaws:

Hawai'i experienced a recent run of XXL swell over the week, courtesy of a powerful storm swell produced by Typhoon Nuri out of the Northern Pacific. On Maui, local and visiting surfers were charging at the the infamous surf spot known as Jaws. In the mix was Maui local and 20 year old Tyler L...

Posted by: Tory Knoepfel
Art
Jim Philips, Jimbo & Colby: 3 Generations of Surf & Skate Artists:

Jim Phillips is a national treasure. The talented artist has painted the history of surfing with dynamic color, drawing some of the first illustrations ever published in The Surfer's Journal. From his woody road trip depictions to Santa Cruz comics, his illustrations have influenced surf culture a...

Posted by: Shannon Marie
November 18, 2014
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VIDEO: ‘Wish You Were Here’ in Tahiti:

Hawaiian surfer Tatiana Weston-Webb recently qualified for the 2015 Women's ASP World Championship Tour. At only 18-years-old, she's quickly making the transition into the big leagues. Her amazing performance at the infamous reef break of Teahupo'o proved that she's more than prepared to compete ag...

Posted by: Tory Knoepfel
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