Last year many of the Men’s professional riders approached the UST board of directors and expressed frustration with an 8 stop UST tour. It was too expensive and too hard on the riders schedules to compete in 6 to 8 events each... Read More»
About 3 days before the TAC Skimblast, a big south swell rolled through Santa Cruz ripping out a huge swath of sand at the contest site. By Saturday morning the slope had recovered, and the missing sand had exposed even more of the sider... Read More»
Saturday morning of the 2015 Outer Banks Skim Jam greeted competitors from both U.S. coastlines, Mexico and Brazil with light onshore winds and crystal clear water. With a sunny forecast and high tide around 10 a.m., the men’s pros were... Read More»
The 2015 Sununga Skim Festival brought competitive skimboarding to a whole new level. For years skimboarders have wanted to run a contest in conditions that push the limits of our sport and the beach of Sununga provides waves that allow... Read More»
The season is off to a great start.
All time conditions in Cabo San Lucas yielded what were probably the heaviest contest conditions in history. After years of runner-up finishes, local hero Juan Carlos Nazario (“Bullo”) took... Read More»