Courtney Conlogue, the third-ranked women's surfer in the world, has a talent and passion for art that she displays right on her surfboards for everyone to see.
A day in the life of 2012 U.S. Open of Surfing champion Lakey Peterson
When five-time world surfing champ Stephanie Gilmore isn't making waves in the ocean, she's strumming her guitar as a way to escape.
Surfing has taken Lakey Peterson to some exotic places, but being away from home and not knowing what's next can be difficult. Landing a boyfriend isn't exactly easy, either.
Sunbathers we're not. As the action at the beach heats up, check out these ideas to keep yourself covered during your fun and games in the water, on shore and beyond.
Courtney Conlogue might have found success in any sport, but the natural athlete set her sights on surfing and has brought an unconventional approach to the sport that seems to be working.
Surfer Lakey Peterson, who is spending her Fourth of July in France, explains how she's learned to balance friendship with competition.
Her sport may be one reason surfer Bethany Hamilton emerged as an icon of resilience.
Lakey Peterson travels all over the globe to ride the biggest waves earth has to offer and shares her top surfing spots for beginners closer to home.
At just 18, Lakey Peterson is taking women's surfing into new territory with her never-before-seen, high-flying style.
After watching, listening and practicing all week, Alyssa Roenigk finally dives in for her first IronMana Liquid Festival race.
Alyssa Roenigk scrapped it out in the 25-meter swim and stand-up paddle races during Day 5, but was humbled by Bora Bora's local talent.
In Day 4 of the IronMana Liquid festival, Alyssa Roenigk went from journalist to competitor, and found that even second-place finishers here are winners.
Learning something new can be daunting, even downright scary. But the lessons learned at the IronMana Liquid Festival are anything but.
Finally on the ground in Bora Bora for the IronMana Liquid Festival, I meet the mastermind (and extreme poet) behind one of the most unique sporting events on the planet.