ISA Junior World Championships Day Two

posted by / News / May 8, 2007

Check out coverage from the previous days in the amateur news What started as a disastrous day two for the

The Marathon Begins: Okay Opening Day at the ISA World Games

posted by / News / May 7, 2007

With the first round of Under 18 and Under 16 mens complete the USA Surf Team advance it’s full squad

2007 Billabong Pro Tahiti: Day One

posted by / News / May 5, 2007

“You shoulda been here, man!” Wish I had a dollar for every time somebody’s said that about Manoa Day. Last

Can You Imagine?

posted by / News / May 4, 2007

We came within 20 seconds of seeing Dane Reynolds make Second Chapter. “I don’t think I’d still be doing contests

Team USA Pep Rally

posted by / News / May 2, 2007

You can tell Peter Townend was a world champion. As he took the floor at Team U.S.A.’s send off party

Design for Humanity

posted by / News / May 1, 2007

One of a kind art. Unique fashion pieces. Shiny Toy Guns. DJ Vice. Dancing, dancing and more dancing — all

Where’s Lizzy

posted by / News / May 1, 2007

FLAT BUT STILL FUN For anyone who has ever felt slightly jealous of this trip at one point or another,

On the Air

posted by / News / April 30, 2007

IT’S BEEN PUNK ROCK, METAL AND HIP-HOP. It’s been flashy and fluorescent. Color and black and white. It’s had creepy

CJ Hobgood wins Body Glove Surfbout

posted by / News / April 28, 2007

Former ASP World Champion {{{CJ}}} Hobgood (Melbourne Beach, FL) has defeated fellow finalists Gabe Kling (St. Augustine, FL), Dayyan Neve

The Kokua Festival 2007

posted by / News / April 28, 2007

Whether you know or not, right now at this exact moment, we are in the midst of cultural shift in

Tales from the Trails: Finding that secret spot.

posted by / News / April 19, 2007

Last week all of California was blessed with the best South swell in a long time, and Northern California was

The Happening NYC

posted by / News / April 17, 2007

By this point, most anyone involved in surfing has attended some sort of surf art function. It’s usually something fun,

Ken “Skindog” Collins Wins Billabong XXL Ride of the Year

posted by / News / April 14, 2007

Californian big wave charger Ken “Skindog” Collins (Santa Cruz) has trumped the world’s best big wave surfers to claim victory

Judgment Night: Votes are in for the Billabong XXL Awards

posted by / News / April 12, 2007

It’s become sort of a tradition for us mag dudes. Come mid-April, as the anticipation for the Billabong XXL awards

Dawn of the Stone Age World Premiere

posted by / News / April 12, 2007

WATCH A PREVIEW HERE! You know if groms are coiled around Lido theatre in Newport Beach something big is going

Taj Burrow Gets the Bell at the Rip Curl Pro

posted by / News / April 12, 2007

Taj Burrow’s come second so many times in the past couple years, he’d actually begun to expect it. Sitting in

Rip Curl GromSearch presented by Snickers

posted by / News / April 10, 2007

Hawaii’s Tyler Newton and Australia’s Tyler Wright today won the boy and girl 16 and under international final of the

RIP CURL PRO DAY THREE

posted by / News / April 10, 2007

Man, Bells is a workout. In two days, pursuing this event has caused SURFING to drive over 500 miles and

RIP CURL PRO 2007 DAY TWO

posted by / News / April 9, 2007

This is how it plays out at Bells, year after year… Easter is over, so the contest can begin. That’s

Mick Fanning Launches His New Website

posted by / News / April 9, 2007

Mick Fanning, Australia’s greatest World Title prospect and the current Forster’s ASP World Tour ratings leader, and Red Bull have