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ELLIE-JEAN COFFEY SURPRISE SINGLE FIN NATURAL

Some of the world’s best surfers have stepped back in time at the 18th Single Fin Classic. The stand-out at Burleigh Point was Ellie-Jean Coffey who dominated despite it being her first time on the traditional board. Read More »

SURFING GROMS WITH HIGH HOPES

They’re pint sized surfers with gigantic gusto. Best mates Ty Richardson and Zahli Kelly head into this weekend’s Wahu Groms Comp hot favourites. Read More »

BRITTANI NICHOLL AIMING FOR WORLD TOUR

Tweed surfer Brittani Nicholl is chomping at the bit to get back into competition…after illness slowed her down last year. But she knows, she’s got a lot of catching up to do, if she wants to qualify for the 2016 world tour. Read More »

GROMS CARVE IT UP AT NEW SURF SERIES

Teens from as far as New Zealand and Japan are carving up Duranbah Beach in a new touring surf competition. Their idol Joel Parkinson joined them in the water to offer tips and show off his moves. Read More »

PIPE TOPS YEAR OF HIGHS AND LOWS FOR ACE BUCHAN

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Central Coast surfer Adrian Buchan says he’s enjoying surfing more than ever, despite a challenging 2014. There were many ups and downs for the goofy-footer, but he finished the year on a high at Pipe. Read More »

ORIGINAL COOLY KIDS IN TOWN TO PROMOTE LOST FILM

Long before Mick Fanning and Parko arrived on the scene…the original Cooly Kids were shredding at Kirra. Peter Townend and Wayne ‘Rabbbit ‘ Bartholomew reminisced at Kirra today – before the showing of a film they’re featured in – that hasn’t been seen in nearly 40 years. Read More »

JOSH KERR’S DAUGHTER TURNING INTO AMAZING SKATE-BOARDER

Tweed Heads surfer Josh Kerr is used to world-wide attention, but lately another Kerr has been turning heads. His 7 year old daughter is following in his footsteps, but not in the surf. Read More »

SURFING PROVEN TO BENEFIT SENIORS

Retirees looking for ways to improve their bone health are in luck. A Bond University research study shows, surfing could be the ideal physical activity for our seniors. Read More »

EDDIE AIKAU BIG WAVE UNDERWAY

The opening ceremony for the Eddie Aikau¬†big wave event took place today. The Eddie is a one-day, big wave invitational competition, with Gold Coaster Jamie Mitchell set to compete. The holding period is set during the swell season of Hawaii’s North Shore and requires waves above 20 feet for the event to take place. Mitchell was awarded his place in the event, after his heroics in Spain earlier in the year. Read More »

MEDINA RIDING HIGH IN HAWAII

Gabriel Medina has arrived in Hawaii in good form, cruising through his round three heat at Sunset. It was another disappointing day for Gold Coast surfers, with Josh Kerr the lone survivor. Read More »

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