Surf cinematographer Sonny Miller, maker of "Searching For Tom Curren," dies at age 53 of heart attack in California.
It's been a few years since the ASP World Tour pulled into Jeffreys Bay, but with an intriguing world title race in the making, it's a welcome addition to the '14 schedule.
Hard-traveling surf photographer Chris Burkard puts 10 years on the road into one book. His latest release, "Distant Shores," will take you to some of the world's most far-flung wave zones.
In his new book, "Distant Shores," surf photographer Chris Burkard puts 10 years of road work into a brilliant travel compendium.
After a two-year hiatus, Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, is back on the ASP World Tour schedule, and guys like Kelly Slater and Joel Parkinson are looking to put their veteran experience to good use.
Hours after the birth of his daughter Hawaii's Makua Rothman jumped on a plane to Peru to compete in heavy 30-foot surf. Inspired, he came away with the biggest win of his career.
Harrison Roach's unique approach to riding waves takes cues from the past and blends them with a modern-day enthusiasm not often found in surfers his age.
Few places in the world embody a surf paradise quite like Tahiti. With summer here, it's time to head back down south and jump in that warm, tropical water.
The Kamehameha Surf Team just won the NSSA National High School Team Championship, becoming the first all-Native Hawaiian squad to take the title.
Paddling Panama's East Coast in search of adventure and perfect surf.
Atlantic tropical storm preview -- get your skateboard, fishing pole or other non-surf gear ready. It doesn't look good for surf.
With paddles in hand, Hawaiians Kody Kerbox and Noa Ginella ltrade the Islands for an adventure through Panama's more remote backwaters.
When Bruce Brown and crew landed in Dakar, Senegal, to film "The Endless Summer" 50 years ago, they created a blossoming West African surf culture that endures today.
Fifty years after Bruce Brown, Mike Hynson and Robert August surfed the coast of Senegal for the filming of "The Endless Summer," ESPN Surfing returns to find a blossoming surf culture.
Getting paid to surf sounds great, but when it comes to putting a sponsor's sticker on your board things can get pretty complicated.
A lot of surfers these days are interested in something that doesn't even happen in the water or on the coast. So, what gives?