THE PERFECT MATCH?

posted by / News / February 18, 2003

Valentine’s Day was a perfect day for a romantic stroll along Oceanside Pier. Sunshine had finally brushed the winter’s biggest […]

ICE, WATER AND STEAM

posted by / News / February 12, 2003

Since its inception in 1991, the H2O Winter Classic has seen it all in terms of weather and athletes: wind, […]

THE FILM THAT BINDS

posted by / News / February 12, 2003

Just how hungry are we for a surf movie that speaks a common language? Well, if last Saturday’s turnout at […]

MOTOR MOUTH

posted by / News / February 7, 2003

Santa Cruz big-wave legend Peter Mel has always let his surfing do the talking. During his long, decorated career, the […]

BLOWING UP

posted by / News / February 4, 2003

Summer is just a few months away, and you know what that means. The valley unloads onto city beaches, parking […]

BAY OF DISMAY

posted by / News / January 31, 2003

Hossegor shouldn’t be this glassy — “oily smooth” is just a figure of speech. But since the first pellets of […]

THE ROARING 40s

posted by / News / January 29, 2003

In late January, the annual “Old Boys” reunion, better known as the ASP Quiksilver Masters, came to Hawaii — the […]

SEEING SILVER

posted by / News / January 28, 2003

“A flotilla of turds.”“An earthquake?”“A big set of fake boobs!” Pity the poor people in California’s state capital. For the […]

CHILD’S PLAY

posted by / News / January 28, 2003

After nearly three months of non-stop winter swell, you’re probably wondering: who’s the king of the mountain? Well, wonder no […]

FUNERAL FIESTA

posted by / News / January 21, 2003

Americans are big on foreign victory these days, especially in hot sandy climes over murderous enemies. So when word leaked […]

FLASHBACK

posted by / News / January 15, 2003

Day 1 of the Xbox/Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters Surf: Six to 10 feet, side/offshoreEvents Held:TrialsNature’s Call: I’m all at sea! […]

HEAVY GOING

posted by / News / January 15, 2003

Day 2 of the Xbox/Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters Surf: Six to 12 feet plus, rising, variable winds to trades Events […]

FILTHY BARRELS

posted by / News / January 15, 2003

Day 3 of the Xbox/Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters Surf: Six to eight feet, occasionally bigger, clean trades Events Held: Remaining […]

“THIS IS JUST THE ICING ON THE CAKE”

posted by / News / January 15, 2003

Day 4 of the Xbox/Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters Surf: Four to six feet N and NW, occasionally bigger, mostly clean […]

HAPPY NEW YEAR

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

What would you do if you lived on a small tropical island and the biggest storm in history was about […]

JARDIM DO MAR SAVED

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

Last year, frequent Madeira visitor and Save the Waves Coalition director Will Henry helped convince local officials to save Ponto […]

HEARST CORPORATION GOES GREEN?

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

The media conglomerate (and longtime foe to local environmentalists) is on the verge of selling development rights to their 18-plus […]

FLAME: SHAKEN BUT STILL GOING STRONG

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

On New Year’s Eve, after a month of feeling out of whack, Surfing’s esteemed photo editor, Larry “Flame” Moore, checked […]

SHATTERED

posted by / News / January 14, 2003

Brazil’s ballsy big-wave beast Carlos Burle broke his hipbone in early January while training for the upcoming 2003 Tow-In World […]

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