O’Neill team rider Jordy Smith from Cape Town, South Africa has won stop No. 8 of the Association of Surfing Professionals World Championship Tour. Smith defeated John John Florence (HAW) in the final
Hurricane Odile, the most violent hurricane ever experienced by the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, battered the coastal community and high end resorts in full force on Monday. At the moment,
Call it mainstream marketing, or what you will… but professional surfing has a new face for the ASP World Championship Tour. The governing body of competitive surfing released a statement
California’s hurricane season is not over yet. In fact, a massive storm is brewing in the North Pacific Ocean looking to slam Mexico and head up the coast of California.
The most dangerous wave in the world has a new face, as Titans of Mavericks revamps the elite big wave competition in Northern California. Last week, Titans of Mavericks revealed their new brand logo
The Hurley Pro at Trestles and the Swatch Women’s Pro Trestles will play host to the world’s best surfers from September 9 – 20, 2014 at one of the most
After the publication of stylish surfing at Malibu’s First Point during the annual ‘Call to the Wall’ longboarding event, The Surf Channel production team is celebrating our 300th video! The Surf Channel
CLIF Bar is helping raise funds this month for the Surfrider Foundation with their #MeettheMoment campaign, but the public’s help is needed in order to make this possible.
The Meet the Moment
The Keep A Breast Foundation, a leading youth-focused, global, nonprofit breast cancer organization, will be hosting an Expression Session on Friday September 5th at 12 Noon, as a part of the
The High Line Festival of Surfing is pleased to announce official selections for its festival taking place September 4-6 in Mill Valley, California. In addition to these wonderful, creative and
In a landmark decision, the California State Legislature passed a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags, making California the first state to outlaw single-use plastic bags. The bill will now
Malibu local and legendary waterman Laird Hamilton put on a show during the Big Wednesday swell when he skillfully shot the Malibu Pier in front of a crowded shoreline. Hamilton later