World Surf League

The World Surf League (WSL) has agreed a deal with the Front Foot Agency (FFA) to drive commercial growth in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, while product design and sports performance company Oakley…

Surfing sportswear brand Rip Curl has signed a three-year title sponsorship with the World Surf League for the WSL Finals, the new one-day competition that will decide the men's and women's world surfing…

Sports and lifestyle marketing agency MKTG Sports & Entertainment has announced a new agreement with the Australian arm of the World Surf League to support the commercial growth of the governing body for…

The World Surf League (WSL) has renewed and increased the scope of its sponsorship deal with insulated water bottle specialists Hydro Flask

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Sport New Zealand has signed a wide-ranging sponsorship and media-rights deal with the World Surf League

World Surf League (WSL) has signed a two-year global partnership with Brazilian flip-flop and beach shoe brand Havaianas

World Surf League (WSL) has added athletic apparel retailer Lululemon as title sponsor of the final event of its women’s championship tour season.

The World Surf League has entered into a sponsorship agreement with consumer cannabidiol (CBD) brand cbdMD and moved to clarify its stance on the use of CBD among athletes

The World Surf League (WSL) has signed a three-year, multi-tour deal with energy drink giant Red Bull

The France stop on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour will continue to be called the 'Quiksilver and ROXY Pro France' for the next three years, through 2021

Next-gen social platform Vero has entered into a partnership with the World Surf League

Waterproof smartphone case manufacturer LifeProof has agreed a deal to sponsor the World Surf League.

The World Surf League has signed up Mexican tequila brand Jose Cuervo as an official partner in North America.

Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung has opted to withdraw as title sponsor of the World Surf League’s Championship Tour, just days before the start of the 2017 season.

Brazil-based telecommunications brand Oi has become title sponsor this year’s Rio Open on the World Surf League’s (WSL) Championship Tour.