Surfing Mexico

Surf Puerto Escondido: A Guide On How & Where To Find The Best Spots
Surfing Mexico

Surf Puerto Escondido: A Guide On How & Where To Find The Best Spots

Mexico has undoubtedly attracted many tourists around the world for some good reasons, and many have even made it their first international vacation. Places like Cancun and Tulum are the Mexican hotspots for tourists looking for typical vacations, think beaches, and cocktails. Others prefer to indulge in non-touristy activities such as exploring the most spectacular […]

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Rob Machado Having an Absolute Blast on a 7’0″ Sunday in Mexico
Surfing Mexico

Rob Machado Having an Absolute Blast on a 7’0″ Sunday in Mexico

[embedded content] Rob Machado is, without a doubt, one of the smoothest, most stylish surfers in the world. He’s the epitome of economy of movement, a perfect example of why, exactly, less really is more. Slow is smooth and smooth is fast, as they say, and Rob Machado makes surfing look as fun as it […]

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Surf Puerto Escondido: A Guide On How & Where To Find The Best Spots
Surfing Mexico

Surf Puerto Escondido: A Guide On How & Where To Find The Best Spots

Mexico has undoubtedly attracted many tourists around the world for some good reasons, and many have even made it their first international vacation. Places like Cancun and Tulum are the Mexican hotspots for tourists looking for typical vacations, think beaches, and cocktails. Others prefer to indulge in non-touristy activities such as exploring the most spectacular […]

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The (No Longer) Secret World of Surf Spots
Surfing Mexico

The (No Longer) Secret World of Surf Spots

As one of the world’s most productive wave hunters, Josh Mulcoy is used to keeping his discoveries to himself, whether it’s a remote beach or in his backyard of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. But nowadays, Mulcoy, a professional surfer and photographer, takes more care than ever about what information he shares — and what he […]

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International Surfing Day Forecast
Surfing Mexico

International Surfing Day Forecast

‘Tis the season for the biggest holiday in surfing. This Saturday, June 18th, 2022, marks the 18th edition of International Surfing day (ISD), offering surfers around the globe a reason to celebrate the activity we all love regardless of whether the surf is pumping, flat, or somewhere in between. And the good news, for many […]

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Bizarre mid-June hailstorm causes havoc in Mexico City
Surfing Mexico

Bizarre mid-June hailstorm causes havoc in Mexico City

For large parts of the world, as we enter the middle of June, the sun is shining and summer is well and truly underway. However, in Mexico City, this couldn’t be further from the case, with the city being graced with what looks like a rare summertime snowstorm. Except, it isn’t actually snow. It just […]

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The (No Longer) Secret World of Surf Spots
Surfing Mexico

The (No Longer) Secret World of Surf Spots

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has added to the upheaval brought on by social media as more new surfers paddle out into local lineups without learning the local etiquette. The exploration and rites of passage it took to find these places, their secrecy or access held down across generations of surfers in some cases, can vanish […]

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A U.S. murder suspect fled to Mexico. The Gringo Hunters were waiting.
Surfing Mexico

A U.S. murder suspect fled to Mexico. The Gringo Hunters were waiting.

ENSENADA, Mexico — The fugitive could have been anywhere, so Ivan kept his voice down. “We know he’s probably armed,” he told the members of his team. They had pulled into a parking lot near the cruise ship terminal, a semicircle of undercover Mexican police officers, handguns hidden in the waistbands of their jeans. Story […]

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Agatha hits southern Mexico coast as strongest May hurricane
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Agatha hits southern Mexico coast as strongest May hurricane

PUERTO ESCONDIDO, Mexico — Hurricane Agatha, the strongest hurricane on record to make landfall in May in the eastern Pacific, swept ashore on a stretch of tourist beaches and fishing towns Monday, then weakened moving inland over the mountains of southern Mexico. Torrential rains and howling winds whipped palm trees and drove tourists and residents […]

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Plus-size women have a champion in Hawaii: ‘If you’re surfing, you are a surfer’
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Plus-size women have a champion in Hawaii: ‘If you’re surfing, you are a surfer’

Sarah Sekula  |  Special to USA TODAY WAIKIKI, OAHU – It’s a few hours before sunset. Mellow waves consistently kiss the shoreline. With a few strong strokes, Elizabeth Sneed pops up onto her yellow longboard with ease. She smiles. Sneed is doing something she’s always dreamed of: surfing. It‘s something that certainly didn’t happen overnight. […]

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