World tour journeyman Travis Logie works hard for a living, and after moving from his native South Africa to Hollywood, he's doing his best to settle into his new surroundings.
Hawaii's Alisha Gonsalves debuts on "Surf House" this week. X Game's Daniel Ikaika Ito caught up with her to talk about the challenges of filming a reality show on the North Shore.
In a back-and-forth affair, Jordy Smith beat Adriano de Souza to take the win at the Billabong Rio Pro. Shooting up the ASP ratings, it was Smith's first tour win since 2011
It was a long day at the Billabong Rio Pro, but the quarterfinalists have been decided and Kelly Slater and Adriano De Souza are set for a head-to-head clash tomorrow.
Storm surf and low scores are the story of the day as the waiting period winds down and Billabong Rio Pro officials are forced to run round two.
There's plenty of world-class surf to be found in the Old World, from Spain to Portugal to the south of France, opportunity abides in Europe.
The Australian leg of the ASP World Tour is in the books, and now, as the Billabong Rio Pro gears up, things are starting to get interesting. Shane Beschen breaks is down.
Slater, Parko, Fanning, De Souza were all winners as tricky, but high-scoring surf kicked off round one of the Billabong Rio Pro.
With nearly 5,000 miles of coastline on offer, Brazil naturally makes for a surfer's paradise. Here are a few things to expect after you book your ticket.
19-year-old Brazilian Gabriel Medina has beat 11-time world champ Kelly Slater to make the Real Surf final, where he'll face heavy-footed South African Jordy Smith.
The 49ers, the Giants and the Golden State Warriors successes this year have given Bay Area sports fans much to cheer about, and now you can add Nat Young to that list.
Kelly Slater, Jordy Smith, Gabriel Medina and Josh Kerr have moved on into round two of X Games Real Surf, and now things are getting really interesting. Voting's live now.
Everything in Australia was going along swimmingly for John John Florence until an air-gone-wrong wrecked his ankle and sidelined him.
Jordy Smith and Mick Fanning led the charge into the quarterfinals of the Rip Curl Pro, but the big news of the day was the elimination of Kelly Slater and Joel Parkinson.
With world title favorites exiting the Rip Curl Pro early, Adriano De Souza took full advantage of the situation to become the first Brazilian to win at Bells in over 50 years.
Jordy Smith locked in the highest heat score of the Rip Curl Pro so far, but it was the prowess and grit of rookies Nat Young and Sebastian Zietz that stole the show.