Zach Weisberg The Inertia Founder
If there’s a legacy we can help impress upon global surf culture, inclusivity would be it. This film examines homosexuality in surfing; It is about people who seek acceptance, happiness, and some really good waves.
The Olympics without wrestling is unthinkable. And by extension, it made reconsider whether surfing deserves a place in Olympics. I’m not sure it does.
The five surfers charged with trespassing at Martin’s Beach walked away scot-free in Thursday’s hearing, and the decision might have much larger implications for beach access in America.
It’s as if surf media views Garrett McNamara as a deceitful ne’er–do–well, instead of one of the most fearless motherf*ckers on this planet.
In yet another very close race, Nate Smith collected the most tallies in the The Inertia Portfolio Challenge Editors’ Pick, and I must say, his shot of Magnum Martinez at Pipeline might be the cleanest surf photo I’ve ever seen. You could safely eat off it. No doubt.
Here, Bob McKnight contemplates the road ahead – both professionally and personally.
Front and center at the Agenda Trade Show stands the portrait of John John Florence – his face emblazoned upon a wall of Hurley.
San Clemente big-wave surfer Greg Long was airlifted to the hospital after suffering a three-wave hold down at Cortes Bank on Friday.
Today, Nike announced it would transition the brand’s surf operations and sponsored athletes to Hurley.
- Laird Hamilton Takes Issue with Teahupo’o Jet Skiers
- Wholly Mackerel, Mercury Rising
- The French Washing Machine
- First Love
- ASP Women’s World Tour Adds EDP Cascais Girls Pro in Portugal
- Portugal’s Best Kept Secret: Land of the Serpents
- The Final Say: Billabong Rio Pro
- A Deleted Article and the Harmful Misrepresentation of Brazilian Surfers
- Full Body Surf Training
- GrindMedia Acquires Transworld
- Julianne on TCA Responds: Toll Roads and Save Trestles
- Gorila on Portugal’s Best Kept Secret: Land of the Serpents
- Gorila on Garrett McNamara & the 100-Foot Wave: Claim It!
- Lucas Sena on A Deleted Article and the Harmful Misrepresentation of Brazilian Surfers
- Gus Wall on A Deleted Article and the Harmful Misrepresentation of Brazilian Surfers