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The SeaBin Project: A Closer Look

Start Small   In this feature we talk to Pete Ceglinski, co-founder of the Seabin Project, on the vision to create a clean, healthy ocean environment by spreading a relatively simple and necessary idea. We hear an update on the project and get recommendations for other DIYers out there, before getting a look at the…

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Making It: Jake Donlen

Making It: Jake Donlen

Runamuk Visual’s Jack Donlen got arthritis when he was fresh out of school, putting a cramp in his surf style. But that didn’t stop him from admiring the beauty of the ocean and the talents of his friends. So he picked up a camera and started shooting. His skillful filmmaking landed him in-house at Billabong…

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Let The Good Times Roll

With winter knocking on our doorstep, here’s what we are leaving behind: “Spring/Summer…..the best time of year! Daylight hours get longer, water temp starts rising. Rubber quickly gives way to above-the-knee cotton-blend trunks designed for all purpose activities. That oh so familiar and joyous calling to head south with a van full of boards, esky…

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Winkipop Twin-Fins With Torren Martyn & Friends

Winkipop and twin fins is a combo that’s hard to beat. Add Torren Martyn, Adam Robertson and Casey Egan into the mix, and you’ve got something special. Here’s a recent session that went down courtesy of one of Australia’s famed right hand pointbreaks, two keel fins and a bit of swell.

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RIP Aussie World Champ and Log Stylemaster, Midget Farrelly

Style is timeless. Watch the footwork and waveriding approach of today’s best, be it Corey Colapinto or Tommy Witt, and compare it to the style and performance of surfing greats like Gerry Lopez and you’ll find there’s a commonality there that transcends time. This week the surfing world lost a legend, Midget Farrelly. Farrelly won…

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