The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) will open a new office in New York City.
Mark Noonan, the newly-appointed Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at ASP International, will be in charge of developing and staffing the organization’s new office in… Read more →
A few surprises marked the first day of waves of the Billabong Rio Pro 2014, at the powerful beachbreak of Barra Da Tijuca.
Tiago Pires sent Adriano de Souza and Sebastian Zietz to Round 2, with the first substantial ride of a 6.33 for two solid turns… Read more →
An entrepreneur has developed a prototype of a surf pool that only uses human muscles to pump waves.
“Fred’s Wave” is a one-man show. The dream of building an inexpensive, eco-friendly artificial wave has been growing somewhere in Sukabumi, West Java,… Read more →
The Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast has officially opened the 2014 ASP World Tour, at Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta.
The opening heat of the elite surfing season, the speed, power and repertoire of Jeremy Flores paid off. The Frenchman won the first clash of t… Read more →
Jack Robinson has clinched the North Shore Surf Shop Pro Junior, at Sunset Beach, Oahu, Hawaii.
The world’s best junior surfers challenged 8-10 foot barrels to show why the future of our sport is in good hands. Kelly Slater came down to commentate for… Read more →
A group of Australian wave riders has announced the launch of the Recreational Surfing Association.
Tired of pro surfers and their impossible tricks in magazine covers? Jim Wilson and Andrew McKinnon believe that we should surf for fun and to protect … Read more →