Last week at the International Surfing Association World Games took place in El Salvador, with Sally Fitzgibbons taking gold.
In the closeout event of the Australian leg, Sally Fitzgibbons and Gabriel Medina have won the Rip Curl Rottnest Search
In what was a massive week of action at Main Break in Margaret River, with Tatiana Weston-Webb and Filipe Toledo in searing form.
Three-time World Champion Mick Fanning has been inducted into the Surfing Australia Hall of Fame.
The worlds best have now touched down in Western Australia for the Margaret River Pro and final leg of the World Surf League down under
Caroline Marks and Gabriel Medina were victorious at the third stop on the WSL 2021 Championship Tour.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen the worlds best in the lineup, and last week the WSL landed down under with the start of the Australian Leg and the Rip Curl Newcastle Cup.
In an action-packed and wet and wild weekend at the Sandown Supersprint, Shane van Gisbergen put on a career performance.
In a performance that is sure to be a talking point for years to come, Shane van Gisbergen took out victory at Sandown in emphatic style, returning after a severe injury.
Red Bull Cape Fear, the invitation-only big wave surfing competition, is returning to Shipstern Bluff in Tasmania for 2021, with the competition window now underway.
The World Surf League will return to the iconic Bells Beach in 2022 with a new three-year deal signed between WSL and longtime partner’s Rip Curl
Molly Picklum and Reef Heazlewood took victory last week at the Great Lakes Pro, the 2021 World Surf League Qualifying Series’s opening event.
This morning the WSL has confirmed the Championship Tour’s updated schedule and the Australian leg, announcing the cancellation
The World Surf League has just announced the We Are One Ocean campaign calling for the protection of 30 percent of our one ocean by 2030
World Surfing is returning down under once again, and we’re about to see a series of events across the country, including the new CT Qualifying format which will see surfing return to Port Stephens.
It’s set to be a massive year of motorsport in 2021 with the Repco Supercars championship revealing its calendar, and it certainly has some surprises.
However precisely twelve months since we last saw the worlds best in the water, the news has come in that we would be kicking off with the Maui Pro.
One of the worst kept secrets in Supercars was confirmed with Shell V Power racing announcing its 2021 lineup.