Tackling the Tasmanian devil-Jack Bark and two Aussies paddle across 190 miles of bad water, from from Australia to Tasmania
Jack Bark grew up in a household obsessed. His father Joe Bark, the legendary waterman and founder of Bark Paddleboards, taught him the beauty of the ocean at an early age. Now, 20-year-old Jack has become a legendary paddleboarder himself, conquering races across the globe while passing competitors atop his family’s boards. “I’ve been paddleboarding […]
Hermosa Beach longboarder Dave Schaefer was anticipating a mellow day of surfing and maybe free diving when he left King Harbor about noon on Tuesday, February 12, aboard his friend’s 12-foot inflatable Novurania. He was headed to the Cove in Palos Verdes, the only place he figured wouldn’t be closed out on the head high, west swell.
After his dream of competing on the professional world surfing tour was derailed, former Peninsula High surfer turned his sights on bigger game Last August, Alex Gray had the kind of day that surfing legends are made of. The Billabong Pro Tahiti at Teahupoo (pronounced Chō-Poo) was to be postponed because the waves were […]
Photos by Dave Gregerson After a 15-hour day in Hawaii shooting the Pipeline Masters for the Associated Press, a few years back, Dave Gregerson found his gas tank had been siphoned. It had already been a challenging day. Just getting the mandatory podium shot of the winner had meant jostling for position with 50 other […]
Uphill battles are part of every athlete’s career, no matter how long or short it may be. The mountains the record setters and history makers must conquer loom even larger, but for Eden Serina, it’s the downhill battle that can earn her a place in the record books. Serina’s passion for snowboarding has led the […]