Courtesy of The Ocean Race The 2008-09 Volvo Ocean Race was won by Torben Grael and Ericsson 4 after 37,000 miles of hard-fought racing. Starting for the first time in Alicante, the new home of the race and finishing in Continue reading 2008-09 Official Film | Volvo Ocean Race
Courtesy of WSL – World Surf League Filipe Toledo and Jordy Smith battle in Heat 3 of the Quarterfinals at the 2017 Corona Open J-Bay. Both Jordy and Filipe were on firing heading into this heat having each both recorded Continue reading BARRELS and RAIL GAME on Full Display! Filipe Toledo Takes on Jordy Smith JBAY ’17 FULL HEAT REPLAY
Courtesy of The Ocean Race In this week’s Off Watch podcast, we speak with Francesca Clapcich. The Italian sailor is a two-time Olympian who joined the Turn the Tide on Plastic crew in the 2017-18 edition of the race. Now, Continue reading Off Watch – A Conversation with Francesca Clapcich
Courtesy of WSL – World Surf League The Year Teahupo’o Was As Good As It Gets… The 2014 Billabong Pro Tahiti was one for the record books. In total there were 63 nine-point rides, and remarkably, seven perfect 10s. Totally Continue reading ALL THE 9’S AND UP – 2014 Billabong Pro Tahiti ft John John Florence, Kelly Slater, Gabriel Medina
Ccurtesy of ISA Surfing Watch host Chris Cote chat with a star-studded group of surfers including Italo Ferreira, Fernando Aguerre, Tatiana-Weston Webb, Caroline Marks, Brett Simpson, Sofia Mulanovich, Ramzi Boukhiam, and Anat Lelior on a range of topics from Olympic Continue reading State of Olympic Surfing featuring Italo Ferreira, Fernando Aguerre, and more!
Courtesy of The Ocean Race The 2001-02 race was the first to be run as The Volvo Ocean Race 🚘🇸🇪, with the Swedish company taking ownership of the event for a tenure that would extend through the 2017-18 edition. It Continue reading 2001-02 Official Film | Volvo Ocean Race