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.
Waves as big as tower blocks and the beach patriarchy could not stop surf photographer Lucia Griggi from becoming one of the best in the world.
A look at whether Beyoncé ripped off the epic, John John Florence-fronted, View From A Blue Moon for Lemonade.
SoCal skate docs collide with North Sea DIY surf movies at Nord Nordwest Surf Film Fest, Hamburg. Here are the festival favourites.
Photographer and surfer Andrew McConnell journeys to Gaza, to discover the surf culture that has emerged in the midst of a battleground.
Surfing changed Easkey Britton’s life. Now she’s using it to break social barriers and change the world.
Filmmaker, photographer and adventurer Foster Huntington embarks on a sailboat voyage through Mexico’s Central Baja to look for undiscovered and inaccessible surf.
Pro surfers Keith, Dan and Chris Malloy would never have become the intrepid explorers they are today without their father leading them into the wild.
Brittany Parker always dreamt of being a surfer but there was one problem – she lived in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 6,000 ft above the sea. Determined not to let that hold her back she discovered a surprising scene in the Rocky Mountains and has become one of its most fervent ambassadors.
A new documentary short offers an intimate portrait of one surfer's free-spirited approach to nature.
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?