“Sometimes we feel like we’re supposed to have it all figured out, or at least be able to act like we do – and that’s not the case. Girls need to have non-judgmental support, and the freedom to ask questions about what they’re not sure about,” says Alana.
"That was why I wanted to be on Tour in the first place – to show the world that I could surf. And that didn't even work anyways – people think I still can't surf," explains pro surfer and model Alana Blanchard in this candid interview.
A win in Tahiti and a quarterfinal finish at California has the 11 time world champion ranked fifth in the world and poised for an unlikely assault on the world title.
Professional surfers from around the world share their opinions on surfing being a part of the 2020 Tokyo Games.
The Roma-born, hard-running, hard-hitting Rugby Sevens star talks gold medal favouritism ahead of the Olympics.
What Twiggy feels on a 50 ft monster is the same as what we feel on a five ft break.
The Australian World Champion has too many good memories and too much unfinished business to not compete in next week's J-Bay Open.
The annual big-wave invitational, held on one of Australia's heaviest slabs, was an overwhelming success that perpetually teetered on the edge of disaster.
Awake Dating is the first dating platform for those who get hung up on 9/11 demolitions. It seems to pull a nice crowd of mostly men.