THE NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY TWO

posted by / News / June 23, 2004

SURF: Decent head-high to overhead (depending on your division) sets on a slowly fading south swell at Lower Trestles; chunky […]

2004 NSSA NATIONALS: DAY ONE

posted by / News / June 23, 2004

Surf:A long awaited south swell showing signs of life and continuing to grow through out the day. The later the […]

THE NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: SCHOLASTIC DIVISIONS

posted by / News / June 21, 2004

School may be out, but for many of the nation’s top young surfers, final exam time didn’t begin until Friday […]

THERE’S NO ‘H.I.’ IN TEAM

posted by / News / June 18, 2004

There was a helpful flow chart on the beach at the inaugural American Surfing Championships at Huntington Beach to explain […]

American Surfing Championships Finals Today

posted by / News / June 17, 2004

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA- June 17, 2004 – Surfing America, the newly-appointed National Governing Body for the sport of Surfing in […]

SNEAKER SET

posted by / News / June 14, 2004

The ads for a television show on the 20th {{{Century}}} {{{Fox}}} website proclaims, “Come for the sun, stay for the […]

LOCAL MOTION SURF INTO SUMMER, PRESENTED BY DAKINE

posted by / News / June 7, 2004

Hawaii’s Summer surf season officially kicked off this past weekend with the Local Motion Surf Into Summer Contest, presented by […]

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / June 3, 2004

Thursday, June 3, 2004 (Tavarua and Namotu Islands, Fiji) Damien Hobgood (FL, USA) today defeated reigning two-time world champion Andy […]

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI: DAY THREE

posted by / News / June 1, 2004

Wednesday, June 2, 2004 (Tavarua and Namotu Islands, Fiji) Mixed fortunes unfolded for top contestants in the Quiksilver Pro today. […]

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI: DAY 2

posted by / News / May 31, 2004

Tuesday, June 1, 2004 (Tavarua and Namotu Islands, Fiji) Two-time world champion Tom Carroll (Newport, AUS) today dished out a […]

THE ORANGE CRUSHERS

posted by / News / May 30, 2004

“Zach just had a brain fart,” says San Diego Coach Jeff Baldwin as he watches one of his surfers blow […]

GRIN AND BEAR IT

posted by / News / May 29, 2004

Last Thursday night, at a non-descript little motel room on Santa Cruz’s Eastside, we couldn’t help but feel the hurt […]

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI: DAY ONE

posted by / News / May 26, 2004

Wednesday, May 26, 2004 (Tavarua and Namotu Islands, Fiji) Tahitian wildcard Alain Riou today posted a perfect 10 in the […]

HEY, JUNIOR!

posted by / News / May 25, 2004

How many times have you looked at small waves and imagined yourself as a chipmunk? A squirrel, a rabbit . […]

YOUNG CEO

posted by / News / May 25, 2004

When he was 13 years old, New Jersey surfer Douglas Barry wanted to be the CEO of a major corporation. […]

Kelly Slater Invitational – ‘Lets See It!’

posted by / News / May 25, 2004

Monday, May 24, 2004 – (Tavarua and Namotu Islands, Fiji): The Kelly Slater Invitational – ‘Let’s See It!’ – wrapped […]

ORANGE CRUSH

posted by / News / May 24, 2004

“Overrated!”That’s what a rowdy Orange County fan had to say about San Diego’s star player, Rob Machado, yesterday. And what […]

SONG OF THE SOUTH

posted by / News / May 23, 2004

“He’s gonna get his waves. We just have to worry about controlling the other guys.” Inside the huddle of the […]

SIMA Surf Summit 2004

posted by / News / May 20, 2004

Industry Abuzz With Buzz’s Speech McKnight Wows ‘em at SIMA Surf {{{Summit}}} 2004 “Buzz” is a nickname given to Quiksilver […]

OH BROTHERS WHERE ART THOU

posted by / News / May 19, 2004

After a long-lived relationship with Hurley, the Malloy brothers have curiously downsized to the smaller grassroots company, Patagonia. Why such […]