Filipe Toledo's agile aerial surfing outpaced his more powerful countryman, Willian Cordosa, in the inconsistent surf at the U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, Calif.
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.
Less than a decade ago Clark Little was a plumeria farmer. Today he's one of the most visible and respected water photographers in the world, and he has a new book out.
Dan Malloy and friends tuned up their bikes, racked their surfboards and hit the California highway, producing a new film and book along the way entitled "Slows Is Fast."
ESPN Films' 30 for 30 series is premiering "Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau" on ESPN on October 1, at 8:00 p.m. ET
Russia. It's not on every surfer's bucket list, but with empty lineups and the help of some friendly locals, it's worth a look
Billabong writes brand value down to zero deeming it essentially worthless. Subsidiary brands like Element Skateboards also written down
Keith Malloy's opus "Come Hell or High Water" brought renewed visibility to the art of bodysurfing, and now there's a book out to accompany the unencumbered action
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.
When Eddie Aikau disappeared in the Pacific on March 17, 1978, he became an instant legend. Now an award-winning film set to premiere details the man's life
Surf photography isn't always the most lucrative career pursuit, and for Santa Barbara-based Branden Aroyan, that's where the reality show "Wipeout" comes in.