Catching Up With Nathaniel Curran

posted by / News / October 14, 2008

Nathaniel Curran has strung together one of the most consistent seasons on the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying

The Wild Bunch

posted by / News / October 13, 2008

Splashing in the pool amidst a fierce game of sharks and minnow, up-and-coming US surfer Jason Harris suddenly proposes a

2008 Oakley Pro Junior Global Challenge Championships Day 1

posted by / News / October 9, 2008

After two lay days, the $75,000 Oakley Pro Junior Global Challenge Championships kicked off with the official “blessing of the

On A Rail: Part 1

posted by / News / October 8, 2008

There are six of us crammed into one train car. Our cabin looks as if we went off the rails

Surfing Con Man Strikes Again

posted by / News / October 7, 2008

Just over a year ago, we published a story about a con man calling around and impersonating various pros. He’d

WQS Update With Al Hunt

posted by / News / October 6, 2008

Unless you have been in a coma the past week, then you already know that Kelly has won his historic

CJ Hobgood Wins The 2008 Billabong Pro Mundaka

posted by / News / October 4, 2008

Former ASP World Surfing Champion C.J. Hobgood (USA) defeated Joel Parkinson (Gold Coast, AUS) in three-foot (one metre) barrelling waves

Kelly Slater Wins The 2008 ASP Mens World Title

posted by / News / October 2, 2008

K9, Nine lives, Revolution #9, call it what you want, Kelly Slater is a 9-time ASP world champion. He stayed

2008 Billabong Pro Mundaka Day 2

posted by / News / October 2, 2008

His name is Txaber Trojaola. That’s pronounced CHA-bear Tro-how-la. I learned that today from beach commentator Nuno Jonet who knows

Switchfoot Of The Century

posted by / News / October 2, 2008

Think Kelly’s nine-shot’s the biggest news in surfing? Well think again. As Mr Slater wakes up to yet another record

Nick Knows

posted by / News / October 1, 2008

Rupp: dropping into his fourth ESA Easterns title. When 2008 ESA Junior Men’s Nick Rupp says he got lucky in

2008 Billabong Pro Mundaka: Day 1

posted by / News / October 1, 2008

“It seems like there is a lack of motivation from everyone on tour, people are going home, they’re over it

Peter Troy: 1940 – 2008

posted by / News / September 30, 2008

Peter Troy, who has died unexpectedly on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, was one of a vanishing breed of surfer; one who

Saving Junaidi

posted by / News / September 30, 2008

I can clearly remember the first time I met Junaidi; it was April 2007. He was a cheeky little unit,

In The Name Of Don-O

posted by / News / September 30, 2008

Dane Reynolds pays his respects. In December of 1995, respected California pro Donnie Solomon caught the best wave of his

A Bugs Eye View

posted by / News / September 30, 2008

Sign up for the exclusive ASP newsletter HERE With the Billabong Pro Mundaka looking to kick off at Sopelana, it

One Track Mind Premieres in Cardiff

posted by / News / September 29, 2008

It’s Saturday night, and I’m not quite old enough to drink. The best of my generation are at house parties,

A Book For Every Barrel

posted by / News / September 26, 2008

A BOOK FOR EVERY BARRELYou scored surf from Ike; now help Texas school kids score an education It’s been nearly

Crocodile Attack

posted by / News / September 25, 2008

So you’re in Costa Rica, surfing the renowned Playa Hermosa. The water’s warm, the waves are fun and the sun’s

Adrian Buchan Wins The 2008 Quiksilver Pro France

posted by / News / September 24, 2008

The script couldn’t have been set up any better. Kelly Slater, in the midst of the most idyllic and storybook