Carissa Moore has reclaimed the WSL yellow leader’s jersey following her victory at the WSL Surf Ranch Pro, her third victory so far this season.
Carissa Moore has won her 27th World Championship Tour event, taking out the 2023 Margaret River Pro.
When a lay day was announced at the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach Kolohe Andino, Jake Marshall, Barron Mamiya, Isabella Nichols and Marlon Harrison seized the opportunity to hit up Urbn Surf in Melbourne.
On a recent team trip up north we set off on a one day strike mission to find uncrowded surf on one of Australia's most exposed coastlines.
Has Mason Ho figured out how to have a good time, all the time?
Filipe Toledo is back in the winner’s chair, having taken out the WSL Championship Tour event at Sunset Beach.
Five-time World Champion and 2022 Billabong Pro Pipeline runner-up Carissa Moore has claimed one of her biggest wins to date, taking out the 2023 Billabong Pro Pipeline.
Over the last 20 years of professional surfing - both in and out of competition - very few individual waves have received as much fanfare and kudos as Nathan Florence's Irish slab. If you haven't seen it, then today is your lucky day.
A behind-the-scenes view of the fins Mick Fanning jockeyed through Stab’s Electric Acid Surfboard Test. If you missed Stab’s Electric Acid Surfboard Test, then you might not know, that Qatar airways lost Mick’s bag filled with new FCS fins. As a result, he was forced to borrow whatever he could from surf guides and fellow tourists.
FCS is excited to announce new partnerships with two of the most revered women in our sport today. The first woman, Carissa Moore, is a multiple World Champion and is the current benchmark for which elite level surfing is measured. The other woman, Sky Brown, is re-writing how the future of our sport will look by integrating a world-class skateboarding approach and transitioning it into the ocean.
Each year a world-class field of longboarders descend upon the sunshine coast for the Noosa Festival Of Surfing. Of the 33 competitors who pulled on a singlet in the Old Mal division this year, only three were women. Hawaiian-born, Aussie-based, Sierra Lerback, made history not only by being the first woman in the finals but by actually beating the boys and taking the first-place trophy home.
Isabella Nichols (AUS) has won the Margaret River Pro, the fifth and final stop before the Mid-season Cut on the World Surf League (WSL) 2022 Championship Tour (CT). CT rookie Gabriela Bryan(HAW) earned the runner-up finish after great performances in his own in the eight-to-ten foot waves at Main Break.
Matt ‘The Waxhead’ Chojnacki is an interesting cat; a self-professed surf nerd, Longboard Tour surfer and all-round frother of wave riding. Having had a long-term relationship with FCS, Matt recently designed a new signature longboard fin, which in his opinion, is a perfect allrounder that delivers pivoting prowess off the tail while still allowing for confident nose riding.
Filipe’s victory at The Rip Curl Pro, Bells Beach was one for the ages. From groomed perfection at the Bells Bowl, to tricky onshore Winkipop and finally to the softer walls of Rincon. Regardless of the conditions on offer, Filipe was a clear standout which speaks to his adaptability and how highly tuned he is with his equipment.
While having a quick layover in Jakarta, Australian goofy-footer and freesurfing phenom Oscar Langburne talks FCS through his new 30-minute film Glósóli, his eclectic quiver and his travel plans in a post-COVID world.
Barron Mamiya (HAW) won the Hurley Pro Sunset Beach presented by SHISEIDO, the second stop on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), in six-to-eight foot surf.
FCS catches up with Julian Wilson to discuss fundraising for cancer awareness, Surfebruary, his eclectic new quiver, his favourite fins and why he thinks it's important for surfers to give back.
Welcome to a new segment called Dropping In. A raw and unpolished series where ex-tour vet Richie Lovett dials in on Zoom & shoots the breeze with our team post-travels to talk location, waves & gear.
We're super excited to announce a new partnership with renowned big wave surfer, Nathan Florence. This new sponsorship with Nate supports FCS’s move into the Big Wave category, and further cements a focus on the lifestyle segment of surfing.
With an electric display of speed and power surfing, Filipe claimed his 9th CT Victory in pumping four-to six foot surf at Margaret River’s Main Break.
We caught up with West Australian charger and all-round great bloke, Jacob Willcox, to pick his brains on all things fins, boards and what’s been happening over the past year.
‘Insanely beautiful’ really means something, coming from Australian photographer Robert King, who has made his career photographing some of the world’s most spectacular scenery.
Most of you are familiar with FCS' team of world class surfers but might not be as well acquainted with the ambassadors and friends that we work with on a regular basis.
Mark Richards is surfing royalty. Not only for achieving four consecutive World Titles but for also pioneering a radical approach to wave riding made possible by his famous twin fin designs.
Known globally as ‘Sis’, Kelia is revered for her gracefully smooth style on a longboard and her versatile aquatic talents on many varieties of surf craft.She’s also highly respected as a positive role model for girls and women everywhere - all traits FCS was excited to embrace.
The past few months have been historic and packed with excitement for the young surfer from Kugenuma Beach, with two major goals becoming a reality.
In the last two years Caroline Marks has disrupted the tour with a fierce rail game and a radical approach that’s left the WCT women shaking in their wetsuits.
Jeremy Flores was always going to be the hometown favourite at the 2019 Quiksilver Pro. Here’s a surfer who wears his heart on his sleeve, is constantly improving, and who undeniably rips! It’s a combo that’s made Jezza one of the most likable surfers with the fans and also his tour comrades.