|Jeff Hubbard Wins Tahiti Challenge
Jeff Hubbard has won the APB SparkGreen Tahiti Challenge in clean 2m waves at Teahupo'o Tahiti.
|Cape Classic 2016 winners
Cape Classic 2016 came to an end with some top class riding throughout all the divisions in super clean 2ft - 4ft conditions.
|Day 1 heat results from the 2016 Cape Classic
Day 1 of 2016 Cape Classic has drawn to an end. Some really quality riding was seen throughout the divisions.
|Pierre Louis-Costes claims the APB Mike Stewart Pipeline Invitational
Frenchman Pierre Louis-Costes (France) suffered bruised ribs to clinch the 2016 Mike Stewart Pipeline Invitational, over the razor sharp reef of the Banzai Pipeline, in perfect 6-10 foot waves.
|West Coast Classic running for the 6th time
Frans Lombard, 3 Mar
Boland Bodyboarding Association together with REEF South Africa and Coca-Cola has once again raised the bar to make sure the most popular 6A rated SABA event is back on the South African circuit for the 6th time.
|Perfect conditions for opening rounds of the APB 2016 Mike Stewart Pipeline Invitational
The APB 2016 Mike Stewart Pipeline Invitational first stop of the APB World Tour completed the opening day of competition today in classic eight-to-ten foot Banzai Pipeline conditions.
|Sixty40 Mag #22 'World Champion Edition'
A World Title, arguably the single greatest achievement across any sports discipline. The pinnacle of hard work, determination and effort. Jared Houston has done this, and it is monumental. This issue celebrates and takes pride in his achievement ...
|Western Province ready to rock 2015 SA Bodyboarding Championships
Western Province Bodyboarding Association take on the 2015 Imperial Nissan South African Bodyboarding Champs in Richards Bay from 5-9 October.
|Durban's Michael Ostler wins the Tand Invitational 2015
The 2015 Tand Invitational took place on Friday the 10th of July, with the sun shining, the wind light offshore, and the waves a pumping 4 - 6 ft!
|The Tand Invitational gets the green light
The Tand Invitational is set to kick off this morning and organisers are hoping for 3-5 feet glassy conditions.
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