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

QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY ONE

posted by / News / September 25, 2004

SURF: 2 to 3 feet and marginalEVENTS HELD: Round One, Heats 1-3NATURE’S CALL: Se la viePREDICTED: According to surf forecaster

Bigger Than Life

posted by / News / September 23, 2004

It’s 9:00 pm on Sunday night at MoSun’s sushi bar in Laguna Beach . With one hand in his pocket

OLD GUYS RULE!

posted by / News / September 22, 2004

Surf: Still blown but slightly cleaner chest to overhead surfEvents Held: Finals of Men, Women, Masters, Senior Men, Senior Women,

2004 BOOST MOBILE PRO: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / September 20, 2004

Surf: Mondo super- chunk wind- coping. 4-6′ brown-green juice, go second one, always cleaner. Where was the OCC?Events held: Quarters

AGAINST THE WIND

posted by / News / September 20, 2004

Surf: Overhead, out of control, 40 mph northeast wind swell Events Held: Men (Rounds 1 and 2), Masters (Rounds 1

BOOST MOBILE PRO DAY FOUR

posted by / News / September 18, 2004

Surf: 4-5 foot, light wind, soft tides and good fun.Events Held:Round Four.Nature’s call:Let’s keep it moving, boys, locals need some

2004 BOOST MOBILE PRO: DAY THREE

posted by / News / September 17, 2004

Surf: Head high to your dome, boyeee!Events held: Men’s round three, stayin’ way OG.Nature’s call: Well in my opinion you’re

BOOST MOBILE PRO DAY TWO

posted by / News / September 16, 2004

Surf: Head-high and erratic.Events Held: Round Two.Nature’s Call: Is it on yet? Then let’s do this thing.Predicted: Kelly Slater on

THE BOOST MOBILE PRO DAY ONE

posted by / News / September 15, 2004

Surf: 2-3 and building. It is filling in, brahdahs. Man your posts. Events held: Men’s round one.Nature’s call: Shut up

CHECKMATE

posted by / News / September 14, 2004

For as artistic as surfing is supposed to be, surf contests are still essentially, competitions, as clearly demonstrated by the

CAMP MAKUA

posted by / News / September 14, 2004

Spencer Regan is a driven young man. Quite literally that is, in every sense of the meaning. The NSSA talent

Op Honor Roll: November 04

posted by / News / September 14, 2004

THIS MONTH’S ACEFred Patacchia Jr. – OAHU, HAWAII RECENT GRADESFourth Place, {{{Honda}}} US Open of Surfing presented by O’Neill Five

Op Honor Roll: October 04

posted by / News / September 14, 2004

THIS MONTH’S ACEOla Eleogram – MAUI, HAWAII RECENT GRADESFirst Place, Junior Mens, American Surfing Championships He may have been confused