After a stumble in Round 2 of the Quiksilver Pro Australia, John John Florence didn't start his 2014 campaign the way he'd hoped, so we probed him about Slater, the ASP and Pipeline
In winning the Volcom Pipeline Pro, Kelly Slater affirmed that he's the best surfer ever. The scary thing is, as the 2014 season looms, he seems to actually be getting better.
O swell de Hercules
The winter storm that froze North America and dubbed ""Hercules,"' sent a giant swell to the European coast Tuesday. Here's a look at some action off the coast of France.
The morning of Dec. 20 greeted a solid West NW swell that awoke Pipe's second reef
Was the final day of the 2013 Pipeline Masters one for the ages? No doubt about it. Fanning won the title, Slater was crowned Pipe Master, and Florence took out the Triple Crown
The surf at the Pipe Masters was pumping for the second day of competition, and all eyes were on Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning and the ASP World Title race.
After a back and forth battle all year long with Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning has won the 2013 ASP World Title
Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning own seven of the last 10 ASP World Titles, but they've never had a showdown at Pipeline, until now.
Rarely does an ASP world title come down to the wire, but after a back-and-forth year in 2013, Mick Fanning and Kelly Slater are both poised for greatness.
World titles and careers hang in the balance as the 2013 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing lands on Oahu's famed North Shore.
After its long summer slumber, the North Shore is once again bustling with activity -- both in and out of the water.
Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning are the final two surfers left in the race for the 2013 ASP World Title. Here's what it's going to take for them to win it.
From a competitive standpoint John John Florence's results this year were questionable, but what's not up for debate is how good he is in any and all conditions.
Summer isn't over until you say it is. For Greg Long and a fortunate crew in Puerto Escondido, Mexico, the warm water and south swells just keep coming
Surf photography's a notoriously dicey way to make a living, but for 22-year-old Morgan Maassen, who's quickly risen to become an A-plus shooter, it's much more than a livelihood.