Last year it was reported that Clay Marzo’s long time bookkeeper Felicidad Rivera had allegedly stolen almost $400k from him and his family, causing Clay to lose his home and his life savings. Back in February, following a long and expensive court battle, Rivera was sentenced to 35 months in jail after pleading guilty to 13 […]
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Clay Marzo heads to Indo where he scores crystal drainers out west, before throwing on a contest jersey and pulling into a few at Padang:
When Marzo surfs, we watch. Here’s what he was up to when the massive swell pummeled the east coast of Oz a few weeks back: https://vimeo.com/173294423
Marvel at Clay make as he makes the most out of a slightly wobbly, far from from perfect, Wedge and then trades some big blue barrels with Braiden Maither over the course of two sessions at home
Clay Marzo seems to get more and more effortless with every edit, here his is with his patented combo of deep barrels and impossible lay backs in west OZ: https://vimeo.com/153856202
Filmed over 3 morning surfs in Hawaii with the incomparable Clay Marzo doing exactly what he does best.
We haven’t been seeing as much from Clay Marzo as we’d like recently, so this was a very welcome sight when it landed on our screens first thing this morning. Here’s Clay, filmed from above and below, flaring on his own little peak with no one else in sight: https://vimeo.com/149111034
Here’s everything we’ve come to know and love about Clay and his surfing, all packaged up neatly into one little edit. The barrels are long and perfectly ridden, the hacks are powerful and as per usual the lay backs seem to defy gravity.
Kelly Slater has christened Marzo as being ‘one of the best surfers in the world’. So, it comes as a surprise that this Hawaiian based powerhouse’s surfing isn’t more universally acknowledged. JSLV and Clay went down to Nicaragua to have some fun, shoot some photos and make this fun little edit of him having a […]
In the latest episode of ‘What Happened to Clay Marzo?’ we learn about how Clay’s life and career changed after Just Add Water and his win in Mexico, leading him down a path that eventually leading to his retirement from competition surfing.
No one looks more at home in heavy slabbing barrels than Clay Marzo, and it’s a pleasure when a new clip of him drops featuring him seamlessly threading tubes with lips as thick as a bodybuilders neck:
This article is lifted from the pages of Wavelength Vol. 263 and is always better in print. You can grab a copy of Vol. 263 here or subscribe for £25 a year, to receive both mags direct to your door along with a bonus freebie of your choice as a thank you for being part […]
It’s been reported that the WSL have been holding secret meetings at Snapper, dotting the Is and crossing the Ts on new plans for a WSL air tour. According to the grape vine, the very first event is likely to be held next to the Quik Pro France contest site this coming October. The tentative […]
After another stint of exotic, surf focused travel, I found myself slowly but surely veering back to the convenience of the self-destructive lifestyle. Luckily, I found a way to restore equilibrium to my unbalanced soul, and so can you. Constantly attempting to live the proverbial dream can, for some, involve existing in a somewhat contrasting […]
Here are the show reels of three of our favourite surf film makers, put together from many trips, many thousands of miles travelled and many painstaking hours cutting and grading and laid out here in all their resplendent glory for you to gaze upon. First up is the director reel of one of the most […]
Yago Dora is quickly becoming a household name in free surfing. Regularly touted as one of the more stylish Brazilian surfers currently on the public radar, and no one of those, like Clay Marzo or Dion Agius, who when they post a clip, the world watches it. And I’d say in this one the world […]
Have you ever got yourself psyched on Dane clips pre-surf, driven to your local, increasing the amp listening to Chief Keith, suited up, paddled out with one thing on your mind – blow up/ smash the lip/boost, only to bomb it down your first wave with the intention of doing a massive air only to hit the […]
Big heavy barrels and some super high performance antics south of the border with Oscar Moncada, Koa Smith, Brian Conley, Clay Marzo, Diego Cadena, Alejo Muniz and more.
In the first 2 minutes of this clip Ryan Callinan sticks one of the biggest slob grab straight airs we’ve seen for a while, a super techy stale fish air reverse followed by a Clay Marzo-esque gravity defying lay back… and he’s not even just an air guy. His turns are big, his barrel riding […]
Watch as Imaikalani DeVault, Kain Daly, Kai Barger, Clay Marzo, Ola and Makana Eleogram, Cody Young, Ocean Macedo, and Eli Hanneman take on tropical storm Guillermo as it swept through Maui. Guillermo brought a mixed bag of less than brilliant weather conditions and incredible waves for the local Maui boys.
16-Man Field Confirmed for 2014 O’Neill Coldwater Classic Invitational O’Neill is pleased to announce the confirmed field of competition for the 2014 O’Neill Coldwater Classic Invitational. The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Specialty Event will take place at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz, California from Oct. 28 to Nov. 1.The 16 unsponsored surfers will vie […]
Instagram is fast becoming the go-to social media for almost anything. It’s eclipsing Facebook as the place to head for images accompanied by pseudo inspiring cliche-laiden captions, outdoing twitter as the best place to pester your favourite celebs with direct messages and even batting away old snapchat with its new stories feature. As well as […]