RUNMENTAL

posted by / Video / January 15, 2003

(Runman Films; 59 min. $26.99) Here’s the pitch: Runman’s back after a 14 year hiatus with his patented blend of […]

HEAVY GOING

posted by / News / January 15, 2003

Day 2 of the Xbox/Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters Surf: Six to 12 feet plus, rising, variable winds to trades Events […]

FILTHY BARRELS

posted by / News / January 15, 2003

Day 3 of the Xbox/Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters Surf: Six to eight feet, occasionally bigger, clean trades Events Held: Remaining […]

REQUIRED READING

posted by / Video / January 15, 2003

WAVESCAPE Portraits of the Planet’s Best Surf Spots By Chris Towery and Matt Pruett ($27; Barron’s, book stores or www.barronseduc.com) […]

CD OF THE MONTH

posted by / Video / January 15, 2003

PEARL JAM Riot Act Epic What year is it, exactly? There’s a Bush in the White House, the economy sucks, […]

STRAPPED: THE ORIGINS OF TOW-IN SURFING

posted by / Video / January 15, 2003

(A Blue Field Entertainment and Strapped LLC. Film; 27 minutes; VHS $24.99, DVD $29.99; available at www.lairdhamilton.com, www.swell.com and surf […]

“THIS IS JUST THE ICING ON THE CAKE”

posted by / News / January 15, 2003

Day 4 of the Xbox/Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters Surf: Four to six feet N and NW, occasionally bigger, mostly clean […]

AHEAD

posted by / Video / January 15, 2003

(Kamalei Alexander/Kauai Classic Foundation; $24.95; 43 minutes; www.aheadhawaii.com or surf shops) Here’s the pitch: Watch on screen what only a […]

THE GREATEST SHOAL ON EARTH

posted by / Magazine / January 14, 2003

In the predawn hours of Oct. 29, {{{100}}} miles out in the Pacific, some of the hottest couples in surfing […]

THE BIG EAST

posted by / Magazine / January 14, 2003

When someone says “East Coast,” thoughts of sunny Florida beachbreak or Outer Banks A-frames might spring to mind. Truth is, […]

AN EAST COASTER’S HISTORY OF THE WORLD

posted by / Magazine / January 14, 2003

In the beginning, God made California. Or so you would think. For decades, So Cal’s media machine has made West […]

HAPPY NEW YEAR

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

What would you do if you lived on a small tropical island and the biggest storm in history was about […]

JARDIM DO MAR SAVED

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

Last year, frequent Madeira visitor and Save the Waves Coalition director Will Henry helped convince local officials to save Ponto […]

HEARST CORPORATION GOES GREEN?

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

The media conglomerate (and longtime foe to local environmentalists) is on the verge of selling development rights to their 18-plus […]

FLAME: SHAKEN BUT STILL GOING STRONG

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

On New Year’s Eve, after a month of feeling out of whack, Surfing’s esteemed photo editor, Larry “Flame” Moore, checked […]

SHATTERED

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

Brazil’s ballsy big-wave beast Carlos Burle broke his hipbone in early January while training for the upcoming 2003 Tow-In World […]

Portfolio Series with DJ Struntz

posted by / Photos / May 22, 1997

Age: 32 Home Town: Wilmington, NC Years Shooting: 5 Mentors: flame, dick meseroll, pete taras, steve sherman Favorite Subjects: The […]

Steve Sherman: A Retrospective on Rob Machado

posted by / Photos / May 18, 1997

For the past two decades, SURFING Photo Editor Steve Sherman has been in the trenches, documenting the worlds best surfers. […]

Tons of Fun: These Andrea photos show Florida likes ‘em big

posted by / Photos / May 15, 1997

When Subtropical {{{Storm}}} Andrea intensified off of the Mid-Atlantic coast last week, she shifted the bulk of her weight toward […]

Steve Sherman: A Retrospective on Occy

posted by / Photos / May 4, 1997

For the past two decades, SURFING Photo Editor Steve Sherman has been in the trenches, documenting whatever is happening RIGHT […]

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