Blog Wars

posted by / News / April 6, 2009

Damo squeezes in a few turns between blog posts Blogs are lame. It’s like leaving your diary out for everyone

What We’re Fighting For

posted by / News / April 6, 2009

How many t-shirts you got? 10? 50? {{{100}}}? Even if you had a 1000, it wouldn’t be enough to scrawl

Aussie Don’t Give Up

posted by / News / April 5, 2009

Conditions: 3-4 foot and rippableEvents Held: FinalsNature’s Call: Best waves ever at an ISA juniors eventPredictions: Big things for all

Margaret River Madness

posted by / News / April 5, 2009

Conditions: 2 to 4 to 6 to 8 foot open ocean peaks.Nature’s Call: Watch me sort the men from the

Hot In Here

posted by / News / April 3, 2009

Kolohe Andino Conditions: 3-4 foot Events Held: Mostly repechage todayNature’s Call: Smaller tomorrow but could be good on SundayPredictions: Anyone’s

Bikes And Cameras Rolling

posted by / News / April 3, 2009

The Lovers’ Land trip blends surfing with the riding of motorcycles, which isn’t quite the springsuit-and-gloves combination it may seem.

Invasion of The Session Snatchers

posted by / News / April 3, 2009

If you were a Domino’s delivery boy, and you knew the pizza was going to be free if you didn’t

Calling All Douchebags

posted by / News / April 2, 2009

Rich? Selfish? Feel like you own the beach? Good. We need your help. I like the word ‘douchebag.’ In a

Big Waves and Drama at the 2009 Quiksilver ISA World Juniors

posted by / News / April 1, 2009

Conditions: 6-8 footEvents Held: Too many different divisions and rounds to countNature’s Call: Smaller tomorrow but solid again for the

2009 Quiksilver ISA World Juniors: Day 2

posted by / News / March 31, 2009

Conditions: 4-5 leftsEvents Held: Boy’s 18 Under Rounds 1 and 2Nature’s Call: Getting bigger Predictions: More thigh burners La FAE

Ry Craike Find the Volt Electric Visual Contest

posted by / News / March 30, 2009

Enter for your chance to WIN 5 pairs of Electric Sunglasses NOW.

Tales From Lovers’ Land

posted by / News / March 30, 2009

As your eyes translate these little symbols into a coherent thought, three different sets of eyes are hiding behind dark

Mike Losness Wins Vans Pier Classic

posted by / News / March 30, 2009

Mike Losness (San Clemente, CA), 28, claimed the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) 2-Star {{{Vans}}} Pier

2009 Quiksilver ISA World Juniors: Day 1

posted by / News / March 30, 2009

Conditions: 3-4 foot onshore leftsEvents Held: Boy’s 18 Under Round 1, Boys Under 16 Round 1Nature’s Call: Fun the first

2009 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Event Preview

posted by / News / March 30, 2009

Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson; head to head In a nutshell… The Bells event is a loveable crank, something like

Surfing Pioneer Kim Bradley Passes Away

posted by / News / March 29, 2009

I only got one chance to officially meet him. An Australian magazine was doing a piece on him and needed

Jordy Smith Wins The 2009 O’Neill Cold Water Classic Tasmania

posted by / News / March 29, 2009

ASP World Tour campaigner Jordy Smith (ZAF) has taken out the ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS) 6-Star O’Neill Cold Water

Team USA Scouting Report

posted by / News / March 27, 2009

Under 16 surface to air missile Kolohe Andino Listening to USA Surf Team coach Joey Buran talk about his squad’s

SURFING Magazine & VZ Core Beard Challenge

posted by / News / March 26, 2009

Hey Grizzly Adams, guess what? It’s spring! Which means it’s time to shave that beard and at least try to

Kustom Air Strike Update

posted by / News / March 26, 2009

Pat Gudauskas As the final waiting period comes to a close, the Kustom Air Strike is seeing some amazing last