SAN CLEMENTE’S GREG LONG WINS THE RED BULL BIG WAVE AFRICA

posted by / News / June 25, 2003

The Red Bull Big Wave Africa is more of a concept than a contest. It’s only gone twice since its

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY THREE

posted by / News / June 24, 2003

SURF: A strong, head-high-plus south swell at Lower Trestles, cleaning up and on the riseEVENTS HELD: {{{Explorer}}} Juniors Rounds One

MEL-ROUNDED

posted by / News / June 23, 2003

Whether you’re full-on kooking it or flat-out ripping, there is no group more honest about the quality of your surfing

THE 2003 ASP/WCT NIIJIMA QUIKSILVER PRO DAY FIVE

posted by / News / June 23, 2003

Reigning world champion AndyIrons (Kauai, Haw) today won the Niijima Quiksilver Pro and extended hisalready commanding ratings lead. The US$250,000

THE 2003 ASP/WCT NIIJIMA QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / June 22, 2003

Sunday June 22, 2003 (Niijima Island, Japan) Semifinalists were today decided in the Niijima Quiksilver Pro. The US$250,000 World Championship

2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY 2

posted by / News / June 22, 2003

O’NEILL-NSSA O-SMAS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Surf: Inconsistent 2-4 foot peaks Events held: Finals Nature’s call: Stick ‘em!! Heat of the Day:

THE 2003 ASP/WCT NIIJIMA QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY THREE

posted by / News / June 21, 2003

Reigning world champion Andy Irons (Kauai, Haw) today survived a tie-breaking decision over Japanese wildcard Masatoshi Ohno in the Niijima

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY ONE

posted by / News / June 21, 2003

O’NEILL-NSSA OSMAS CHAMPIONSHIPS Surf: Tricky 2-4 foot building swell at Salt CreekEvents held:QuarterfinalsNature’s call: Stay off the point and look

THE 2003 ASP/WCT NIIJIMA QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY TWO

posted by / News / June 20, 2003

The Niijima Quiksilver Pro resumed this afternoon with remaining round two heats completed. Organizers initially placed the US$250,000 World Championship

THE 2003 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER NIIJIMA PRO: DAY ONE

posted by / News / June 19, 2003

Japanese wildcard Masatoshi Ohno today created an upset as the Niijima Quiksilver Pro got underway. The US$250,000 World Championship Tournament

PRESSURE DROPPED

posted by / News / June 16, 2003

“We used to think surfers were…disobedient.” The Maldives Minister of Tourism was sweating and diplomatically trying to explain that the

LOSING FACE

posted by / News / June 10, 2003

Kathy Phillips has seen it coming for a long time. In her ten-plus years directing the Eastern Surfing Association (ESA),

ENCYCLOPEDIA BLUE

posted by / News / June 9, 2003

From Mav’s to moves to Buttons’ afro, when it comes to surfing, bigger is always better. If that’s the case,

Op Honor Roll – Dane Reynolds

posted by / News / June 9, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Dane Reynolds, 17, Ventura, California This Month’s Grades: First in the PSTA’s {{{Subaru Baja}}} U.S. Surfing

Op Honor Roll – Eric Geiselman

posted by / News / June 9, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Eric Geiselman, 14, New Smyrna, FL This Month’s Grades: Boys Champ, 35th Annual ESA Eastern Surfing

Op Honor Roll – Eric Taylor

posted by / News / June 9, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Eric Taylor, 18, Vero Beach, FL This Month’s Grades: Junior Pro Champ, 40th Annual East Coast

Op Honor Roll – Shane Upchurch

posted by / News / June 9, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Shane Upchurch, 17, Oak Island, North Carolina This Month’s Grades: Junior Men’s champ, 2002 United States

Op Honor Roll – Jeremy Johnston

posted by / News / June 9, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Jeremy Johnston, 16, New Smyrna Beach, FL This Month’s Grades: 2002 NSSA National Open Juniors champion;

JASON BOGLE NEEDS YOUR HELP

posted by / News / June 3, 2003

Hawaiian pro Jason Bogle has proven his bravery all over the world, mastering the biggest barrels at the most renowned

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI DAY TEN

posted by / News / June 2, 2003

SURF: Six-to-eight feet and offshoreEVENTS HELD: Quarters, Semis, and FinalNATURE’S CALL: Good call, RodFORECAST: Break out the grovelers for JapanReigning