Great Sportswomen – Anastasia Ashley

The competition to be the best in surfing is crazy competitive – Anastasia Ashley is good, and will get even better. Anastasia was born in San Clemente, California on February the 10th 1987. She began surfing at the age of 5 right before moving to Hawaii. At the age of 6, she won a surf contest … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

I don’t know how to report the news this week. The darkest time for all of us, especially parents…its cruel how the wickedness in some people can destroy the lives of so many. At Christmas time we enjoy the friendship and happiness of our families and there’s (or at least there should be) peace to … [Read the full story]

Kelly Slater questions the testing of marijuana

Surf legend Kelly Slater is happy to submit to random drug tests but has queried whether marijuana should be a punishable offence in sport. The 11-time world champion is in Australia for the start of the ASP World Tour, which started with the Quiksilver Pro. It will be the first event to fall under new anti-doping … [Read the full story]

Leave the Dingo alone

The Azaria Chamberlain ‘Dingo’ case is trying to be re-opened by her dad, Michael Chamberlain. She died in 1980, and Dr. Michale Chamberlain wants to warn the world that Dingoes are predatory killers that will attack more children in the future. The fact is, that domestic dogs like the Rottweiler, Pit-Bull and Staffordshire Terrier, amongst … [Read the full story]

Andy Irons, surfing genius, found dead in hotel room

Andy Irons, one of the greatest surfers of all time, has been found dead in his Dallas hotel room. Irons was a remarkable surfer and was worshipped by surfers all over the world, and is widely regarded to have changed the face of surfing. He was born on July 24, 1978 and died on November … [Read the full story]