Girls Of The ASP

posted by / News / June 3, 2009

The women of pro surfing get something of a raw deal. When it comes to performance, they’re graded asexually: “Whatever, […]

Lavese Las Manos

posted by / News / June 2, 2009

The video will be available in July, check for more details.

Surf Tips With Peggy Hall

posted by / News / June 2, 2009

“Will Surf for Food” Okay, I’ll admit it: in the old days, I didn’t care what I was eating, as […]

Brace Yourselves

posted by / News / June 1, 2009

{{{Sterling}}} Spencer; Florida panhandle Disclaimer: The snarky sub-head is in no way meant to diminish the danger of tropical systems. […]

Chippa Who?

posted by / News / June 1, 2009

Chippa Wilson Feb – Apr ’09 from Nick Brooks on Vimeo. Chippa Wilson. You might want to get used to […]

Goods Stuff

posted by / News / May 28, 2009

Alejo Muniz wins the 2009 Oakley Pro Junior Brazil

posted by / News / May 27, 2009

Alejo Muniz was today crowned Oakley Pro Junior Brazil champion in front of a mass of screaming fans at Itajai, […]

The Yakutat Expedition: Part 2

posted by / News / May 26, 2009

Joe Curren carving ice sculptures through Yakutat. Coastal Code: Conservation Work After playing in Juneau for a few days, we […]

The Yakutat Expedition: Part 1

posted by / News / May 22, 2009

Chris Del Moro breaks the ice in Alaska. PART 1: AN ALASKAN WELCOME. The quest for new surfing experiences can […]

Surf Tips With Peggy Hall

posted by / News / May 22, 2009

Q: What should I eat before going surfing? A: Great question! What we eat directly affects our performance in the […]

How The West Was Won

posted by / News / May 20, 2009

Conner Coffin is a busy guy. Just check his Facebook status: “I’m pretty overwhelmed right now…” it says. After landing […]

Bobby Martinez Wins The 2009 Billabong Pro Tahiti

posted by / News / May 20, 2009

The Game Needed ThisBobby Martinez wins the Billabong Pro Teahupo’o while Kelly and Parko fall earlyBy Jed Smith Conditions: 3 […]

2009 Billabong Pro Tahiti: Day 3

posted by / News / May 19, 2009

Jordy Smith Conditions: 3 to 5 feet, junky lottery. Events Held: Day three of the Billabong Pro Tahiti Nature’s Call: […]

Boat Driving 101

posted by / News / May 17, 2009

Threats: 2009 NSSA West Coast Championships

posted by / News / May 16, 2009

Christian Saenz Placing bets on Nationals this year? Then pay attention to the 2009 NSSA West Coast Championships. Kids like […]

Boats And Boards

posted by / News / May 13, 2009

Two Tickets To Paradise (Sort Of)

posted by / News / May 11, 2009

Tell us all about your favorite wave; win two tix to Save the Waves’ “Life is A Wave” benefit event […]

Adam Melling Wins The 2009 O’Neill CWC Scotland

posted by / News / May 5, 2009

THURSO, Thurso East, Scotland (Tuesday, May 5, 2009) – Adam Melling (Queensland, AUS) clinched the ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS) […]

Saved By The Bell?

posted by / News / May 5, 2009

What’s scarier than taking lessons from third-world countries ? Taking lessons from syndicated TV. Right now, Ecuador’s indigenous Amazon tribes […]

We’ll Miss You Dick Baker: A Tribute

posted by / News / May 4, 2009

Dick Baker with sons Ryan and Jack Dick Baker was the right man at the right time: for the many […]