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Josh Kerr from Australia has become a trend setter in surfing. Both his style in and out of the water are original and the fan favorite’s actions rarely go unnoticed.
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The World Tour has returned to Jeffreys Bay. It’s been two years since the Top 34 have battled at the world’s best pointbreak, so the stats above reflect only the last three Tour events there, in ’09, ’10, and ’11. See who has done well before and who’s never seen J-Bay at its finest before…
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Reports are that Sonny Miller, the man responsible for the best surf films of the 90s, including 1997′s SURFER Poll winner, Searching for Tom Curren, passed away on Tuesday after suffering a heart attack. Sadly, Miller’s mother died just last week. Miller’s career in surfing started in the ’80s as a photographer for SURFER and Breakout magazines….
Every time a surfer uses perfect to describe a wave it must be taken with a grain of salt. That said, Dale Staples has the video proof of what he calls “the perfect wave.” And we can’t disagree. Recently, Skeleton Bay returned to the forefront of the surf world with a run of swell that…
To coincide with the return of Jeffreys Bay to the World Tour, Jordy Smith, a two-time WT event winner at the spot, released this video explaining his special connection with the world’s best pointbreak. Growing up in Durban, Jordy became accustomed to the punchy, cold, and offshore waves that are by and large synonymous with…
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