Taj Burrow wins the 2009 Billabong Pipeline Masters

posted by / News / December 15, 2009

AUSTRALIA DAY AT PIPE ….insane quantities of money handed out at Billabong Pipeline Masters as Aussies scoop the pool Surf: […]

Heartbreak at Pipeline

posted by / News / December 11, 2009

Sunny Garcia misses heat on Day 1 By Stuart Cornuelle Jobs not to be 10 minutes late for: Astronaut Midwife […]

The Fanning Zen

posted by / News / December 11, 2009

By Nick Carroll Here’s a weird and oblique truth about the looming Mick Fanning/Joel Parkinson world championship showdown: It won’t […]

Waimea Warm-Up

posted by / News / December 11, 2009

The crowds, the drop, the attitude.  The lead-up to the Eddie. WAIMEA WARMUP from asurfersparadise on Vimeo.

Maybe Dusty

posted by / News / December 11, 2009

Maybe it’s because we like Maui. Maybe we can’t get enough of guys who rip and seem like they aren’t […]

It’s Always Sunny in Minnesota

posted by / News / December 10, 2009

Brett Favre is a boss. He’s having the season of his life this year with the Minnesota Vikings — at […]

Parko Approved

posted by / News / December 10, 2009

Kustom Airstrike returns with new friends Contest judges cop a lot of heat for being disconnected from progressive surfing. “They […]

Dane’s Denim Shirts

posted by / News / December 9, 2009

The latest thing — get you some Lately, SURFING’s been accused of being “gay for Dane Reynolds.” We’re confused — […]

“One of the best hours of surfing of my life.”

posted by / News / December 8, 2009

Today’s amazing Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau engraved itself in thousands, maybe millions of memories, but none more deeply […]

Hypothetically Speaking…

posted by / News / December 8, 2009

SURFING looks into the crystal ball post-Pipeline The tight title race between Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson is God’s gift […]

Jimmicane reports from the North Shore | Dec. 8th, 2009

posted by / News / December 8, 2009

Photos & Words: Jimmicane The last few days have been good ones. I’ll just start with Friday. Waves were junky […]

Jaws-Normous

posted by / News / December 7, 2009

Ian Walsh and friends find some fun 50-foot peaks in Maui This morning was an active one. But the first […]

Jimmicane reports from the North Shore

posted by / News / December 7, 2009

Life is good at the Matix/DVS house. Hell, everything is good when  Pipe is in your backyard, even if it […]

There’s an App for That?

posted by / News / December 3, 2009

Vans Triple Crown gets in your pants The Vans Triple Crown is big. The money is big ($1 million), the […]

BlogING From the North Shore

posted by / News / December 3, 2009

Because it’s not all on the webcast, Surfline and Dane’s Blog. By Travis Ferré By now we all know BLOG […]

Third Times The Charm. Again

posted by / News / November 28, 2009

By Matt Skenazy Stephanie Gilmore wins third world title Stephanie Gilmore wrapped up her third World Title and 17 year-old […]

Half And Half

posted by / News / November 28, 2009

Men and Women split the day at 6-10 foot Sunset By Matt Skenazy Dane Gudauskas pumped down the line, did […]

Small Boards and (Relatively) Small Waves

posted by / News / November 28, 2009

O’Neill World Cup kicks off the first eight heats of the Men’s round of 128 After three days of waiting, […]

When It’s Big It’s Big

posted by / News / November 27, 2009

O’Neill World Cup of Surfing on hold due to large surf By Matt Skenazy Hawaii is confusing. The day before […]

Are You Addicted To Surfing?

posted by / News / November 26, 2009

The concerned staff at SURFING magazine developed the following quiz to help you determine if you are, in fact, suffering […]