Orcas are one of the most intelligent species on earth, with a uniquely inquisitive nature and deep social bonds that they keep throughout their lives. Overfishing and pollution have driven this remarkable species to the brink of extinction.
As you dive deeper, freediving brings it all to the surface.
How one Hawaiian family took action to protect their reefs, and what the rest of the world must do to follow their lead.
The welcoming and warm vibes of this community resonate across the ocean – even during the bone-chilling winters.
“If she has this kind of talent, there’s talent out there that has not even been tapped. It’s just the beginning.”
How the editors of Stab perpetuate a discriminatory double standard under the guise of empowerment to actively oppress women’s surfing.
It’s only logical to make your beach routine ocean-friendly.
An excerpt from Jaimal Yogis’ newest book, All Our Waves Are Water: Stumbling Toward Enlightenment and the Perfect Ride.
A first place finish is equally valuable for both men and women. A pre-determined and fair tier-system would prevent unintended fluctuations in prize awards.
What if women’s sports can be made more profitable by improved representation?
The aim was to get as shacked as you could and make it out the other side alive.
My stoke knew no bounds. The moment that asked a question about who I am had come, and I had answered.
Until these issues are taken seriously by the wider surfing community, the only way to demand change is to enact it.
Lightening split the sky open and the crowd dissipated. The peak was wide open.
If I see another “surf edit” that consists of more prancing on the beach than riding waves, I might throw up.
A selection of stories about rebellious female firebrands who have lived the surfing life on their own terms.
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