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Surf photography by Jeff Yusa

 
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It was a very close call for 17-year-old Australian surfer Cooper Allen.  The teenager was bitten on the thigh by a great white shark at around 9:00 a.m. on Monday, just off Lighthouse Beach in the town of Ballina on the east coast. But he seems...

Thanks to the good people at SquareTrade, we can now truly verify that both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are indeed water-resistant.  SEE ALSO: iPhone 7's Lightning jack could be a durability liability Pro Surfer Kai Lenny took both coveted de...

The International Olympic Committee voted today to add five events (really six because baseball and softball are different sports, just not to the IOC) to the summer Olympic slate, beginning in Tokyo in 2020. Baseball, softball, karate, skateboard, s...

In 1971, Australian filmmaker Paul Witzig released his fourth surf movie Sea of Joy, celebrating the rise of the short boards. To score the film, Witzig enlisted Sydney band Tully, best known at the time as the backing band for the Australian product...

The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will probably not be a comprehensive shitstorm like these 2016 Games are shaping up to be, but there is a decent chance they will be much more rad, thanks to the new sports that could get added to the program. Five...

Thirteen years ago, Bethany Hamilton’s left arm was bitten off by a tiger shark while she was surfing on Kauai. Despite losing 60 percent of her blood, she survived, returned to surfing three weeks later, became the subject of a number of movies an...

Its been a little while since I've caught up over here and that's a shame. Especially since I spend a majority of my online social media time on Google properties already (and Blogger is a Google property) but it seems like Blogger's been kind of for...