WITH the yellow leader's jersey back in his grasp and still relishing the joys of having a new addition to the family, Julian Wilson is in a good place.
PEREGIAN Beach's Julian Wilson leads the world tour leaderboard once again, after a runner-up result at the Uluwata event, but he's not getting carried away.
COMMERCIAL sunscreens were so slippery the 15-year-old stopped using them, but with a family history of skin cancer, he knew he needed to protect his skin.
When the swell is calling sometimes you just have to throw your hat in the ring and buy a plane ticket.
THIS Gold Coaster’s 3am brain flash has come up with the perfect solution to one of the biggest surf-related conundrums — and it could be yours soon.
YOU might not think Mick Fanning and this spider have much in common — but you’d be wrong.
Stephanie Gilmore has steamrolled through four opponents in one day to win the Oi Rio Women’s Pro and extend her world championship lead
Wilson was due to collide with American Kolohe Andino and Japan's Janoa Igarashi in round four on Wednesday night or Thursday morning.
Sally Fitzgibbons is among the Australians competitors to advance in the first round at the World Surf League event at Itauna Beach, Saquarema, Brazil.
This Sunshine Coast entrepreneur claims to have launched Australia's first locally-made, and fully eco-friendly performance surfboards.