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

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY SIX

posted by / News / March 6, 2004

SURF: 6 feet plus and chunkyEVENTS HELD: Men’s and Womens Expression Sessions plus a charity “Footy” matchNATURE’S CALL: OK, let’s

CODE SAE

posted by / News / March 5, 2004

Flashing lights. A parade of limousines. Red carpet. Had the Oscars died and gone to Coolangatta? For local surf fans,

THE 2004 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / March 4, 2004

SURF: 4 to 6 feet, wet, wild and washy EVENTS HELD: Men’s Round Three (Postponed after Heat 9) NATURE’S CALL:

THE 2004 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY THREE

posted by / News / March 4, 2004

SURF: 3 to 5 feet and hypnotizing EVENTS HELD: Men’s Round Two NATURE’S CALL: Bigger, better, windier PREDICTED:130 km winds

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY ONE

posted by / News / March 2, 2004

Tuesday, March 2, 2004 (Snapper Rocks, Gold Coast, Australia) The Quiksilver Pro presented by Boost Mobile got underway today, kicking

GOING LUNAR

posted by / News / February 29, 2004

Sharks. Crowds. Kidney stones. 55-year-old Dale Webster has faced them all in his attempt to surf more consecutive days than

FLEA PEAT

posted by / News / February 28, 2004

It was bumpy, windy and well below the 20-foot mark, but Darryl “Flea” Virostko once again proved he’s the Master

TROY BROOKS TO REPLACE INJURED SUNNY GARCIA AT SNAPPER

posted by / News / February 26, 2004

Snapper Rocks, Gold Coast (Thursday, February 26th, 2004) 2000 ASP World Champion Sunny Garcia has been forced to withdraw from

SURFING AMERICA FORMALLY APPLIES TO ISA FOR NATIONAL GOVERNING STATUS

posted by / News / February 25, 2004

Huntington Beach, CA — February 27, 2004 – In a truly historic development in United States competitive surfing, the nation’s

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

posted by / News / February 24, 2004

February’s been a tough month for the surf world. Here are three tributes to the few legends who’ve left us

WORKING IT

posted by / News / February 23, 2004

“Mikey [Bruneau] and I agreed this morning that we got some of the best Pipe waves of our lives in

DUBYA DON’T SURF

posted by / News / February 19, 2004

“George W. Bush is well on his way to compiling the worst environmental record in the history of our nation.”

SURFERS HEALING

posted by / News / February 17, 2004

Riding the groundswell of success, Surfers Healing takes off to reach as many kids as possible. “We want to take

PERFECT PB

posted by / News / February 13, 2004

All 8 Amateur divisions competed only on Saturday in solid 6 foot storm surf. The early morning started out really

THE WATERBRAH

posted by / News / February 12, 2004

The obnoxious faces. The stupid jokes. The goofy songs. Everybody’s got a surf buddy who thinks he’s the funniest thing

THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS

posted by / News / February 11, 2004

In Hollywood speak, Stacy Peralta and Laird Hamilton have officially “arrived.” Peralta’s paean to big wave surfing Riding Giants was

GIVE US A BREAK!

posted by / News / February 11, 2004

It’s an election year, and that means the primaries are on everyone’s mind, to some extent. Candidates are traveling about,

THE SPIRIT OF SOLOMON

posted by / News / February 10, 2004

Perfect weather but minimal surf graced the 8th Annual Donnie Solomon Memorial event this past weekend, held at C-Street in