Over the past week Rockaway Beach, NY was stormed by Joel Tudor and 32 of the most talented longboarders from around the globe. Ten years, and twenty-one events later, the Vans Duct tape has gone full circle, ending up...
The tenth annual Queen of the Peak hit the shores of Cox Bay over the past weekend. The weather, conditions, and athletes did not disappoint tipping the scales of years past. The four categories paddled through some large sets...
Some individuals just seem to "get it" when it comes to shooting surf. Joseph Allison is one of those people. Joseph is still relatively underground in the Canadain surf scene, but his imagery holds it's own even amongst the...
We Canadians have a solid contingency of females in the water from coast to coast. From old to young it shows year after year with the magnitude of contestants at the "Queen of the Peak" competition and the daily...
Why do people ride “ALTERNATIVE BOARDS”? Is it an excuse to not try as hard? The age-old rationalization is that you can’t surf a twin fin as aggressively as your standard shortboard.   I don't buy it. This past swell Ben Woodford...
We would like to introduce Benoit Lalande as this week's Portfolio Series featured photographer/cinematographer. He is a Self-taught surf photographer whose work graced the pages of our latest issue and was featured in our contributor's profile. Originally from Quebec City,...

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