THE RIP CURL PRO: ROUND TWO

posted by / News / April 9, 2004

Surf: Overhead and cleanEvents held: Men’s round twoNature’s call: I love big hooksPredicted: More head high slashing “Ya know, Bells; […]

THE 2004 RIP CURL PRO: ROUND ONE

posted by / News / April 8, 2004

Surf: Head-high and chunky rightsEvents held: Men’s round oneNature’s call: Hit me with your best shotPredicted: Same size and cleaner […]

NORTH FLORIDA DOMINATES 18TH ANNUAL OP SCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS

posted by / News / April 7, 2004

The 18th annual Op East Coast Scholastic Surfing Championships wrapped up on Monday, April 5 with a “three-peat” performance by […]

FINALISTS ANNOUNCED IN 2004 BILLABONG XXL GLOBAL BIG WAVE AWARDS

posted by / News / April 5, 2004

IRVINE, CA — (April 2, 2004) — The finalists for the 2004 Global Big Wave Awards, which are presented by […]

THE RIP CURL PRO: DAY ONE

posted by / News / April 5, 2004

Monday, April 5, 2004 (Bells Beach, VIC, AUS) Local Victorian surfer Adam Robertson today won the Surf Dive ‘n’ Ski […]

NSSA STANDOUT CHAD COMPTON INJURED

posted by / News / April 2, 2004

Sixteen-year-old Chad Compton is in intensive care at the Ventura County Hospital after suffering a head injury while skateboarding up […]

CADDYSCHWACK!

posted by / News / April 1, 2004

White shoes. Lime pants. Pink shirts. Blue hair. Are these the future colors of surfing? Well, whether or not golf […]

RISING FROM THE ASHES

posted by / News / March 29, 2004

The US team finished 19th at the 2004 ISA World Surfing Games — behind first-place Australia, Brazil, South Africa and […]

MALIBU’S LEAST WANTED

posted by / News / March 25, 2004

Yo, yo. You down wit da MLO? {{{Fox}}} News recently aired an unintentionally hilarious news story about a new type […]

COOL RIPPINGS

posted by / News / March 23, 2004

Pro surfer Dan Malloy didn’t leave Jamaica on a good note last year. Visiting the island along with cinematographer/artist Thomas […]

MEET THE NEW BOSS

posted by / News / March 23, 2004

Ocean City, MD. 1:45 a.m. EST. Eastern Surfing Association Executive Director Kathy Phillips wakes to the sound of her cell […]

BREAKING NEWS

posted by / News / March 22, 2004

Watch out ASP newbies – two of surfing’s most stalwart and feared competitors are on the mend. Shane Beschen and […]

THE 2004 XXL SHOWDOWN

posted by / News / March 22, 2004

IRVINE, CA — (March 19, 2004) — With less than two weeks remaining in the 2003/04 Billabong XXL Global Big […]

YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN HERE LAST WEEK

posted by / News / March 18, 2004

“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant. If we did not sometimes taste of adversity, […]

KEEP OUT

posted by / News / March 16, 2004

If you’ve been dreaming of driving into the Ranch, paying a few bucks to a friendly park ranger, setting up […]

DEEP TROUBLE

posted by / News / March 15, 2004

“When I was sitting in the cells I looked around and thought, fuck…I’ve had a hard life but my spirit’s […]

THE 2004 QUIKSILVER PRO: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / March 11, 2004

SURF: Overhead, light offshore and pounceable to crumbly, inconsistent and pounceableEVENTS HELD: Round Four ’til the glorious endNATURE’S CALL: This […]

THE 2004 ROXY/QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY 11

posted by / News / March 10, 2004

SURF: Chest high, bloated and sluggish with the occasional racetrackEVENTS HELD: Women’s to the Final, the rest of Men’s Round […]

SOUTHERN ROCK STAR

posted by / News / March 9, 2004

The young Californians are better surfers than their East Coast counterparts. They have to be, right? They have more covershots […]

THE 2004 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY EIGHT

posted by / News / March 8, 2004

SURF: Chest high and softEVENTS HELD: NoneNATURE’S CALL: Sand is gold here, so give me somePREDICTED: Going mobile?It’s gone! That’s […]