Tim Curran Backflip

Californian's Timmy Curran puts up a Hail Mary and lands a backflip...


Eye Witness To A Tragedy

When Ed Kilgallon got up and went for his morning constitutional surf in Gracetown today, he had no idea of the horrible episode he was about to become part of.

An ASL Reader Pays Tribute to a Mate

Matthew Peter Hamblin
30th August 1983 – 29th July 2009


If you’re in Sydney this Saturday and bored shitless by the forecast near-flat surf, you could do WAY worse than find your way to Maroubra Beach, where at 10:15 am, you’ll get to watch a Celebrity Drop-in. Bullshit! you cry, celebrities don’t drop in on each other!


ASL DIY! Wrapping Up May 10

OK surf kings, May 10 is done and dusted. The results are in…and while they didn’t add up quite the way that mad original forecast chart suggested, the storm did form, it did sling a lot of swell at the coast we expected it to sling at, the winds were good (better than expected actually), and many disgustingly sick waves were ridden.

ASL DIY! Forecasting The Surf, Part 6

Here we are within five days of Touchdown, and the whole combo is still flaring away out there in Forecast Land. Big pressure gradient, high over Tassie, low on top of NZ, wind to buggery and back.

ASL DIY! Forecasting The Surf, Part 5

The forecast continues to firm in the direction of Mega Bombshell.

ASL DIY! Forecasting The Surf UPDATE

With less than a week till Our Magic Day, the forecast chart is growing more and more certain of itself. Strong low in the eastern Tasman Sea, strong high over Vicco-Tassie.

ASL DIY! Forecasting The Surf Part 2

Boom. The forecast wheel’s spun again. May 10 now looks like the crazy swell monster we’d spotted two days back.

ASL DIY! Forecasting The Surf

Hi there kids! Ever wonder why there’s so much surf forecasting going on these days – but nobody ever tells you HOW?