Photographer Corey Frank immerses himself in Taghazout, Morocco’s number one surfing destination, finding a world bursting with colour and vibrancy.
With 2016 behind us, we look at some our best surf stories of the year - celebrating those that kept riding the waves no matter how the tides turned
After opting against medical school and turning his back on convention, surfboard shaper Chris Christenson dedicated himself to a path of creative restlessness.
Writer Joe Donnelly explores how the crumbling, surfer’s mecca of Venice in the 1970s gave rise to the legendary Z-Boys and skateboarding as we know it.
How will Hugo Tagholm, CEO of Surfers Against Sewage, fight for environmentalism when the leader of the free world thinks climate change is a ‘Chinese hoax’?
As if you needed another reason to travel to British Columbia ... introducing Canada's newest 'it' destination.
This weekend Donegal in Ireland played host to the Irish Surfing Inter-Counties Championships, marking 50 years of surfing in the country. Photographer Liam Aylott headed along to capture the celebrations.
Finisterre co-founder Ernest Capbert shares what he learned from a decade at the pioneering surf brand and why surfers make great entrepreneurs.
Summer might be coming to an end, but these pictures of Wheels and Waves festival will take you back to those heady nights, and keep you dreaming of the waves and roads to come.
So, it's official. Surfing has been added to the list of sports competed in at the Olympic Games, starting in Tokyo 2020. Despite the PR puff presentation of this being great news for the surf community, for surfers the reality is there's nothing to celebrate.
Globetrotting adventure man Foster Huntington films his pals surfing without boards, in a new promo that will make you wish you could fly.
Surfer, activist and elder statesman of surf culture, Rusty Miller, on how America has lost its way - and how surfing could help it find itself once again.