Friday, April 20, 2018


Olympic Qualification Process Takes a Bit More Shape – 18 spots will (tentatively) be reserved for WSL athletes in the 2020 Games

Earlier this morning in a press release, the World Surf League and the International Surfing Association (recognized by the International Olympic Committee as the “World Governing Authority for Surfing”) announced the two entities came to a preliminary agreement on how the WSL and the ISA will work together on the qualification process for the upcoming

Split Peak: Do We Want An Artificial Surfing Future? – Editor Todd Prodanovich and features editor Justin Housman debate the finer points of freshwater surfing

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 will go down as the beginning of a new chapter of surfing competition. Sure, it wasn’t the first contest held in artificial surf (Allentown, Pennsylvania, anyone?) but it was the first time the best surfers in the world gathered to compete in what can certainly be called a world-class artificial wave

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