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Premier Titre Mondial pour Tyler Wright et John John Florence

photo par Cait Miers Autant chez les hommes que chez les femmes, une étape est encore à l’agenda du circuit de la WSL, mais déjà, les champions du monde 2016 ont été couronnés. Du côté des femmes, avec quatre victoires en poche, Tyler Wright est arrivée [...]

By |October 26th, 2016|Categories: Surf|Comments Off on Premier Titre Mondial pour Tyler Wright et John John Florence

Board Porn: 10 of the most beautiful surfboards on the planet

We don't know about you guys, but in our world, most of the surfboards we own are of the dinged-up and yellowing variety. So it's nice every once in a while to escape down the rabbit hole of Board Porn: images of surfboards so beautifully [...]

By |October 13th, 2016|Categories: Surf|Comments Off on Board Porn: 10 of the most beautiful surfboards on the planet

Meet Brenda Centeno: El Zonte’s young shredder

This past summer I found myself in the tiny town, El Zonte, off the Pacific coast of El Salvador. I had spent close to a year living in the surf town of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua a couple years before and left regretting not [...]

By |September 24th, 2016|Categories: Surf|Comments Off on Meet Brenda Centeno: El Zonte’s young shredder

Retour sur le Hurley Pro at Trestles et le Swatch Women’s Pro

15 septembre 2016 – Le Hurley Pro at Trestles et le Swatch Women’s Pro ont pris fin mercredi dernier sur les plages (plus ou moins ensoleillées) de la Californie. Alors que les vagues étaient au rendez-vous, c’est surtout l’élimination hâtive des leaders du circuit qui [...]

By |September 17th, 2016|Categories: Surf|Comments Off on Retour sur le Hurley Pro at Trestles et le Swatch Women’s Pro

Retour sur le Billabong Pro Tahiti

24 août 2016 - Ce sont dans des vagues généralement modestes que les amateurs ont pu assister à la 7e étape du circuit de la WSL tenue sur la célèbre vague tahitienne Teahupoo. La mythique gauche était au rendez-vous et les meilleurs surfeurs de la [...]

By |August 25th, 2016|Categories: Surf|Comments Off on Retour sur le Billabong Pro Tahiti

Being a Professional Surfer from Ecuador – The Harsh Reality

When you think "professional surfer" images of hotels, a wide selection of boards, surf coaches and strict diets might come to mind. But picture this: some of the most talented surfers in Latin America sleep in their board bags on the beach and split one [...]

By |July 11th, 2016|Categories: Surf|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Being a Professional Surfer from Ecuador – The Harsh Reality

8 Days a Salty: On Body Image, Bonding, and Being a Beginner in El Salvador

A few weeks ago I hopped on a plane from Australia to take part in the first Salty Souls Experience for the season. And it is fair to say I came out a different person than I was when I went in. To try fit [...]

By |June 11th, 2016|Categories: Adventure, Surf|Comments Off on 8 Days a Salty: On Body Image, Bonding, and Being a Beginner in El Salvador

5 Things I’ve Learned From Six Months of “Serious” Surfing

1- It's all about commitment. I know what you are thinking now : "Oh yeah, tell me something I don’t know!” Right? Well, I wish I could tell you something completely unexpected, that I’ve discovered a shortcut, or else that you just have to put [...]

By |May 26th, 2016|Categories: Life hacks, Surf|Comments Off on 5 Things I’ve Learned From Six Months of “Serious” Surfing