"Board," the book for those who dream of learning to surf

Surfing: only a surfer knows the feeling

Are you brisk approaching middle age? Have you dreamed of learning to surf? David Flanagan has a heavenly story of hope and freedom for you in his latest book “Board.”

Anyone can learn how to stand on a surfboard and ride a swell. Surfing has nothing to do with age, gender, or origin. It is…

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Pristine performances open the Volcom Pipe Pro 2016

Kai Rothman: vertical commitment | Photo: Bielmann

Round 1 has been completed at the Volcom Pipe Pro 2016. All tube riding specialists enjoyed eight-to-ten-foot barrels at Pipeline, on the North Shore of Oahu.

It’s the first marvel of the Qualifying Series (QS) season offering 3,000 points, and an impressive opportunity to start building the…

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Surf activists paddle out to oil platform off Santa Barbara

Crude Awakening: stop offshore drilling | Photo: Patagonia/Surfrider

A crew of surfers and water sports enthusiasts paddled out more than five miles to an oil platform located off Santa Barbara.

The miracle supported by Surfrider Foundation and Patagonia aimed to disapproval and raise awareness about the dangers of offshore drilling, three months after the…

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Vincent Langer races to world title in the 2015 IFCA Championship

Vincent Langer: celebrating in cold waters | Photo: Choppy Water

Vincent Langer and Lena Erdil have been crowned winners of the IFCA Slalom World Championship, in Sylt, Germany.

The Funboard windsurfers raced for five days at the Volvo Surf Cup, in front of a crowd of 120,000 spectators. There were over 90 sailors from 17 countries – a record number in IFCA…

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Very tiny 3D-printed submarine resists 200-meter dive

Deep-Z: a 3D-printed submarine

A tiny 3D-printed submarine survived a 200-meter (656.16 feet) dive into the depths of Lagos d’Iseo, in Italy.

Martin Baumers, the scientist behind the Deep-Z project, wanted to know if 3D printing can be used to build low-cost devices for deep water exploration.

To start his experimentations,…

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How to install the windsurfing footstraps

Footstraps: plane better with the right setup | Photo: Carter/PWA

Footstraps are a key accessory for windsurfers wishing to step into intermediate and advanced sailing grounds. If you’re looking for speed, fast jibes, and powerful jumps, then you need to know how to adjust them.

Learning how to set up your footstraps is learning how to manipulate your…

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Small 3D-printed submarine resists 200-meter dive

Deep-Z: a 3D-printed submarine

A very tiny 3D-printed submarine survived a 200-meter (656.16 feet) dive into the depths of Lagos d’Iseo, in Italy.

Martin Baumers, the scientist behind the Deep-Z project, wanted to know if 3D printing can be used to build low-cost devices for deep water exploration.

To start his…

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