LX – Enter To Win

posted by / Magazine / April 6, 2005

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FAST AND FURIOUS – MAY 2005 ISSUE

posted by / Magazine / March 22, 2005

Seven Days with new WCT member Timmy Reyes Timmy Reyes is at the wheel. We’re stopped on the corner of […]

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CALIFORNIA UNDERGROUND – MAY 2005 ISSUE

posted by / Magazine / March 22, 2005

There’s a spacey, fairyland quality to the California coast on clear winter days, when the sea-fog gathers offshore and does […]

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CATCH THE BOMB OF THE DAY WITH RANDALL PAULSON – APRIL 2005 ISSUE

posted by / Magazine / February 22, 2005

Editor’s Note: Twenty-eight-year-old North Shore surfer Randall Paulson has been in the mix at Pipe for years. But in the […]

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A CLASSIC DAY AT THE BAY – APRIL 2005 ISSUE

posted by / Magazine / February 22, 2005

Reliving the legend, Curren scores classic Honolua Bay. “But as fast as the media picked up on the place—it burned […]

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STAND AND DELIVER – APRIL 2005 ISSUE

posted by / Magazine / February 22, 2005

Kainoa McGee tells us how he transformed from world-class bodyboarder to world-class surfer in four, short years SURFING MAGAZINE: What […]

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2005 WCT PREVIEW

posted by / Magazine / February 9, 2005

There’s been a real spring cleaning in Pro Land. With nine surfers falling off the dream tour at season’s end, […]

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SEVEN DAYS WITH BRIAN CONLEY – MARCH 2005 ISSUE

posted by / Magazine / January 26, 2005

Editor’s Note: For the next year, SURFING will run a series of profiles based on a one-week stay with a […]

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DANGER – MARCH 2005 ISSUE

posted by / Magazine / January 26, 2005

WISH YOU WEREN’T HERE10 Horror Tales from Surfing’s Danger ZonesRemember when that tidal wave hit G-land? Huts washed hundreds of […]

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FEB ’05: GENESIS

posted by / Magazine / December 28, 2004

FOUR PROS PLAY GOD IN THE SHAPING ROOM HIC veteran Wade Tokoro has been shaping Jamie O’Brien’s boards for over […]

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FEB ’05: SHAPER OF THE YEAR

posted by / Magazine / December 28, 2004

SURFING MAGAZINE’S 2004 SHAPER OF THE YEAR: AL MERRICK The first thing you’ll notice when you enter Al Merrick’s unmarked […]

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JAN ’05: CAMP HOBGOOD

posted by / Magazine / December 9, 2004

{{{CJ}}} Hobgood looks like he’s seen a ghost. “We need a truck and we need a chain — fast!” he […]

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JAN ’05: CALL OF THE WILD

posted by / Magazine / November 30, 2004

An interview with “Wolf Pack” leader Kala Alexander Every visiting North Shore surfer has the same recurring nightmare. It involves […]

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LET THERE BE TWIN-FINS!

posted by / Magazine / November 5, 2004

We know what you’re thinking. “Great. Another old dude trying to bring back some washed-up design and squeeze a few […]

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THE CASE FOR BRUCE IRONS

posted by / Magazine / November 1, 2004

Bruce Irons is eggy. The late-afternoon, Huntington sun has him lit up like a neon sign on the corner of […]

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IF THEY WEREN’T SURF STARS

posted by / Magazine / November 1, 2004

Pat O’Connell, Clown For Hire, Crusty Inc. “A long time ago I got tagged as this happy-go-lucky guy, always laughing […]

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CROSSING OVER

posted by / Magazine / September 28, 2004

“I can’t believe this is happening — again!” Taylor Knox couldn’t help but voice his frustration. In front of 25,000 […]

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MADE IN MALAYSIA

posted by / Magazine / September 28, 2004

Taj Burrow is frothing. “This is the best thing I’ve ever done in my life,” he says. “Forget calling Macaronis […]

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THE TOP 16 SURFERS OF ALL TIME

posted by / Magazine / August 30, 2004

Performance. That’s all we’re talking about. No Dukes. No Blakes. No Freeths. No Docs. These are the 16 surfers who […]

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WHAT IS THE ESSENCE OF BEING A SURFER?

posted by / Magazine / August 30, 2004

What’s the essence of being a surfer? If it’s individuality, then why are there surf clubs? Surf clothes?If it’s freedom, […]

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