Author: Juan Hernandez

Surfing Mexico

Where Nic Von Rupp Goes to Find ‘Mexico-Style Point Breaks’ In Europe

 A Portuguese surf trip isn’t exactly your stereotypical surf trip. Wake up with a quick espresso and croissant for breakfast, throw in a castle tour or two between surf sessions, patrol whatever ancient town you’re in, walking along cobblestone streets, and cap off just about every meal with a healthy amount of wine. It’s […]

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Surfing Mexico

Where Nic Von Rupp Goes to Find ‘Mexico-Style Point Breaks’ In Europe

 A Portuguese surf trip isn’t exactly your stereotypical surf trip. Wake up with a quick espresso and croissant for breakfast, throw in a castle tour or two between surf sessions, patrol whatever ancient town you’re in, walking along cobblestone streets, and cap off just about every meal with a healthy amount of wine. It’s […]

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Nazaré Showed the First Signs of a New Season This Week |
Surfing Hawaii

Nazaré Showed the First Signs of a New Season This Week |

 You’d hardly call this opening day at Nazaré. Granted, there were some jet skis slinging folks into waves off the point on October 16 but there wasn’t exactly a Super Bowl-sized crowd up on the cliff to watch it all. It begs the question: if a wave breaks at Nazaré but fewer than 1,000 […]

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Jackson Lebsack On Being Jamie O’Brien’s Personal Filmer
Surfing Hawaii

Jackson Lebsack On Being Jamie O’Brien’s Personal Filmer

[embedded content] There’s no shortage of times we’ve pointed to Jamie O’Brien’s influence on the modern age of professional surfing. We’ve put a spotlight on him opening doors that previously didn’t exist for athletes more time than we can count — doors that are now a necessity for just about every marketable pro surfer on the […]

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California Legislation Seeks to Set Criteria for Designating State Surfing Reserves
Surfing California

California Legislation Seeks to Set Criteria for Designating State Surfing Reserves

Photo: Unsplash California designated surfing as its state sport in 2018. More than just a tourism draw, the designation meant the Golden State would have to take on greater responsibility in caring for and preserving its coastline. Southern California Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin’s proposed legislation, AB 2177, appears to be a logical move toward accomplishing that. […]

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California Legislation Seeks to Set Criteria for Designating State Surfing Reserves
Surfing California

California Legislation Seeks to Set Criteria for Designating State Surfing Reserves

Photo: Unsplash California designated surfing as its state sport in 2018. More than just a tourism draw, the designation meant the Golden State would have to take on greater responsibility in caring for and preserving its coastline. Southern California Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin’s proposed legislation, AB 2177, appears to be a logical move toward accomplishing that. […]

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California Legislation Seeks to Set Criteria for Designating State Surfing Reserves
Surfing California

California Legislation Seeks to Set Criteria for Designating State Surfing Reserves

Photo: Unsplash California designated surfing as its state sport in 2018. More than just a tourism draw, the designation meant the Golden State would have to take on greater responsibility in caring for and preserving its coastline. Southern California Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin’s proposed legislation, AB 2177, appears to be a logical move toward accomplishing that. […]

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