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Tyler Gunter and Kirra Pinkerton go off in the WSL North American Jr season.

September 25, 2018

Tyler Gunter won the WSL
North America Jr Season

KIrra Pinkerton won the WSL North
American Junior Regional Title

Rapid Fire: Hurricane Florence in Realtime Chronicling the season's first major hurricane on the East Coast (Updated: 9/14@12:51pm)

September 14, 2018

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in North Carolina and everyone else on the east coast that are being affected by this powerful weather front. See the whole story @surfline

Wish You Were Here: Torrey Meister and friends assault Waco, Texas.

September 12, 2018

Surfers: Jake Marshall, Torrey Meister, Jackson Butler Filmed by Clayton Burns, Grant Ellis, Sean Butler Edited by Alex Kilauano

Congrats Kei Kobayashi on your big win.......

September 12, 2018

Huge congrats to our boy Kei Kobayashi taking the win at the JPSA in Shizuoka Great job Kei.

Check out Tyler Gunter and his New Edit...

August 24, 2018

Edit by Hunter Martinez.

Nolan Rapoza scores in Indo with Tracks Magazine.

August 22, 2018

Strung like a necklace of priceless jewels off the west coast of Sumatra, The Mentawai Islands are home to the most glorious waves on earth. You may flirt with other locations, but the Ments with its hypnotic tubes, seductive coils and myriad different set-ups will always draw you back. It is an otherworldly realm where surfing fantasies are made real and the possibilities of performance redefined.         
When professional surfers travel to the Ments it is a meeting of bold forces. If you take the best surfers in the world and put them in the best waves then the results are always going to be spectacular. Tracks recently went roaming aboard the Mangalui in the Mentawais with seven, surfing virtuosos who were blessed with all that this divine cluster of islands has to offer.
Introducing The Realm featuring Finn McGill, Davey Cathels, Reef Heazlewood, Nolan Rapoza, Seb Smart, Matt Meola and Sheldon Simkus.  
Filmed by Jon Spenser
Edit by Nick Colbey

Michel Bourez Still Awaits Destiny at Teahupo'o

August 15, 2018

"I'm not going to lie, there's extra pressure and it is always hard to focus on the heat," Michael Bourez said after his Round 1 win at the Tahiti Pro Teahupo'o. "With all the local interest and the cheering from the channel. However I've been doing it for ten years now. I'm used to it."

Click link to see the whole story and documentary now at http://www.worldsurfleague.com/posts/341956/michel-bourez-still-awaits-destiny-at-teahupoo