BILLABONG PRO TAHITI: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / May 13, 2006

Surf: 3 feet and toothlessEvents Held: Men’s Quarters to the the final hornNature’s Call: Shoulda held me yesterdayPredicted: A whole […]

NOTES FROM THE BILLABONG PRO TAHITI: DAY TEN

posted by / News / May 13, 2006

Surf: 3 to 4 feet and as inviting as Teahupo’o getsEvents Held: Men’s Round 4, Heats 7 and 8, Women’s […]

VQS CRUSTIEVAL TIMES: WATCH IT LIVE!

posted by / News / May 12, 2006

US Groms Get Hammered Again, all are Eliminated on Day Five in The Quiksilver ISA World Junior Championships.

posted by / News / May 12, 2006

The US chances in Under 16 competition on day five ended when Kolohe Andino and Dillon Perillo went down in […]

NOTES FROM THE BILLABONG PRO TAHITI: DAY NINE

posted by / News / May 12, 2006

Surf: 3 to 5 feet and begging you to stay in there longerEvents Held: Men’s Round Three, Round Four Heats […]

NOTES FROM THE BOWL: EVAN SLATER TAKES US BEHIND THE PEAK AT THE MAVERICK’S SURF CONTEST

posted by / Photos / May 11, 2006

Attention Sports Fans:Tune into NBC this weekend to watch SURFING Magazine Editor Evan Slater take on Maverick’s in this year’s […]

ISA: Another Day of Highs and Lows for Team USA

posted by / News / May 11, 2006

Day 4 at the Quiksilver ISA World Junior Championships got started on a high when Cory Arrambide lit up the […]

Billabong Pro Tahiti: Some of the most perfect waves of the 2006 season to date

posted by / Photos / May 11, 2006

NOTES FROM THE BILLABONG PRO TAHITI: DAY EIGHT

posted by / News / May 11, 2006

Surf: 4- to 5-feet and painting perfectEvents Held: Men’s Round Two, Men’s Round Three Heats 1 -3Nature’s Call: Damn, aren’t […]

ISA: Courtney Conologue the only bright spark in a bad day for the USA

posted by / News / May 10, 2006

It took fourteen year old Courtney Conologue to post a convincing victory in the last heat for the USA of […]

NOTES FROM THE BILLABONG PRO TAHITI: Slater picks up where he left off – again!

posted by / News / May 10, 2006

Surf: Flat to Six feet and wide open Events Held: Men’s Round One Nature’s Call: Don’t give up on me […]

Second Day Ups & Downs at the Quiksilver ISA Junior Champs

posted by / News / May 9, 2006

It’s the first look at the Girl’s Under 18 division at the main tower bank where conditions were holding up […]

NOTES FROM THE BILLABONG TAHITI PRO

posted by / News / May 9, 2006

Remember that last report on “flat” Teahupo’o, how it’s better than your home break and blah blah blah? Scratch it. […]

RESULTS FOR 2005 INTERNATIONAL RIP CURL GROMSEARCH FINALS

posted by / News / May 8, 2006

  ALANA BLANCHARD AND OWEN WRIGHT WIN INTERNATIONAL RIP CURL GROMSEARCH TITLES AT BELLS A mixed bag of ‘grommets’, from […]

ISA World Junior Championships open with dancing girls in G-strings

posted by / News / May 8, 2006

Opening Dayz! In Maresias! Only in Brasil would the Quiksilver ISA World Junior Championships open with dancing girls in G-strings, […]

Here’s a little known secret: “flat” Teahupo’o probably blows away the waves at your home break right now

posted by / News / May 7, 2006

For the second morning in a row, the second official day of the Billabong Pro Tahiti waiting period, you could […]

The Champs Interview: Mark Occhilupo

posted by / News / May 5, 2006

Occy is a fascinating person; perhaps the most individual and most talented of the world champs, he thinks laterally about […]

National Surf League’s High School Cup Game 2

posted by / News / May 5, 2006

The National Surf League, known for the surfing X Games and California Cup launched their High School Cup on Friday […]

Slater Set For Billabong Pro Tahiti Replay

posted by / News / May 3, 2006

SEVEN-time Foster’s ASP Men’s World Tour champion, Kelly Slater (USA) is out to break another record. Should Slater win this […]

Legendary South African surfer, Shaun Tomson, 15-year-old son Mathew Passes

posted by / News / May 3, 2006

Our beautiful 15 year old son lost his life in a tragic schoolboy prank on Monday evening 24th April 2006 […]