THE FRENCH CONNECTION

posted by / News / August 16, 2004

Voila! This weekend, Troy Brooks topped the field a the O’Neill Pro Anglet, a five-star French event that pushed him […]

RIGHT TIME, WRONG PLACE

posted by / News / August 7, 2004

Team East Coast won the surfing portion of the X Games yesterday at Huntington Beach in front of thousands of […]

SOMETHING LIGHT AND TROPICAL

posted by / News / August 6, 2004

Better late than never. That seemed to be the attitude for most of the East Coast as Hurricane Alex picked […]

FISH TALE?

posted by / News / August 5, 2004

Imagine South Africa’s Nahoon Reef, one of the world’s most shark-infested line-ups. You’re the only surfer in the water as […]

ROLLIN’ HARD

posted by / News / August 3, 2004

Jesse Billauer turned it up a notch at his inaugural Night By the Ocean party in Santa Monica on July […]

HEADLANDS

posted by / News / August 3, 2004

Travel, fortune, fame. The life of a surf star may seem idyllic, but spend one day watching HB contest scene […]

SOUP EXCHANGE

posted by / News / August 1, 2004

Has pro surf competition in boring beachbreak become obsolete? Has it always been? Today, off the south side of Huntington […]

ROCK STARS

posted by / News / July 30, 2004

Today’s Surfing Hall of Fame Induction ceremony was bigger and bolder than yesterday’s more low-key Walk of Fame event, but […]

STARSTRUCK

posted by / News / July 29, 2004

In what’s become one of the most feel good traditions in surfing, six legends were inducted today into the Huntington […]

FIELD OF DREAMS

posted by / News / July 26, 2004

“It’s been hell at times, and things got testy, but hopefully the team will speak for itself.” So says Surfing […]

BALL OF CONFUSION

posted by / News / July 24, 2004

“I thought we were done,” said befuddled Dylan Graves as he changed back into his wetsuit. The young Puerto Rican, […]

2004 BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY SIX

posted by / News / July 22, 2004

Surf: Swell peaked in the night, nice five foot leftovers, dropping through the day. Wind sideshore devil in the morning, […]

2004 BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY FIVE

posted by / News / July 21, 2004

Surf: Sweeping into the bay starting off 3-4 feet, building to five by this evening. Clean offshore winds.Events Held: Round […]

2004 BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / July 17, 2004

Surf: 3-5 feet surf, relatively inconsistent, variable winds; cleaning and picking up in the afternoon.Event Held: Billabong Pro J-BayNature’s Call:Forget […]

2004 BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY THREE

posted by / News / July 15, 2004

Surf: Out of nowhere lined up 3-5 feet waves with the North Westerly devil wind providing a bit of cross […]

2004 BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY TWO

posted by / News / July 14, 2004

Surf: Lined up 4-5 feet crackers, slight side shore turning to onshore later.Event Held: Billabong Pro J-BayNature’s Call: Throw us […]

2004 BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY ONE

posted by / News / July 13, 2004

Surf: lumpy 4-6 foot with a gentle cross shore bumpEvents held: Von Zipper Wildcard Trials. Billabong Pro J-Bay, Round OneNature’s […]

THAT SINKING FEELING

posted by / News / July 1, 2004

Every few months, a line of graffiti appears on the infamous wall at {{{Malibu}}}’s Surfrider Beach that reads, “Dora Wouldn’t […]

NSSA NATIONALS: THE RESULTS

posted by / News / June 27, 2004

Another year, another list of heroes. The 2004 NSSA Nationals concluded this evening at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott to cheers […]

2003 NSSA NATIONALS: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / June 27, 2004

Surf: Firing! Well overhead, consistent and trunk-able.Events held: The whole deal. Nature’s call: I’m sore, seriously; I’ve got puncture wounds. […]