1 OF 4 - EXPOSURE: Surf Filmmaker, Travis Kuhlman
By Emily Bates I Surf Channel
"My greatest accomplishment is just hearing that people enjoy my photos and my videos. I still remember the first time I started hearing that."- Travis Kuhlman It wasn't until early high school that surf filmmaker Travis Kuhlman discovered his love for surfing by tagging along with his closest buddies. After many long days spent on the beach, the San Diego native picked up his mom's DSLR to ...Read More
2 OF 4 - Best of Indonesia: Local Style
By The Surf Channel I Surf Channel
Explore the world's top surf destinations in "LOCAL STYLE," an original series on The Surf Channel featuring the premiere waves in Indonesia, as the first of several eco travel destinations. Produced by NamHee Han, LOCAL STYLE hunts down the world's top destinations for surfers on a mission to travel to remote waves and experience the culture back on the sand. Check out the best from the 'Local...Read More
3 OF 4 - VIDEO: Hawaiian Longboarder, Crystal Dzigas
By Emily Bates I Surf Channel
"I have the perfect life. I have my family, I go surfing. I'm doing what I love, I'm where I love. I can't imagine life any better."- Crystal Dzigas Professional longboarder Crystal Dzigas loves her life on the island of Oahu. Her tropical days are spent gliding along the transparent blue waves of Hawaii, caring for her 4-year-old son, and traveling the world for the WSL Women's Longboard Tour....Read More
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4 OF 4 - Top 10 Point Breaks in California
By Scott Bosco I Surf Channel
Surfing point breaks is one of the most sought-after experiences in surfing. Endless peeling sections and consistent stacked lines are the two phenomenons that make point breaks every waterman's paradise. Fortunately, if you are lucky enough to be a local of coastal California, you have access to some of the best point breaks surfing has to offer. Although equally epic in their own way, every p...Read More
On Saturday, April 4 at 11 a.m., the City of Hermosa Beach will induct Spyder Surf founder and South Bay icon Dennis Jarvis into the "Surfers' Walk of Fame," along with Chris Barela, Mike Benavidez and Derek Levy. The four honorees will join fellow inductees and surf legends Greg Noll, Dewey Web...
Every sport has its own rules. In the world of surfing, we don't have referees or officials. We get by on an unwritten code of rules and manners. Yes, believe it or not, manners exist in surfing too, and having good etiquette will not only keep you from looking foolish, but also from getting reprim...
Though a spot on the sand isn't the most ideal location to be when the surf is pumping, it surely has its rewards. Norwell9 Productions brings us a few classic moments from surfing a recent swell that delivered B-E-A-U-tiful barrels. Though no doubt appetizing, those hollow tubes are faster than mos...
Kauai's Keala Kennelly, 36, drew upon every ounce of her Pipeline and competitive experience today to win the Surf N Sea Pipeline Women's Pro, presented by Brazilian Show Room. A seasoned professional and big wave specialist who has been ranked as high as #2 in the world, Kennelly was unstoppable ...
Since its formation in 2011, Surf Haiti, the national surfing association of the Caribbean nation, has used surfing to contribute to the country's social and economic redevelopment following the devastating earthquake in 2010. With a strong focus on youth development programs, sustainability ...