Giant Killer: Carissa Takes Out Layne; Men’s Round 2 Looking to Go; Josh Kerr Looking Deadly

posted by / News / March 3, 2007

Women’s world champion Layne Beachley sat next to Stephanie Gilmore and Chelsea Georgeson at the Quikslver Pro kickoff press conference

Quiksilver Pro Australia: Not Backing Down for Anyone

posted by / News / March 1, 2007

Roxy had a party last night. It was pretty sick. Lots of girls, little fruity cocktails, tons of pros in

Billabong XXL: Going Abroad

posted by / News / February 28, 2007

Chile. Peru. France. Spain. South Africa. Browse through the current menu of top contenders on the Billabong XXL website (,

2007 Quiksilver Pro: The Waiting Game

posted by / News / February 28, 2007

Everybody loves a big swell. The anticipation begins. When will it arrive? How big will it be? Who will charge?

2007 Quiksilver Pro Australia Preview

posted by / News / February 25, 2007

The bank is back. That was the big question and it’s been answered. After one of the heaviest storms in

Andy’s New Vibe

posted by / News / February 23, 2007

At 28 years of age,, AI is bigger and sharper looking than the young lion who assaulted the world tour

SURFING Magazine adds ace photographer Dustin Humphrey to roster

posted by / News / February 22, 2007

SAN CLEMENTE, CA – SURFING Magazine is pleased to announce the addition of another asset to its roster of heavy-hitting

Surfers and Snowboarders Show-off Their Boardriding Skills at the 2007 H2O Winter Classic

posted by / News / February 16, 2007

The surf was up and the snow was falling as top surfers and snowboarders took their skills and put them

The Globe WCT Fiji Cancelled

posted by / News / February 16, 2007

On December 6, 2006, when the Fijian military took over and forced the island chain into its fourth military coup

RIGHT FOOT FORWARD: Owen Wright wins a goofyfoot-heavy Hobgood Challenge presented by Pac Sun

posted by / News / February 13, 2007

SIGN UP FOR ALERTS ON THE HOBGOOD CHALLENGE HERE Nobody would’ve bet on it. Pulling up to a super-critical South


posted by / News / February 13, 2007

On the morning Feb. 13, 1997, during a rapidly rising 18- to 20-foot swell, Todd Chesser paddled out to an

Jamie O’Brien Wins His Second Monster Energy Pro at Pipeline

posted by / News / February 11, 2007

HONOLULU, Hawaii (Friday, February 9, 2007) – North Shore resident Jamie O’Brien won his second Monster Energy Pro, presented by

Girls School: The Extended Interview

posted by / News / February 9, 2007

It was the biggest chick event ever held: the Havaianas Beachley Classic, at Manly, Australia, its ${{{100}}},000 prizemoney out-ranking all

Another Reason to Hate Surf PE

posted by / News / February 8, 2007

I seldom – if ever – call out surfing’s youth for being misguided or flat-out wrong. We’ve all made mistakes

Mark Mathews Steals the Show with Perfect 10 at Monster Energy Pro

posted by / News / February 7, 2007

HONOLULU (Tuesday, February 6, 2007) – The $75,000 Monster Energy Pro, presented by Billabong, experienced the largest contest surf of

ON THE SET: John from Cincinnati

posted by / News / January 30, 2007

***Editors Note**** In an article in Surfing’s March 2007 issue [“On the Set,” page 61] regarding the upcoming HBO TV

ASR 2007: Meetings. Fashion shows, Bro-shakes and Free Beer

posted by / News / January 29, 2007

Meetings. Fashion shows. Business dinners that turn into massive piss-ups. Bosses doing the worm. Free Beer. Bro-shakes. Bros in scarves.


posted by / News / January 26, 2007

Despite Warren Bolster’s tragic story, you can’t help but smile when you walk through the Wolf Fine Art Gallery in

Billabong Offers a “Go with a Pro” Fantasy Surf Camp at a Dream Point in El Salvador

posted by / News / January 24, 2007

Billabong has created a unique travel experience at a special surf camp, where legendary pros like Shaun Tomson, Sanoe Lake,

Monument Sun Diego 2007 Surf Series

posted by / News / January 24, 2007