A local man who was involved in a daring rescue at sea while on a surfing excursion on the far side of the globe recounted his story to CBS2.
Nearly half a million fans will converge on Huntington Beach for the U.S. Open of Surfing.
It may be summer’s last official month, but there’s plenty to still do. From festivals to concerts at the legendary Hollywood Bowl and more, we’ve rounded up what you should be doing this August.
Three-hundred world-class athletes will compete in the event, which kicked off Saturday in Huntington Beach and continued Sunday with the men’s trials.
Public health officials warned swimmers Tuesday against swimming in the ocean near storm drains, creeks and river after the recent rain storms.
Mick Fanning was, thankfully, unharmed as a shark went after him during a South African event.
Today, a few of the gems on display at the Surfing Heritage & Cultural Center in San Clemente are headed East to be permanently displayed at the Smithsonian Institution.
Kelly Slater caused a stir in the surfing world on Thursday when the 11-time world champion suggested in an Instagram post that the Bells Beach event in Australia might be his last before retiring.
Matt Bowen’s mother, Vickie Bowen, got the scariest phone call of her life after her son, Matt, was involved in a bad accident while body surfing with friends in Huntington Beach during Spring Break from Utah State University.
Hundreds went on to run into the frigid waters of Huntington Beach on New Year’s Day for the 15th Annual Surf City Splash.
While some romantic activities in Hawaii seem obvious, such as a sunset promenade along Waikiki Beach or watching the sunrise at Haleakala, there are many other great ways to reaffirm a couple’s love for one another.
Here are five of the top surf spots in L.A. to catch some waves (with consideration for individual skill levels, or lack thereof).
Sacrifice makes its presence felt in all forms of sport, and, as extreme athletes expand the boundaries beyond conventional competition, and bring that sense of intensity into the world of nature, the level of that sacrifice, too, may be intensified.
A group of surfers set out to New Guinea to film about one of the world’s last undiscovered surf spots but soon found their film took a startling turn when they encountered the human rights atrocities on the island.
Changes implemented at this weekend’s U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach will hopefully deter the rioting and vandalism that marred last year’s event.