2005 Xcel Pro At Sunset Beach, Hawaii: Day 1


The 22nd Annual XCEL Pro presented by No Fear kicked off today with surf in the 4′ foot range increasing

Switchfoot, Curren And Machado Jam In Mainland Mex


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2005 O’Neill Coldwater Classic Day 6


Mother Nature Gets the Best Seat in the House for the Coldwater Classic Final Bobby’s strategy of “Tell ‘em you’re

2005 O’Neill Coldwater Classic Day 5


Mother Nature Delivers, Then Hides the Goods. Surf: Absolutely firing on all cylinders, 6 to 8 feet at Steamer Lane.

2005 O’Neill Coldwater Classic Day 4


Rob Machado rips his way to the final daySurf: Small and sloppy at Waddell Creek for the morning rounds; then

2005 O’Neill Coldwater Classic Update


Surf: 2-3ft beach break peaks at Waddel Creek with a side-shore devil wind.Events Held: 8 Mens Round 4 heatsNature’s Call:

Nova Schin Festival WCT Brazil 2005 Event Preview


SLATER AND IRONS DUEL FOR THE CROWNThe surf in Brazil can range from meager to macking. (Macking pictured here) It’s

2005 Quiksilver ISA Junior World Champs Final Results


Surf: 2-3 ft, chunky, windblown peaksEvents Held: Girls Under 18 Qualifying and Repercharge Semis and Final, Boys Under 16 Qualifying

Totally Walled: North San Diego County Beaches Threatened By Potential Seawalls


Breaks like Swami’s (pictured here) are in serious danger. Encinitas and Solana Beach are dangerously close to having most, if

2005 Quiksilver ISA Junior World Champs Update – 10/13/05


Day Four Midweek UpdateSurf: 2-3 ft, peaky conditions. Glassy early on with moderate sideshore winds later on.Events held: Boys Under

Video Review: Califragulistic 2


Califragulistic 2A film by Dean HotchPrice $24.00; Available at your local surf shop The Buzz: If you were one of

Chris Ward Wins The 2005 No Fear Mexican Surf Fiesta Presented By Converse


Wardo Wins!To the victor go the spoils: Wardo $2500 richerChris Ward showed up to the No Fear Mexican Surf Fiesta

GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN: Larry ‘Flame’ Moore; 1948 – 2005


Larry “Flame” Moore, SURFING Magazine’s legendary longtime photo editor and recipient of this year’s Waterman’s Ball Lifetime Achievement Award, died

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