QUIKSILVER PRO JAPAN: DAY THREE

posted by / News / September 4, 2004

Saturday, September 4, 2004 (Hebara, Japan) Defending Quiksilver Pro champion Andy Irons (Haw) today showed perfect form to reach this

QUIKSILVER PRO JAPAN: DAY TWO

posted by / News / September 3, 2004

Friday, September 3, 2004 (Hebara, Japan) The Quiksilver Pro scored today by relocating to Japan’s version of the legendary righthand

QUIKSILVER PRO JAPAN: DAY ONE

posted by / News / September 2, 2004

Thursday, September 2, 2004 (Hebara, Japan) The Quiksilver Pro in Japan got underway today, with round one of the Foster’s

2nd Annual Etnies Goofy vs. Regular Foot at Windansea

posted by / News / August 31, 2004

Like the timeless rivalry between cat and dog in the animal kingdom, goofy and regular foots have also had a

SURFERS WITH ALTITUDE

posted by / News / August 26, 2004

One-hundred foot waves. Jet Skis. Odysseys. And now this: the Billabong Clipper. When the surfwear giant recently announced they’d be

G-O-D, THE GOP AND DAIZE SHAYNE

posted by / News / August 25, 2004

George W. Bush . . .Pat Buchanan . . .and Daize Shayne?! Wait a minute. We thought Daize was, like,

NO POI, NO PORK, NO PROBLEM

posted by / News / August 25, 2004

Everyone knows that a traditional Hawaiian party has to have poi. But nobody was complaining about the absence of purple

A FOND FAREWELL

posted by / News / August 19, 2004

Chris Evans is serious about one thing: protecting the ocean. Beyond that, the 49-year-old Executive Director of the Surfrider Foundation

BELIEVE THE HEIGHT

posted by / News / August 19, 2004

There is a phenomenon out at sea as eerie and fleeting as the mist off its back. When it happens

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,