The Quiksilver Pro France kicks off the Europe leg of the ASP World Tour, and with only a few events remaining the world title is Gabriel Medina's to lose.
Navigating the murky waters of riding waves for a living can be challenging for the young upstart, but that's what Surfing America is here for.
From tide watches to shades, there are a lot of options for surfers out there today; while we're here in the Maldives we thought we'd show you a few of our favorite products.
Carissa Moore posted a near-perfect heat score in round one of the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach, but Tyler Wright and Sally Fitzgibbons are in hot pursuit.
Joel Parkinson, Julian Wilson and other world tour friends score on the down days during the Quiksilver Pro France.
Reynolds, Wilson, Andino, Fanning free surf France
Dean Randazzo and Shea Lopez talk gold medal chances
Forthcoming documentary tells stories of Europe's varied surf culture
Romain Cloitre on charging, traveling and coming from Reunion Island
Gudauskas brothers, Jamie Mitchell, Dylan Graves, Maya Gabeira, and Rusty Long lead charge at Todos Santos in Mexico
The Nixon Lodown tide watch
Round 1 of O'Neill Cold Water Classic wraps in inconsistent conditions
Time and tide bode well for Jordy Smith, Kelly Slater, Owen Wilson and Taylor Knox.
Michel Bourez and Damien Hobgood talk about surviving the on again/off again conditions in South Africa.
Brazilians and Kiwis advance at SuperSurf International Prime 2011.
Knox makes the call in France: off for today.