Join the 11-time World Champ for a mind-blowing heli tour above the Teahupoo reef. Just don't expect him to share too many secrets this time
With just under three weeks remaining the Southern Hemisphere waiting period, we consider the chances of The Dungeons Challenge going ahead
A few weeks back the Nixon team headed far east to the Russian peninsula of Kamchatka, a land of snow, mountains and crumbling brutalist architecture.
Quick—who has the best backhand on tour? I’ve got money that says 99% of you will have answered with a goofyfoot.
Introducing the non Ozzy contenders at the Red Bull Cape Fear event.
Beyond the monotonous commentary and jumpy webcast, the tour is a less air brushed affair.
In typical fashion the Billabong Rio Pro remained utterly unpredictable to the end.
It was an epic morning yesterday. Not big, a bit too much off shore, maybe not enough period, but having such clean conditions so far away in Kamachatka is such an experience.
This was, for the most part, a day of one turn closeouts, however, there was one moment which raised eyebrows; a moment of progressive surfing which threw a spanner in the title race and challenged the field to take flight.
We shall avoid arguments about wave quality for the time being, focusing instead on the freakish talents of a young Brazilian.
The Nixon surf team are currently encamped on isolated beach in eastern Russia, surfing in 2°C water, many miles from the nearest tarmac road.