Surf Report with John Veage: From King of the Beach to the Battle of the Bridge Kalani VandePolder launches from the lip.Picture John Veage
Elouera celebrates at Zinc bar.Picture John Veage
Cronulla’s Jay Brown.Picture John Veage
Another lip learns a lesson.Picture John Veage
Nathan Rohr in the bowl.Picture John Veage
Jetson Kuch on the Nth Cronulla suck.Picture John Veage
Young guns.Picture John Veage
Charlie,Howie,Rachel and Crispy at Zinc.Picture John Veage
Tony Rohr takes on the Alley.Picture John Veage
Followed by Fish Flounder.Picture John Veage
Tube time.Picture John Veage
Lip launch 3.Picture John Veage
Greg McKee having a go.Picture John Veage
Cruz doing up his dad.Picture John Veage
Fletch making his presence known.Picture John Veage
Grub Coulter,you can hear the whinge from here.Picture John Veage
Isabella Nichols.Picture John Veage
The King;Unbelievable Titus Kinamaka from Kauai paddle out the Alley this morning.Picture John Veage
Carve team-rider and local Maroubra surfer Max McGuigan, Surfing NSW Media and Communications Manager Ethan Smith, Randwick City Council Mayor Cr Noel D’Souza and former CT surfer and local Blake Thornton.Picture Glenn Duffus / Surfing NSW
An historic gathering was held at the iconic lighthouse fortress Farol de Nazaré in Portugal with big wave surfing elite from around the globe joining local royalty to celebrate the opening of the 2016/17 WSL BWT Northern Hemisphere season. Picture: © WSL / Estrelinha
The World Surf League has announced the shift of the primary venue for the 2017 Rio Pro from Postinho Beach, Rio, to Itaúna Beach, Saquarema.Picture: © WSL / Smorigo
2016 ISA Scholarship winner from India, Raju Silvadasan, hopes to use his scholarship to achieve his dream of attending a university.
South Africa’s Sam Cele has dreams of competing among the world’s best junior surfers in the VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship.
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