LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON, LIKE GRANDSON

posted by / News / January 21, 2004

Filmmaking is in the blood.Or at least it appears that way with Wes Brown and TJ Barrack’s upcoming release, Islands

DOUBLE THE SWELL, DOUBLE THE CLASSIC

posted by / News / January 21, 2004

The waiting period paid off for the 21st annual Surf N Wear Rincon Classic, originally slated for the year’s first

CARNIVAL CRUISE

posted by / News / January 16, 2004

Big-wave legend and Billabong {{{Odyssey}}} surfer Mike Parsons didn’t see this one coming in his worst nightmare. This past Monday

TOUGH BREAK

posted by / News / January 16, 2004

Shea Lopez had already re-qualified for the World Championship Tour, a huge feat in itself. Now he was in the

OLD SCHOOL

posted by / News / January 15, 2004

The single, don’t-miss event of this year’s surf expo wasn’t the Social D. or Vanilla Ice Saturday night shows. It

THE LOST BOMB

posted by / News / January 14, 2004

Sitting in his Santa Monica screening room, Stacy Peralta was so close he could taste it. The acclaimed director of

DEJA VU

posted by / News / January 14, 2004

Anyone who missed the 36th annual ESA Easterns last year at Buxton, got a chance to relive the experience at

QUIKSILVER STALWART RETIRES

posted by / News / January 6, 2004

After a long career with Quiksilver, Norm Innis, the general manager of Quiksilver International, is retiring from the surf industry.

O4′ BILLABONG JR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

posted by / News / January 6, 2004

Sunday January 4, 2004 (North Narrabeen, Sydney, Aus) Brazilian Adriano De Souza today became the youngest surfer to ever clinch

NORTH SHORE WEEK IN REVIEW: 12/14-12/21

posted by / News / December 22, 2003

The contest stopped. The week began. Small surf became big surf (well, big by most mainland standards; solid by that

INTERVIEW WITH THE CHAMP

posted by / News / December 21, 2003

(Interviewer’s notes: You wouldn’t believe the amount of crap a pro surfer goes through after something happens like what happened

THE 2003 XBOX GERRY LOPEZ PIPELINE MASTERS: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / December 19, 2003

Surf: Six feet, mainly rights, clean with windy periods Events Held: Event to finalNature’s Call: Well, I did what I

SMYRNA ON THE ROCKS

posted by / News / December 18, 2003

Only you can prevent the destruction of New Smyrna Beach. Once again the Army Corps of Engineers has set its

INTERVIEW WITH SIX-TIME WORLD CHAMPION LAYNE BEACHLEY

posted by / News / December 17, 2003

It was one hell of a year for five-time — make that six-time — women’s world champion Layne “the Beast”

NORTH SHORE WEEK IN REVIEW

posted by / News / December 15, 2003

It was a week like a gathering storm, marked by an electric calm, bent to its snapping point, and teetering

THE 2003 XBOX GERRY LOPEZ PIPELINE MASTERS: DAY TWO

posted by / News / December 13, 2003

Surf: Six feet, clean with windy periods, degenerating to slop laterEvents Held: Remaining Round One, Round Two Nature’s Call: You’re

THE 2003 XBOX GERRY LOPEZ PIPELINE MASTERS: DAY ONE

posted by / News / December 12, 2003

Surf: Six to 10 feet, clean with windy periods Events Held: Trials, seven heats of Round One Nature’s Call: Yes,

BEACHLEY OFF TO PERFECT START

posted by / News / December 12, 2003

Thursday, Dec. 11 produced perfect 4-5 ft. waves at Honolua Bay, Maui offering up high scoring rides at this year’s

Op Honor Roll – Bruce Irons

posted by / News / December 10, 2003

THIS MONTH’S ACE: Bruce Irons RECENT RESULTS: Third place, Billabong Tahara Pro (6-Star WQS), Tahara, Japan REMARKS: We all knew

THROTTLED

posted by / News / December 10, 2003

This past Saturday, one of the “ugliest” tow-in/paddle-in confrontations to date occurred at Todos Santos Island, nine miles off Ensenada.