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The surf school empowering young Sri Lankan women
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The surf school empowering young Sri Lankan women

Through teaching surfing and swimming SeaSisters hope to overcome the trauma of the 2004 tsunami and embolden environmental activism.

Written by: Sam Haddad

Photos capturing joy and community of Black female and non-binary American surfers
Photography

Photos capturing joy and community of Black female and non-binary American surfers

In her new photobook I Just Wanna Surf, photographer Gabriella Angotti-Jones goes back to her roots and faces up to traumas of her past.

Written by: Isaac Muk

How surfers destroyed an idyllic Indonesian island
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How surfers destroyed an idyllic Indonesian island

Premiering at London Surf Film Festival, Point of Change explores how the discovery of a ‘perfect wave’ wreaked havoc on the Indonesian island of Nias.

Written by: Huck HQ

The Black surfers paddling out for the love of the ocean
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The Black surfers paddling out for the love of the ocean

A Great Day in the Stoke at Huntington Beach is a celebration of Black surfing and a call to make surfing inclusive for all.

Written by: Jon Coen

Could this be the world’s most luxurious surfing event?
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Could this be the world’s most luxurious surfing event?

Jamie Brisick explores the gaps between professional surfing and its counter-cultural roots at the invitation-only Maldives Surfing Champion Trophy 2023.

Written by: Jamie Brisick

How north Devon became the UK's first world surfing reserve
Surf

How north Devon became the UK's first world surfing reserve

Joining 11 revered spots from Malibu to Australia’s Gold Coast, the community-run project hopes to unite locals and protect the ecosystem for future generations.

Written by: Sam Haddad

The film exposing surfing’s toxic supply chain
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The film exposing surfing’s toxic supply chain

Made by two surfers from the north-east of England, 'The Big Sea' exposes the unlikely link between wetsuits and a small town in Louisiana where the risk of cancer is 50 times the national average for the United States.

Written by: Sam Haddad

The story of Bureh Beach, Sierra Leone’s surf capital
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The story of Bureh Beach, Sierra Leone’s surf capital

Bureh is located on the Sierra Leone peninsula, a crescent-shaped cove known for its golden stretch of sand. It’s here that the country’s first ever surf club was born, kickstarting a journey that has seen the town become the nation’s wave-riding capital – despite the challenges it continues to face.

Written by: Peter Yeung

Photos celebrating California’s legendary surf culture
Photography

Photos celebrating California’s legendary surf culture

Photographer Matthew Brookes recalls following a group of young people in Venice Beach, many living and travelling out of their vans in search of the perfect wave.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Huck Issue 77 is out now
Magazine

Huck Issue 77 is out now

It’s Mitski season — Our new magazine is here, starring the inimitable Mitski. Order your copy now and join us on a trip around the world.

Written by: Niall Flynn

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