THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O: DAY FIVE

posted by / News / May 9, 2003

Surf: 6-foot, southwesterly spinnersEvents held: Men’s round oneNature’s call: Give thanksPredicted: Bigger!“I can’t believe it,” said Kieren Perrow, clearly disgruntled.“What […]

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / May 8, 2003

Surf: 5 feet and rising, due west with light tradesEvents held: Women’s Round One through quartersNature’s call: Pride comes before […]

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O: DAY THREE

posted by / News / May 7, 2003

Surf: Brilliant, sparkling flatnessEvents held: Local grommet soul sessionNature’s call: I’m comin’, I’m comin’Predicted: It can only go up from […]

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O: DAY TWO

posted by / News / May 7, 2003

Surf: 1-foot and lightly blown-outEvents held: Competitions opening ceremony, contest on holdNature’s call: Blessed are the meek . . .Predicted: […]

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O: DAY ONE

posted by / News / May 6, 2003

Surf: “Average” 3- to 4-foot, perfect, sheet glass Teahupo’o barrelsEvents held: NoneNature’s call: Hallelujah!Predicted: Excited to see Thursday — word […]

PAPER CHAINS

posted by / News / May 5, 2003

“Fliers. That’ll show ‘em.”Localism, already on the ropes after a series of legal body blows, was dealt another left hook […]

PERUVIAN LINES

posted by / News / April 30, 2003

If Darren Ledinngham were at home in his beloved North County San Diego, his smile would’ve stretched from like Cardiff […]

FATHER FIGURE

posted by / News / April 27, 2003

“The reason I got that score was for that first move,” said a still dripping wet Shane Beschen.Twenty minutes prior […]

THE RIP CURL PRO: ANDY IRONS KEEPS HIS BELL

posted by / News / April 25, 2003

Surf: Three to five feet, light winds Events Held: Semis and final Nature’s Call: OK, you’re all really hotPredicted: Crazy […]

RECKLESS DRIVING

posted by / News / April 24, 2003

Surf: Four to six feet, onshore/sideshore winds Events Held: Remaining Round Four, quarterfinals Nature’s Call: Let’s see how hot you […]

THE 2003 ASP/WCT RIP CURL PRO: ROUND THREE–JOHANNA TURNS ON

posted by / News / April 23, 2003

Surf: Four to six feet, light winds Events Held: Remaining Round Three, two heats Round FourNature’s Call: Maybe I’ll let […]

BRIAN TOTH HAT-TRICKS THE NSSA EAST COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS

posted by / News / April 22, 2003

(PRESS RELEASE) It’s a springtime Caribbean celebration as Puerto Rico’s Brian Toth takes a page out of the NSSA record […]

RIP CURL PRO ROUND THREE: THE FLATNESS CONTINUES

posted by / News / April 21, 2003

Surf: Two to three feet again, light onshoresEvents Held: Five heats of Round ThreeNature’s Call: This really ain’t the good […]

THE RIP CURL PRO: ROUND TWO

posted by / News / April 20, 2003

Surf: Two to three feet, slow, light onshoresEvents Held: Rounds one and two Nature’s Call: This ain’t the good ol’ […]

MAKUA ROTHMAN WINS THE BILLABONG XXL BIGGEST WAVE AWARD!

posted by / News / April 18, 2003

(ANAHEIM, CA) “I thought my wave was the biggest. I don’t give a shit.”Size may not matter for 18-year-old Makua […]

POOL OF DREAMS

posted by / News / April 17, 2003

Before each of us started surfing, the mall was a cool place to hang out. Playing video games, sneaking into […]

TAKE A BOW

posted by / News / April 16, 2003

Hello, and welcome once again to all you surf competition nuts. This time we’re taking you to the newly booming […]

THE NEW WAVE

posted by / News / April 15, 2003

Tucked away inside a secret warehouse near Galveston, TX, a team of surfers, engineers and inventors is fine-tuning a wave […]

TURNING JAPANESE

posted by / News / April 15, 2003

After a four-year hiatus, Japan is returning as the one of the more surreal stops on the ASP/WCT dream tour. […]

KUMBA-YEA!

posted by / News / April 7, 2003

The singalongs, the crafts, the red-faced excuses over a scandalously located splotch of poison ivy — something about camp just […]

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