Go for it: Titans of Mavericks gets green light

Mavericks: big, sharky, cold and deadly | Photo: Nelly/Red Bull

The Titans of Mavericks has been called on. The world’s daring big sea surfers will hit Half Moon Bay on February 12th.

It’s never big enough for the “The Eddie” but, in Northern California, there are 24 chargers ready to tackle giant waves breaking in sharky cold waters. This time, Mavericks…

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The best WindSUP boards in the world

WindSUP: go windsurfing, go stand-up paddleboarding | Photo: Starboard

WindSUP is one of the smartest inventions ever produced by the boardsports industry. Discover what makes a good stand-up paddleboard for windsurfers and occasional paddlers.

What is a WindSUP? Is it a windsurf board or a stand-up paddleboard (SUP)? A WindSUP is a fuse between windsurfing and…

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Ben Skinner is the King of the Board 2014

Ben Skinner: style is everything in longboarding | Photo: ASP/Gonzalez

Ben Skinner won the King of the Board 2014, at Playa de Somo, Cantabria, Spain.

The ASP Europe sanctioned specialty marvel combined both performance and classic board styles in long peeling two-to-four foot waves, at Ribamontan al Mar.

The innovative format saw Ben Skinner displaying a full…

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Kelly Slater’s U.S. Open Warm Up | SURFER Magazine

When the U.S. Open of Surfing forecast calls for no larger than 3-foot faces, warming up for the holiday can be harsh, especially when following up an all-time wave at Jeffreys Bay. Unless, of course, you're Kelly Slater. In which

Canibal shark eats nine-foot great white

Great white shark: there are canibals in the family

Scientists have solved the mystery of the nine-foot (2.7 meters) great white shark eaten by a super predator, in Australia’s Southern Ocean.

When researchers GPS-tagged a great white, they didn’t imagine what would happen two months later. The device was found on a beach, and its data revealed…

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William Aliotti prevails in the cold waves of Kamchatka

William Aliotti: it's never too cold for an aerial move

William Aliotti has taken out the Nixon Surfboard Dare 2014, in Kamchatka, Russian Far-East.

The 21-year-old goofy-footer from the Caribbean haven of Saint Martin defeated Vincent Duvignac in the five-foot waves, and frigid water temperatures.

“I’m so glad to return from Russia with two prizes…

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NeilPryde expands the Forceline sail concept

Forceline sails: construction complexity and weight are reduced

NeilPryde has evolved its Forceline structural reinforcements into a full sail concept.

After introducing the Forceline panels, the wind surfing label has expanded the formula into the sail, where loads are now seamlessly controlled and dispersed in the entire, tack, foot, clew and leech of the…

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