Surf News Headlines and Top Stories

Papua New Guinea is the new surfing destiny

When we think about fantastic surf spots in the world usually the first thing that comes to mind are Hawaii, Australia, Mexico, California and Portugal. But there is another location on the surf map, undiscovered, unpredictable, un-spoilt, beautiful and exotic.

Big Wave Surf Film Festival

From the spirit of Jay Moriarity to women’s surfing to the powerful presence of Greg Noll, surfing fans are in for a treat June 17-20 when the first annual Half Moon Bay Big-Wave Surfing Film Festival takes place at the Oceano Hotel in Princeton Harbor.

Surfing will be part of the 17th Bolivarian Games for the first time

The Bolivarian Sports Organization (ODEBO, Organizacion Deportiva Bolivariana), organizer of the Bolivarian Games, the regional multi-sport event held in honor of Simón Bolívar, announced it will include surfing as an official sport in the 17th Edition of the Games.

Rip Curl Go Surfing Day 2009

Plenty of girls and waves show up in force for the Rip Curl Girls Go Surfing Day presented by Clean and Clear.

Alan Stokes wins the Gul Night Surf at Fistral Beach

The hard work is over and the Gul night surf ticked all the right boxes. The weather was fantastic, the quality of waves and performances from British surfers, was amongst the best we have seen at a UK surf event and thousands of people turned up at Fistral beach, Newquay.

Owen Wright conquers the SriLankan Airlines Pro in the Maldives

Owen Wright (Australia) has won the 10th annual Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) six star PRIME rated World Qualifying Series (WQS).

The Summer Surf Gear Guide 2019