2003 GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO OCEANSIDE: DAY THREE

posted by / News / July 20, 2003

LIKE WINEAGED WINNERS GERLACH AND MACHADO PROVE BEST IN SHOW FOR DAY THREE OF THE GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO Looking down on

2003 ASP/WCT BILLABONG PRO, JEFFREYS BAY: DAY THREE

posted by / News / July 19, 2003

SURF: 4 feet and good. EVENTS HELD: Round Two, heats 6-14. NATURES CALL: Wild out to sea. Big plodding elephants

BLAST OFF

posted by / News / July 18, 2003

16-YEAR-OLD HAWAIIAN OLA ELEOGRAM LAUNCHES THE LEVEL FOR DAY TWO: THE GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO Being behind in a heat isn’t always

2003 GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO OCEANSIDE: DAY ONE

posted by / News / July 17, 2003

STEPPING STONE: Thin man Machado shakes the rookies at stop three of the Fosters Pro Tour “A stepping stone.” That’s

2003 ASP/WCT BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY TWO

posted by / News / July 16, 2003

SURF: 4ft. EVENTS HELD: Round one completed, and heats 1-5 of round two. NATURES CALL: If you’d asked me for

THE 2003 ASP/WCT BILLABONG PRO AT JEFFREYS BAY: DAY ONE

posted by / News / July 15, 2003

SURF: 4ft, glassy. No lefts. Unseasonably sunny winter weather. EVENTS HELD: Two heats of the VZ trials, and heats 1-11

Op Honor Roll – Brett Simpson

posted by / News / July 14, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Brett Simpson Recent Grades: First Place Open Men’s, NSSA Southwest Conference No. 10 event Remarks: It’s

CLEARING THE AIRWAVES

posted by / News / July 7, 2003

Reality Show. Is there a bigger oxymoron on the planet? Anybody who has watched just one of these cut-and-paste trainwrecks

AMERICAN DREAMS

posted by / News / July 7, 2003

SURF: A typical 2-3 foot, dumpy summer swell in Oceanside: fast, bowly sections mixed with some closeouts. Great conditions for

DO YOU HEAR SOMETHING?

posted by / News / July 1, 2003

It’s 3 a.m. and you can detect the beginning pulse of an early winter swell rumbling in the darkness outside.

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY EIGHT

posted by / News / June 29, 2003

Here are the full results from yet another groundbreaking week at the NSSA Nationals at Lowers. Be sure to check

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY SEVEN

posted by / News / June 28, 2003

SURF: Waist to head high southwest pulses, deadly lulls but enough to work with . The losers still can’t blame

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY SIX

posted by / News / June 27, 2003

Surf: 2- to 3-feet, fair conditions and dropping Rounds Held: Open Juniors Rounds One and Two; Open Men, Round Two,

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY FIVE

posted by / News / June 26, 2003

SURF: Waist to head with occasional overhead sets — darn near perfect contestable Lowers. The long, sectiony rights were the

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / June 25, 2003

Surf: 3- to 6-foot and good, with long rights and steeper, shorter lefts. Events Held: {{{Explorer}}} Menehune Quarters; Explorer Men

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