Surfers from Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro’s largest favela, are coming together to protect their barrelling home break from chronic water pollution.
As allegations of state-sponsored doping rock athletics, it’s time to ask if pro surfing is doing enough to prevent the use of performance enhancing drugs?
Co-directors Ben Weiland and Chris Burkard lead a crew of the world’s best cold water surfers to explore the hostile coastline and unique culture of the Faroe Islands.
Tagazhout has long been a surfers’s mecca. Shiraz Ksaiba explains how she co-founded Amayour Surf, a boutique hostel and surf school, to help build a sustainable local surf community.
As a surfer, photographer, designer and creative entrepreneur, Kassia Meador had too much to juggle in her life - but watching a California desert sunrise helped everything fall into place.
When Scottish surfer Dee Ripoll was involved in two traumatic accidents, she thought her career was over. By facing her fears, she realised the world was much bigger than she thought.
Pioneering Indian surfer Ishita Malaviya is one in a billion. And now her childhood constraints are a thing of the past.
Curt Harper is a SoCal surfing legend who’s never let autism come in the way of doing what he loves. Watch the full Curt documentary here.
California's Surf Organic Boards are shaping the future of sustainable surfing with their pioneering mushroom boards.
After four surgeries, Ricardo dos Santos succumbs to his injuries and suffers cardiac arrest in intensive care.
John John Florence has shed his über grom status and won the 2014 Quiksilver Pro France. And the ramifications for surfing, says Michael Fordham, run deeper than you think.
Some surfers may be gay. Deal with it.