The Native Hawaiian athlete didn’t just witness Duke Kahanamoku’s wish of seeing surfing become an Olympic sport — she won gold.
A surfboard carver with a haunted past readies his teenage granddaughter to carry on the surfing traditions of their ancestors.
One writer discovers her own strength while paddling through currents of the sea.
As ambassador of Hawai‘i’s modern surf culture, big wave surfing champ Makua Rothman says it's time to unionize.
A look back at how media, surfing, conservation, education and gender has changed over the past 10 years.
Contributing FLUX Hawaii writer Beau Flemister replays the sport’s greatest hits.
Clark Little puts himself in the most harrowing situations—all to capture the ocean at its most powerful.