In the Media
Summer was featured in Forbes’ August 2020 article when she sat down to discuss WSL’s rule changes for 2021.
World Surf League’s New Rules For 2021 Will Stoke Competition
“As with so many other sports across the world, the coronavirus pandemic has affected the world of surfing. It has sidelined some of the sport’s up-and-coming women such as the U.S.’s Summer Macedo and Brisa Hennessy of Costa Rica—if not fully to the shores, then at least making them wait to compete live again. …”
Journey for More
Summer was a guest on the Journey For More podcast with Josh Martin in April 2020.
Surfing And Singing Through Uncertainty With Summer Macedo
“How would you handle entering a competition without any guarantees that you’ll get the same opportunity as the other competitors? The next guest, Summer Macedo, has to battle this every time she enters the water in a surfing competition. Her performance relies on whether or not there are waves, which she isn’t in control of. This uncertainty has prepared nineteen-year-old professional surfer Summer for planning ahead but also taking life as it comes and spreading the Aloha everywhere she goes. …”
Just Women’s Sports
Summer hosted an Instagram takeover for @justwomenssports in March of 2020.
Just Women’s Sports
“Awesome moments from awesome athletes.” …
Summer was the host for OutsideTV’s March Campfire Series that aired across all of their social, TV, and streaming channels globally throughout the course of March 2020
The Maui News
Summer sat down with The Maui News to discuss her career in February 2020.
Summer Macedo was only 2 years old when she hopped on a longboard alongside her father in waters right outside their house in Lahaina.
Now at the age of 19, the young Lahaina wave rider has almost a lifetime of experience as she heads to the Sisstrevolution Central Coast Pro — a World Surf League Women’s Qualifying Series event — in Australia later this month as she works her way toward reaching the sport’s top level.
On Her Turf
Refinery29 and On Her Turf featured Summer Macedo’s career in a November 2019 piece.