Luke Davis: sweeping the floor in Acapulco

Luke Davis has conquered the 2014 Surf Open Acapulco, at Playa Revolcadero, Mexico.

The surfer from San Clemente has taken out his first ever ASP Qualifying Series victory, in the final against Noe Mar McGonagle, the stand out of the whole event.

Davis opened the decisive heat with two different airs in a long right-hander, to earn an impressive 8.00-point score. Later, he backed it with another solid ride.


Matt Wilkinson: inspired at Supertubes

The Round 2 of the J-Bay Open 2014 has been completed in three-to-five foot (1 metre) top-to-bottom surf at Supertubes, Jeffreys Bay.

Professional surfing's win-or-die clash decided who will be riding Round 3, in South Africa's most famous surf spot.

Gabriel Medina, Joel Parkinson and Julian Wilson survived their elimination heats. They are joined by Matt Wilkinson, who eliminated fellow Australian surfer Bede Durbidge.


Ricardo dos Santos: a dive into the abyss

When one of the biggest swells of the decade hits South America, big wave addicts know where to go. Next destination: Playa Zicatela, Puerto Escondido.

Makua Rothman had just been crowned champion of the Billabong Pico Alto 2014, in Peru. Two days after, on the 5th July, all photographers and videographers had their lenses on the pros.

Sometimes, it's all for one wave. And that was exactly what happened with Shane Dorian, who caught one of the bombs of the season. A few minutes later, he was quietly sipping a coconut under palm trees.