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

Op Honor Roll: September 04

posted by / News / September 14, 2004

THIS MONTH’S ACE:Nick Rozsa – Oxnard, California RECENT GRADES First Place, {{{Explorer}}} Mens and Explorer Juniors, NSSA Western Championships Only

Op Honor Roll: August 04

posted by / News / September 14, 2004

THIS MONTH’S ACE: Adam Wickwire, Satellite Beach, Florida RECENT GRADES: 2004 NSSA East Coast Open Juniors Champion REMARKS: “I haven’t

INAUGURAL LIQUID NATION BALL RAISES OVER $100,000 FOR SURF AID INTERNATIONAL

posted by / News / September 13, 2004

The inaugural Liquid Nation Ball benefiting Surf Aid International was a fantastic success this past weekend in La Jolla, CA.

THE BILLABONG-SANTA CRUZ ONE-FOOT WINGFEST

posted by / News / September 13, 2004

The summer of 2004 has been the worst, flattest, most dismal and generally the crappiest summer for waves that California

THE HOST WITH THE MOST

posted by / News / September 9, 2004

The year is 1995. OJ Simpson is acquitted for murder, America is enjoying the fruits of the Internet Boom, and

FRESH WATERS

posted by / News / September 8, 2004

Put yourself in the flip-flops of the Quiksilver management team a moment. You have this vessel that has been at

QUIKSILVER PRO JAPAN: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / September 5, 2004

Sunday, September 5, 2004 (Hebara, Japan) 2001 world champion {{{CJ}}} Hobgood (FL, USA) today clinched his second victory of the

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