Donny, next to his car park at Winki, reliving his tube down in The Valley.

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 4 weeks ago

THE DON

FROM SW414: THE SAGE… CAR PARK WISDOM WITH DONNY ALLCROFT

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Even Bob Bain, the world's most enthusiastic surfer, has days where he ponders, is this all there is? Am I just a collection of forehand sssssaaaahhh turns? Photo Alex Brunton

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 4 weeks ago

SURFING IS BORING

FROM SW414: TUBE, TURN… YAWN. SURFING IS BORING, CHANGE MY MIND.

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Senegal only has a couple of hundred surfers, but many of them are women. Yoff Beach, during Tabaski, an annual Islamic festival. Photo Ricco Shylock

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 4 weeks ago

ALL OF US TOGETHER, AS IT ALWAYS WAS

FROM SW414: POSTMODERN WOMEN’S SURFING WILL JUST BE SURFING.

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Tasmanian surfers know you start the fire before you surf. Photo Nick Green

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 4 weeks ago

OPEN THIS WHEN YOU’RE THERE

SURFING WORLD FICTION BY JOCK SERONG

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Dane, apropos of nothing. Photo Quinn Matthew

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

A SHOW ABOUT NOTHING

FROM SW414: THE DANE REYNOLDS INTERVIEW BY VAUGHAN BLAKEY

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The north side of Minjerribah from Adder down to Amity under a big cyclone swell. Photo Ted Grambeau

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

MINJERRIBAH

SW415 WELCOME TO COUNTRY

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Hot Tuna was the first surf brand to try a little sado-masochism in their marketing. Herro, Dog, Bainy, Beau, Rick and Neal. Early '93. Photo Graham Shearer

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

THE UNCOVERED MULLET

FROM SW414: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO HOT TUNA?

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Sachi Cunningham in her element on an outer bank day at San Francisco's Ocean Beach. Photo by Emma Marie Chiang

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

THE BEAUTIFUL SURRENDER

FROM SW414: SACHI CUNNINGHAM, A MERMAID SWIMMING AT MAVERICKS

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By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

WALKING TO WADJEMUP

FROM SW414: “WE CAN TELL THE TRUTH TILL THE COWS COME HOME, BUT WHAT’S AFTER THAT?”

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The Atlantic odyssey finishes down in West Africa, before circling back home to Australia.

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

“POINT BLANK HUMILITY… PERFECT”

THE FINAL CHAPTER OF TORREN AND ISHKA’S LOST TRACK ATLANTIC

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Chris Binns travelled with Surf Aid to Nias way back in 2015 for SW366 and surfed pumping Lagundri for weeks. Sadly, his current Indian Ocean surf bender has taken place in Perth. Photo Will Adler

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

37 DAYS AND COUNTING

BINNSY’S ON A SURF BENDER FOR SURF AID

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"To cut this short, if I was to get back to fins I knew it’d have to be cathartic, reflective, maybe chance to discover stuff back through the years that I didn’t figure at the time. Yep, a key also being no compromise." Photo Ted Grambeau

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

HELLO OLD FRIEND

FROM SW414: DEREK HYND’S LIFE ON FINS

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The legend of boog... the great Mike Stewart. Photo Andrew Chisholm

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

THE GOAT OF BOOG

FROM SW407: THE MIKE STEWART INTERVIEW… “OPEN-MINDEDNESS. EAT YOUR EGO. HAVE FUN. ENJOY LIFE.”

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Morgs grabs his moment. Photo Jordan Godley

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 4 months ago

TWO HANDS

FROM SW414: “THE SUN’S STILL GOING TO RISE TOMORROW. STAYING TRUE TO YOURSELF IS THE MAIN THING.”

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Ben Howard, frontside B-double. Photo Josh Tabone

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 4 months ago

I DRIVE A TRUCK

FROM SW412: BEN HOWARD’S LONG HAUL 2020

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