Whitey Comes to Town…Again

posted by / News / October 12, 2004

‘Tis the season for shark attacks on California’s Central Coast, experienced first-hand by Orcutt’s Ben Ikola the afternoon of Saturday,

Billabong Pro Mundaka – Expression Session

posted by / News / October 11, 2004

Click here for the Billabong Pro Mundaka Photo Gallery Monday, October 11, 2004 (Bakio, Euskadi, Spain) The Billabong Pro continued

2004 BILLABONG PRO MUNDAKA DAY 2

posted by / News / October 6, 2004

Click here for the Billabong Pro Mundaka Photo Gallery Wednesday, October 6, 2004 (Mundaka, Euskadi,Spain)Brazilian Armando Daltro today created a

Whale Rider

posted by / News / October 6, 2004

“I rode a whale today.” Sounds like another hackneyed analogy for big wave riding, right? Not for Spyros Vamvas. Last

WARDO’S WORLD

posted by / News / October 6, 2004

Surf: From overhead and slightly mixed-up to head-high and glassy to waist-high chop, this contest got the full range of

Dr. MR

posted by / News / October 5, 2004

Newcastle, NSW, Australia, Sept. 30, 2004: Mark Richards, “MR” –now “Dr. MR” — is awarded an honorary doctorate degree from

Irons Continues Top Form At Mundaka

posted by / News / October 5, 2004

Click here for the Billabong Pro Mundaka Photo Gallery Tuesday, October 5, 2004 (Mundaka, Euskadi, Spain) Reigning world champion Andy

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / October 3, 2004

SURF: 6 to 12 feet Hawaiian (seriously), sunny, offshore all dayEVENTS HELD: Round Four til the French lady singsNATURE’S CALL:

ANDY WINS HISTORIC IRONS BROTHERS FINAL

posted by / News / October 3, 2004

Click here for the Final Day Photo Gallery Sunday, October 3, 2004 (Hossegor, France) Defending Quiksilver Pro champion Andy Irons

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: ROUND THREE

posted by / News / October 2, 2004

SURF: Chest-high and average increasing to double overhead and wildEVENTS HELD: Men’s Round Three plus the Evian Expression SessionNATURE’S CALL:

Up and Coming

posted by / News / October 1, 2004

Timmy Reyes is finally ripe. After splashing for four years through the spin-cycle of the WQS , two back-to-back first

O’NEILL COLD WATER CLASSIC RETURNS TO LEGENDARY STEAMER LANE

posted by / News / September 30, 2004

STEAMER LANE, SANTA CRUZ, California – The O’Neill Cold Water Classic, known for rugged conditions and chilly water since its

OP NEWPORT CLASSIC

posted by / News / September 30, 2004

“Summer was gone and the heat died down/ and Autumn reached for her golden crown.” Okay, so the late English

The Quiksilver Crossing Takes To The Air!!

posted by / News / September 30, 2004

The Quiksilver Crossing has added another tool in it’s arsenal of surf exploration, The Crossing Seaplane! The “Albatross” amphibian was

R.I.P Jason Bogle

posted by / News / September 30, 2004

Beloved North Shore surfer Jason Bogle passed away peacefully Wednesday, September 29th, in the company of his family, following an

NEWPORT CLASSIC

posted by / News / September 28, 2004

“Summer was gone and the heat died down/ and Autumn reached for her golden crown.” Okay, so the late English

QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY THREE

posted by / News / September 28, 2004

SURF: All over the map…again.EVENTS HELD: Round TwoNATURE’S CALL:I’ve been very generous.PREDICTED: Fifteen “culture” trips to Paris “The two results

QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY TWO

posted by / News / September 27, 2004

SURF: 4-6 feet, offshore, sunny; 3 feet, onshore and everything in betweenEVENTS HELD: Men’s Round One, Heats 3-16NATURE’S CALL: I

BRIGHT LIGHTS, NO ‘CT

posted by / News / September 25, 2004

The Boost Mobile Pro went down at Trestles last week . . .Andy, Kelly, Dane Reynolds, yada yada yada. Hard

YOUTH IN REVOLT

posted by / News / September 25, 2004

Surf: Chest to head-high plus, slightly onshore and sectiony.Events Held: Junior Men’s Final, Boys Final, Menehunes Final, Girls Final, Menehune