WQS Update With Al Hunt

posted by / News / July 21, 2008

At Huntington Beach this week, where the waves are up and it’s predicted to be good all week. Juniors, longboarding […]

Padang Shipwreck Update

posted by / News / July 20, 2008

All chances to pull the boat off the reef were completely gone by Friday morning as a solid SW ground […]

American As Trestles

posted by / News / July 17, 2008

On the 4th of July you went to a BBQ, maybe the beach, had a few domestic brews and blew […]

Kelly Slater Wins The 2008 Billabong Pro J-Bay

posted by / News / July 17, 2008

He’s done it again. {{{Eight}}}-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater (USA) beat reigning ASP World Champion Mick Fanning (AUS) today […]

Google Earth Challenge 2 Update

posted by / News / July 17, 2008

Right now, Irvine-based software developer Brian Gable is downstairs in the bar, singing an unplugged version of “Paradise City” with […]

2008 Billabong Pro J-Bay: Day 3

posted by / News / July 16, 2008

Kelly Slater (USA), professional surfing’s most decorated athlete, showed no signs of slowing down in Jeffreys Bay today. The eight-time […]

A Bugs Eye View

posted by / News / July 14, 2008

With the Billabong Pro Jeffreys Bay utlizing a couple of fabulous surf days at the beginning of the waiting period, […]

WQS Update With Al Hunt

posted by / News / July 14, 2008

All the action is in Europe this week with an ASP Pro Junior event at Amado in Portugal, an ASP […]

Google Earth Challenge 2: On Location

posted by / News / July 14, 2008

Sometimes, dreaming on Google Earth can become a reality. That’s the case for Laguna Niguel software developer Brian Gable, who […]

Parked On The Reef

posted by / News / July 12, 2008

Bali’s top surfers woke up early today hoping to score a few waves at the Bukit peninsula’s legendary Padang Padang […]

2008 Billabong Pro J-Bay: Day 2

posted by / News / July 11, 2008

South African rookie Jordy Smith gave the local crowd what they came for when he posted the highest heat total […]

2008 Billabong Pro J-Bay: Day 1

posted by / News / July 10, 2008

There was no shortage of standout surfing in Round 1 of the Billabong Pro Jeffreys Bay, but it was ASP […]

Til Death Do Us Part

posted by / News / July 9, 2008

Victory seemed the outcome in February at the Del Mar fairgrounds when the California Coastal Commission (CCC) voted 8-2 to […]

Airway Robbery

posted by / News / July 9, 2008

I had a feeling I was in trouble when I got her. Standing in line for over an hour at […]

PacSun Pipeline to a Cure Fundraiser Hits Huntington Beach

posted by / News / July 7, 2008

On the evening of July 19, Laird Hamilton and David Kalama will co-chair the PacSun Pipeline to a Cure Dinner […]

Chris Davidson Wins 2008 Mr. Price Pro

posted by / News / July 6, 2008

Australian surfer Chris Davidson (AUS) crushed South Africa’s hopes of a second ever South African winner at the Mr. Price […]

They’re Still Tops

posted by / News / July 3, 2008

It’s a rivalry that began long ago. There’s Carroll vs. Curren. Young vs. Nuuhiwa. John Witzig’s California bashing and Occy’s […]

Shots Across The Bow

posted by / News / July 3, 2008

In Lima, Peru, there’s a new meaning to “the waves are firing.” A couple months ago, at a break known […]

60 Seconds With Allan Byrne

posted by / News / July 2, 2008

You remember the boards. Those sleek, six-channel pintail sculptures that look more like weaponry art than foam and fiberglass. But […]

Julian Wilson Wins Nike 6.0 Pier Pressure

posted by / News / July 1, 2008

Julian Wilson (Coolum, AUS) proved to be the form surfer of the day, claiming victory at ASP Grade-4 Nike 6.0 […]