S.E.R.F. Academy

posted by / News / February 17, 2009

This is so not what Spicoli envisioned. Twenty-seven years after surfers became the symbol for anti-education, Tarzana surfer Chris Faucher

Kolohe Andino Interview

posted by / News / February 17, 2009

It seems appropriate that “Hope” is one of the rallying cries for the new administration. Because in the surf world,

Owen Wright Interview

posted by / News / February 17, 2009

Perhaps you aren’t up-to-date on all the happenings in the 2009 Pro Junior series. Well, let me sum it up

Unstoppable: Owen Wright

posted by / News / February 15, 2009

The ASP Grade-3 Billabong Pro Junior Coffs Harbour was run and won today in epic conditions, as Owen Wright (Lennox

Shark Attack At Bondi Beach

posted by / News / February 13, 2009

Swimmers are being urged not to panic after the second Sydney shark attack in as many days at two of

African Strike Mission: Final Update

posted by / News / February 13, 2009

Johnny Craft So we came to a consensus. One more day of surf gluttony and we were out of there.

Oakley Pro Junior Global Challenge Return For Year Two

posted by / News / February 11, 2009

The 2009 Oakley Pro Junior Global Challenge kicked off with the first of six qualifiers last week at North Stradbroke

African Strike Mission: Update 2

posted by / News / February 11, 2009

This is the view that came with the room…free of charge It keeps getting better. Light winds and steady swell.

Jamie-El-Roll-O?

posted by / News / February 10, 2009

The king of switchfoot is looking to add yet another title to his laundry list of accomplishments at Pipeline when

African Strike Mission: Update 1

posted by / News / February 9, 2009

I haven’t decided if I want to tell you exactly where we are. I’ll say, though, that we’re chasing down

Owen Wright Wins The Oakley Pro Junior

posted by / News / February 7, 2009

AUSTRALIAN surfing ace Owen Wright (Lennox Head, NSW) will get a crack at the world’s premier pro junior specialty event

Oakley Pro Junior: Day 4

posted by / News / February 6, 2009

THE ASP grade 5 Oakley Pro Junior is only a day away from crowning a new champion, with quarterfinalists decided

Oakley Pro Junior: Day 3

posted by / News / February 5, 2009

The surfing action was hotter than ever at North Stradbroke Island today, with day three of the ASP grade 5

Surfing Blog: Will It Blend?

posted by / News / February 5, 2009

I remember when Andy Irons rode Arakawa boards under HIC (I remember when he had an undercut, too, the poor

Oakley Pro Junior: Day 2

posted by / News / February 4, 2009

THE Oakley Pro Junior continued to roll on at North Stradbroke Island today, with top seeds wetting their rails in

Halftime Report

posted by / News / February 4, 2009

If you could have any type of sponsor, what would it be? Sickest clothing? Space-age boards? The hottest rubber? Well,

Oakley Pro Junior Kicks Off In Classic Main Beach Peaks

posted by / News / February 4, 2009

AUSTRALIA’S richest domestic junior surfing event exploded to life at North Stradbroke Island today, with round one of the prestigious

Oakley Pro Junior Hits North Stradbroke

posted by / News / February 3, 2009

QUEENSLANDERS will get their second dose of professional surfing action in as many weeks, with the island wave haven of

Stephanie Gilmore Turns 21

posted by / News / February 3, 2009

Two-time ASP Women’s World Champion Stephanie Gilmore (Snapper Rocks, AUS) has put last Saturday nights 21st celebration behind her to

Surfing Blog: My Other Board Is A Prius

posted by / News / February 2, 2009

Full disclosure: I wasn’t at ASR. Condolences to anyone who was. The physical wounds heal quickly, sure – calloused hands