Month Of The Shaper: William “Stretch” Riedel

posted by / News / November 12, 2008

Editor’s Note: In conjunction with our annual Surfboards Issue (On newsstands Nov. 18), we will be posting one interview per

2008 Hawaii Blog Day 1

posted by / News / November 12, 2008

November 12, 2008: Landed in Hawaii yesterday. Remind me to never fly out of LAX again, by the way. As

ASP Announces 2009 Schedules

posted by / News / November 12, 2008

Recently, the ASP announced their 2009 tour schedules, and as usual, there are a few changes to the Men’s World

Full Circle With Ben Bourgeois

posted by / News / November 11, 2008

You couldn’t pick a more fitting trophy. Sure, that black Chevy {{{Blazer}}} may be 13 years old, but it’s also

60 Second With Pancho Sullivan

posted by / News / November 9, 2008

Pancho (pictured here at the 2008 Monster Energy Pipeline Pro – which he also won) After putting on a heavy-handed

Pancho Sullivan Wins The 2008 Xcel Pro

posted by / News / November 7, 2008

It started out a wash. Literally. A week ago the 2008 Xcel Pro kicked off in a vast pasture of

Stephanie Gilmore is Back On Track

posted by / News / November 5, 2008

Gilmore Wins Back-to-Back Titles in Peru to Regain ASP Ratings Lead PISCINA, Peru (Tuesday, November 4, 2008) – Stephanie Gilmore

Bede’s Blog

posted by / News / November 5, 2008

Now that’s what I call a great week! I mentioned in my last blog that it was a real slog

Still No Joke

posted by / News / November 4, 2008

Imagine yourself in this situation: You’re a skilled surfer on your first ever trip to the Mentawais when a free-fall

Bede Durbidge Wins The Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro

posted by / News / November 2, 2008

Bede Durbidge (AUS), 25, claimed his third ASP World Tour career win with a victory at the Hang Loose Santa

2008 Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro: Day 3

posted by / News / November 1, 2008

Taj Burrow (AUS) has made it abundantly clear that he made the trek to Brazil to win the Hang Loose

2008 Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro: Day 2

posted by / News / October 31, 2008

ASP World Tour surfer Heitor Alves (BRA) was one of five Brazilian surfers finding their way out of Round 2

Dean Morrison Escapes Death

posted by / News / October 31, 2008

So what does a pro surfer get up to when he has an enforced 3 month lay-up following a hip

60 Seconds With Gabe Kling

posted by / News / October 31, 2008

Gabe Kling has put in the hard yards on the WQS this year and earned hisspot back on the Dream

Joel Centeio: Local Threat

posted by / News / October 30, 2008

He’s been a North Shore fixture since he was a true grom, running around and cutting his teeth with the

2008 Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro: Day 1

posted by / News / October 28, 2008

With a scoreline boasting the day’s highest heat total and single wave score (a 17.17 and 9.50 respectively) ASP World

ASP Dream Tour Shake Up

posted by / News / October 27, 2008

Following one of the most historic board meetings to date, the ASP has introduced the option for a new competition

Nat Young Wins The 2008 O’Neill Cold Water Classic

posted by / News / October 26, 2008

I couldn’t make this up if I wanted to. It’s a storybook ending, with local boy Nat Young bringing home

2008 O’Neill Cold Water Classic Day 5

posted by / News / October 26, 2008

The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) 4-Star O’Neill Cold Water Classic completed Round 5 today in

2008 O’Neill Cold Water Classic: Day 4

posted by / News / October 24, 2008

You caught me. I root for the home team, but so what? You would too if every time one of