Jake Howard

Jake Howard

Jake Howard writes about surfing for a living, and after 15-plus years on the job is still baffled that he's been able keep the hustle going this long.

X Games Sydney Day 3
The final day of X Games Sydney was jam packed with high drama and huge performances Ryan Williams, who grew up on Australia’s of Sunshine Coast, got things rolling winning his first X Games medal with gold in the BMX Big Air competition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dsQx4ZitJ4 Moto X Best Whip Not to…
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X Games Sydney Day 2 Highlights
The second day of X Games Sydney got underway in quintessential sunny Aussie conditions Again, the locals were treated to the performance of a local hero when Gold Coast native Kyle Baldock added his tenth X Games medal at the inaugural X Games Sydney BMX Dirt. Claiming the silver medal,…
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X Games Sydney Day 1 Skateboard Big Air Qualifier
First-ever X Games competition in Australia brings barrier-breaking performances. The history of the X Game goes all the way back to 1997, but it took 20 years for the action sports extravaganza to drop in on the Land Down Under. Arriving at Sydney’s Spotless Stadium in October, there were no…
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Surfest 2019 partners with Rad Season
Rad Season will be party of the month-long festivities at Surfest 2019. One of the most iconic surf events in Australia, Surfest has more than 30 years of history propelling it into the future. Landing in Newcastle from February 2 through March 17, it’s six weeks of oceanic battles. From…
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X Games Sydney Moto X
Gold standard of action sports entertainment to feature skateboard, BMX and Moto X competitions at Sydney Olympic Park on October 19-21. The world’s best action sports athletes are landing in Sydney in October…and thanks to your friends here at Rad Season, you can join them. Here’s the deal, for over…
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Rell Sunn surfer
New exhibit and Ohana Gala at the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center honors the contributions four amazing women have made to the sport of surfing. In 1905, a surfboard belonging to Hawaiian Princess Kaneamuna was found in a burial cave in Ho’okena on the Big Island. Believed to be carved…
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Skateboard training at CA TF in california
The world’s first high performance skateboard training facility is here. Out of the backyard pools and into the mainstream, California’s about to get its first-ever elite skateboard training facility. With skateboarding hitting the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo in less than two years, a new project promises to deliver the terrain…
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Tahiti Pro Teahupoo, one of the heaviest waves in the world
The WSL world tour’s eyeing another lap around the globe, here’s what you need to know if you want to join them. World tour surfers only have about two and a half months between the end of one season and the start of another. As offseasons go, it’s a short…
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Rad Days: Surf San Clemente, California
Every year the Hurley Pro rolls into San Clemente and posts up at Lowers. Where the south swell hits the cobblestones at the Hurley Pro , Kelly Slater calls it “one of my favorite places in the world.” Considering he kicked off his career there in fine fashion back in 1990 with…
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