Jon Rose’s organization now raises an average of $2 million annually—not only to respond to natural disasters, but also to help people in regions where access to clean water is difficult.
After months of speculation, the 36-year-old Australian officially announced today that 2018 will be his year as a full-time competitor on the WSL World Tour.
Beginning in 2019, the Pipe Masters' place as the Decider will be no more.
Two new books explore the lengths we've gone to engineer America's most celebrated "wild" resources.
For the first time, a new study from the Ocean Cleanup quantifies how much plastic the world’s rivers are pumping into our oceans
Can Baywatch the movie succeed in carrying the sad torch of the generation-defining nineties flesh fest?
Has a young Dutchman found the solution to all that plastic in our oceans?
Surfers, hikers, skiers, and just about everyone else in the West will continue to feel the effects of the Pacific weather event this year
More than ever, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is using drones to understand climate change.
The debate about whether there is a measurable difference between waves made in pools and ones in the ocean is over.
Young competitors want to represent their countries on the largest stage. We should let them.
On Monday, August 25, fans of professional surfing witnessed an epochal moment in the career of the sport’s all-time great, Kelly Slater. In the final of the Billabong Pro Tahiti, the 11-time world...
Hobie Alter—innovator of the foam and fiberglass surfboard, inventor of the lightweight and affordable Hobie Cat, patriarch of the Southern California beach lifestyle—passed away on Saturday.
Waves for Water founder Jon Rose has been on the East Coast since Hurricane Sandy struck, cutting through red tape and providing disaster relief alongside a groundswell of surfers.