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

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,

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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,

THE SCHOOLING OF JOEL PARKINSON

posted by / Magazine / August 23, 2004

Joel is on his way to prenatal classes. It’s an experience he’ll be sharing with not only his lovely partner

LARRY LIGHT

posted by / Magazine / August 9, 2004

Larry “Flame” Moore tells his story like he does everything: with tremendous attention to detail. From the number of stop

AUGUST ’04: THE SLATER TEST

posted by / Magazine / July 7, 2004

Kelly Slater would make a damn good boss. He has a competitive drive that’s contagious. He rarely raises his voice.

OUT OF THE DEEP

posted by / Magazine / June 15, 2004

Tom Carroll couldn’t believe his eyes. “Straightaway {{{Jimmy}}} just boosts this air and starts to rip this super tight, super

INTO THE FOOD CHAIN

posted by / Magazine / June 15, 2004

At first I thought it was a little shark, swimming curiously in to look at an intruder on this bare

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