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

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER FIJI PRO DAY NINE

posted by / News / June 1, 2003

SURF: Four-to-six feet and plus, with varying windsEVENTS HELD: Round FourNATURE’S CALL: Ooh Andy, I love youFORECAST: More of the

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI: DAY EIGHT

posted by / News / June 1, 2003

SURF: Four-to-six feet and occasionally perfectEVENTS HELD:Round ThreeNATURE’S CALL: Go to town, boysFORECAST: Swell peaking, less wind, a tube jihadAndy

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER FIJI PRO: DAY SEVEN

posted by / News / May 31, 2003

SURF: Three-to-five feet with stiff side-offshoresEVENTS HELD: Round Two Heats 6-16NATURE’S CALL: I’ll huff, and I’ll puff…FORECAST: A tad more

Op Honor Roll – Cory Arrambide

posted by / News / May 30, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Cory Arrambide, 12, Ventura, Calif. This Month’s Grades: Set the record for the most wins in

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO DAY SIX

posted by / News / May 30, 2003

SURF: Depends on whom you talk toEVENTS HELD: NoneNATURE’S CALL:Your patience will be rewardedFORECAST: Eighty percent chance of surfHere’s a

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI: DAY FIVE

posted by / News / May 29, 2003

SURF: FlatEVENTS HELD: Several matches of tennisNATURE’S CALL: You didn’t think I was capable of this did you?PREDICTION: Standup barrels

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FIJI: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / May 28, 2003

SURF: One-to-two feet and offshoreEVENTS HELD: LunchNATURE’S CALL: Suffer, you heap of jaded touristsPREDICTION: Decent pulse for the weekendBruce Brown

SURFING GETS Xed

posted by / News / May 27, 2003

Tony Hawk’s {{{900}}}, Sven Boekhorst’s “Alley-Oop Pornstar,” Mat Hoffman’s no-handed 900. . .and Kelly Slater’s {{{Rodeo}}} Flip?Come this summer, they

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO: THE EARLY ROUNDS

posted by / News / May 26, 2003

Since our WCT correspondent is currently still in transit to Tavarua (long story), we thought we should update you on

THE BILLABONG PRO, TEAHUPO’O, DAY 11

posted by / News / May 16, 2003

Surf: A savory 6 to 8-feetEvents held: Men’s quarter’s through finalNature’s call: Who said the swell wouldn’t come?Predicted: Lots of

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO, TEAHUPO’O DAY 10

posted by / News / May 15, 2003

Surf: 4- to5-foot liquid drain-o Events held: Men’s round 4 Nature’s call: Don’t forget the Bactine. Predicted: Once again, 8-foot

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O DAY NINE

posted by / News / May 13, 2003

Surf: 4 feet and cleanEvents held: Men’s Round 3Nature’s call: Good, eh?Predicted: 8-foot (really)It was around 10:00 AM when six-time

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O DAY EIGHT

posted by / News / May 12, 2003

Surf: 5-foot and mushy (yeah right)Events held: NadaNature’s call: Take a chill pill, buddyPredicted: Rest up, boys–you’ll need itOK, so

SARS UPON THARS

posted by / News / May 12, 2003

“Do You Feel Lucky?” Summer travel to Indo, already a dicey proposition after the horrific Bali bombing in October and

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O: DAY SEVEN

posted by / News / May 12, 2003

Surf: 5 to 7 feet with a slight side windEvents held: Men’s Round 2Nature’s call: Take a seat, punkPredicted: Bigger

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO TEAHUPO’O:DAY SIX

posted by / News / May 11, 2003

Surf: 5-foot and thickEvents held: Women concludedNature’s call: You go, girlPredicted: Some more a’ that good stuffThirty seconds into today’s

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