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

Shaper of the Year: Bert Berger and the Rise of the Firewire

posted by / News / January 23, 2007

It’s a funny thing, really. Paranoia’s practically a way of life out there in Surfboardland. A lot of it is

Gavin Colman Wins 2007 Kneeboard World Championship

posted by / News / January 19, 2007

Gavin Colman of Cronulla, Australia completed a perfect week of competition by winning both the Open and Senior divisions at

GATOR STOMP: CJ Hobgood leads an all-Florida final to victory for the 2007 O’Neill Sebastian Inlet Pro

posted by / News / January 11, 2007

Conditions: Chest to head-high, chunky and windblownEvents held: Round of 32 to finalNature’s Call: Hey, at least I didn’t go

THE SAFFERS’ BIG PUSH: Jordy Smith wins world juniors, highlights dawn of the new South Africa

posted by / News / January 11, 2007

“It’s a good time to be doing well,” muses Jordy Smith. “My contract’s coming up really soon.” Jordy is 18

State of Reef: What if the next world-class wave will be your backyard beachbreak?

posted by / News / January 3, 2007

Watch the video – Wavebreakers: The {{{Quest}}} for the Perfect Wave What if the next world-class wave will be your

Where’s Lizzy: Episode 8

posted by / News / January 2, 2007

I heard a knock on the hull followed by a soft whistle. I poked my head out, sweaty and reeking

North Shore Week In Review: 12/10/07 -THE END

posted by / News / December 19, 2006

Girl, you’ve got to let me know: Should I stay or should I go? Parko knew. He packed up the

TURNING POINT: Final Day of the Rip Curl Pro Pipeline Masters

posted by / News / December 15, 2006

HEATS RUN: Round Three to the Big ShowCONDITIONS: Suddenly, unexpectedly, EPIC (8-foot, too)NATURE’S CALL: I’ve been waiting for youPREDICTIONS: Excessive

STAYING ALIVE: Day two of the Rip Curl Pro Pipeline Masters.

posted by / News / December 11, 2006

Nathan Hedge needs to place either first or second in this event to retain his spot on the WCT tour.

Pipe Goes Off for Day One of the Rip Curl Pro Pipe Masters

posted by / News / December 10, 2006

ROUNDS RUN: Round One (but not your normal Round One)CONDITIONS: Classic 6-8 foot PipeNATURE’S CALL: OK, you’ve waited long enoughPREDICTION:

Seventh Heaven for Layne Beachley at the Billabong Pro Maui

posted by / News / December 10, 2006

HONOLUA BAY, Hawaii (Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006) – Seventeen-year ASP Women’s World Tour veteran Layne Beachley has won an unprecedented


posted by / News / December 7, 2006

You could have bet Sunset dominators Andy Irons and Joel Parkinson would duel it out in the final. You could


posted by / News / December 5, 2006

{{{Eight}}}-time world champion Kelly Slater (Florida, USA), world #2 Mick Fanning (Queensland, Australia), former world champion Andy Irons (Kauai, Hawaii),


posted by / News / December 1, 2006

What a difference a year makes. At the end of 2005, Waianae’s Melanie Bartels, touted as one of the most


posted by / News / December 1, 2006

Surf: 6 to 8 feet, confused and wind abusedEvents Held: Men’s Round of 96, Men’s Round of 64, Heats 1-6Nature’s