The Surfing Club Where Everyone Is Welcome
Surfing is difficult to master, offering an unforgiving learning curve to anyone not steeped in the sport. Twenty’s goal is to make surfing more accessible for newcomers while offering compelling coverage to those who already know their way around the lineup. The search for self improvement – ’20’ stands for the highest score one can achieve in pro competition – is what unites us all.
Feedback on Issue 2
“20 is refreshing for introducing drawn imagery to the sport, albeit quite realistic in style.”
Feedback on Issue 1
“You Guys KILLED IT..! This is exactly the way surfing should be reported, chronicled, and documented: unabashed, surfing FIRST using first-hand accounts of experts and the surfers themselves, not sponsored up the gazu, and no gloss. I loved reading every, I mean every word of this issue… Keep it Going… !”
– Dominick Mendola, Ph.D., senior development engineer, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
“Instructive rather than just image focused which is a nice departure from the norm.”
— Shaun Tomson, former world champion
“I really enjoyed reading your first issue. Keep up the good work.”
— Richard Woolcott, founder of Volcom
“I loved it. Great job.”
— Pat O’Connell, former pro surfer, Hurley vice president
“Check out ’20’.”
— Kelly Slater, 11-time world champion
Colin Carlos, Patrick Caldwell, James Cassimus, Gabriela Clayton, George Crosland, Kevyn Dean, Adam Dufner, Falk Feddersen, John Federoff, Oliver Farley, Rockin’ Fig, Pam Fitzpatrick, Body Glove, Chris Hamlet, Warren Harlow, Mark Healey, Joyce Hoffman, Hurley, Brian Keaulana, Spencer Klein, Chad LaBass, Bud Llamas, Dustin Malama, Fabio Maradei, Liam McNamara, Gabriel Medina, Ronnie Meistrell, Mickey Munoz, Jamie O’Brien, Pat O’Connell, Chris Ortiz, Carrie Ellen Phillips, Jacie Prieto, Mike Reilley, David Riddle, Alexa Ross, Brad Scarfe, Tom Servais, Cliff Skudin, Will Skudin, Kelly Slater, Patty Smith, Paul Speaker, Balaram Stack, Gavin Sutherland, Jock Sutherland, Shaun Tomson, PT Townend, Richard Woolcott, World Surf League, Tai Vandyke, Volcom.
Dan is the editor and founder of the magazine. He is based in New York.
Alex is a writer in San Diego, Calif. Follow him on Twitter @alexroth3.
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Ricardo Santos Luis
Ricardo is a photographer in Portugal. View his work @ricardosantosluis.