Hubboards - The Movie: a signature drop

"Hubboards - The Movie" is probably one of the most exciting bodyboarding films of the 21st century. And that's because there are two special Kauaians in it.

Jeff and Dave may share the same surname, but they are two completely different bodyboarders. The Hubbard brothers are world champions and have teamed up to create a bodyboard brand - Hubboards.

Their insights are valuable when designing high-performance bodyboards. Whether you're a prone or drop-knee enthusiast, Jeff and Dave Hubbard will always teach you something.


Tahurai Henry: he calls Teahupoo his home

Tahurai Henry has suffered a serious injury at Teahupoo, Tahiti.

The Polynesian bodyboarder participated in one of the free surfing sessions that preceded Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014 heats, alongside many local chargers.

Apparently, Henry suffered a horrific wipeout and broke his back. He was immediately taken to the Taravao hospital, but he will face a long period rehabilitation before returning to the vertical walls of Teahupoo.


David Cameron: a Prime bodyboarder

David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, has been spotted bodyboarding in the waves of Polzeath, in Cornwall, England.

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party seems to be a fan of wave sports, just like the English monarchs. Prince Charles is an experienced windsurfer; William loves surfing.

Cameron, who is a regular cyclist, put on his C-Skins spring suit and grabbed a Tribord boogie board. The waves weren't big, but he found a few surf lines and fought them vigorously.