ISA World Junior Championships – Day 3 Update

posted by / News / December 10, 2004

A Day of Wins for the Americans Jeremy Johnston again continued his winning ways with first place againto move him

ISA World Junior Championships – Day 2 Update

posted by / News / December 9, 2004

Another Good Day for the Young Americans. Led by second round wins by New Smyrna’s Jeremy Johnston and USASurfTeam Captain

2004 RIP CURL PIPELINE MASTERS – DAY 1

posted by / News / December 9, 2004

The Rip Curl Code STL Trials go off without a stitch Some dreams do come true. And had you been

ISA World Junior Championships – Day 1 Update

posted by / News / December 8, 2004

After an intense selection process, the newly invigorated US Team – now incorporating all major US amateur organizations — gets

NORTH SHORE WEEK IN REVIEW

posted by / News / December 6, 2004

Life on the Rock from 11/28-12/05 WHO ARRIVED: If you ain’t here by now, chances are you ain’t coming. The

O’NEILL WORLD CUP OF SURFING: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / December 4, 2004

Still the one: Andy Irons dominates any-size Sunset A funny thing happened at Sunset Beach today. The winner of this

O’NEILL WORLD CUP OF SURFING: DAY 3

posted by / News / December 3, 2004

TRIUMPHS AND TRAGEDIES AT SUNSET BEACH “This is Hawaii. You’ve got to wear your grass skirt and your flower lei.

now test

posted by / News / December 2, 2004

nothing here yet.

Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau Opening Ceremony Update

posted by / News / December 1, 2004

QUIKSILVER IN MEMORY OF EDDIE AIKAU BIG WAVE EVENT Location: Waimea Bay, North Shore, Oahu Date: Opening Ceremony(Webcast Live) www.quiksilver.com/eddie_aikau_04:

2004 O’NEILL WORLD CUP OF SURFING: DAY TWO

posted by / News / November 30, 2004

Take what you can get: competitors make the most of a challenging Round of 96. Perhaps Pipe charger Tamayo Perry

NORTH SHORE WEEK IN REVIEW

posted by / News / November 29, 2004

WHO ARRIVED: A handful of surfers showed up after the tardy bell (and a few remain absent, some saying they

O’NEILL WORLD CUP OF SURFING: DAY 1

posted by / News / November 28, 2004

O’NEILL WORLD CUP OF SURFINGDAY ONERounds of 144 and 132 completed in picture-perfect Sunset. Sunset Beach was on her best

VANS HAWAIIAN PRO HALEIWA – FINALS DAY

posted by / News / November 22, 2004

CONDITIONS: 6 ft. and glassy. Fading swell and approaching storm.EVENTS RUN: Quarters, Semis and Final.NATURE’S CALL: Hurry up, I can’t

NORTH SHORE WEEK IN REVIEW

posted by / News / November 22, 2004

The North Shore is yawning a Kona wind. Wiping the boogies from its eyes. Stretching its leash on an inshore

VANS HAWAIIAN PRO HALEIWA – DAY FIVE

posted by / News / November 22, 2004

Upsets and underdogs pave the way for the final. SURF: 8-10 ft. and friggin’ beautiful. Pure sunshine.EVENTS HELD: Round of

ROXY PRO HALEIWA UPDATE

posted by / News / November 21, 2004

Sofia Mulanovich wins first South American world surfing title. SURF: 6-8 ft. and rising.EVENTS HELD: Quarters, Semis and Final of

Death of a Heavy

posted by / News / November 18, 2004

Ray Kunze RIP Ray Kunze the legendary “Enforcer” at {{{Malibu}}} in the 60’s, passed away last week from a stroke

2004 VANS HAWAIIAN PRO HALEIWA – DAY TWO

posted by / News / November 18, 2004

WCT heavy hitters enter the ring as Round of 96 gets underway. SURF: 2-4 ft. with occasional bigger sets. EVENTS

2004 VANS HAWAIIAN PRO HALEIWA – DAY ONE

posted by / News / November 13, 2004

SURF: Head-high and glassy. EVENTS HELD: Round of 132, Heats 1-10NATURE’S CALL: You so wish you were out there, huh?

JONESIN’ FOR THE CROWN

posted by / News / November 12, 2004

For a complete Photo Gallery of the event, CLICK HERE To stand out in a performance epicenter like Sebastian Inlet,