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Today's SwellWatch: Sunday, May 24 2015

Glacier Tsunami Tow-Surfing Success

posted by / News / August 15, 2007

Hawaii tow-in surfing team Garrett McNamara and Kealii Mamala have just returned from Alaska where they became the first –

2006 Newport Beach Pro Photo Gallery

posted by / Event / August 15, 2007

Going Green With Simple Shoes

posted by / News / August 15, 2007

With SURFING’s annual Green Issue about to hit newsstands, we thought it would be appropriate to hit up a few

Joey Buran Named Team USA Head Coach

posted by / News / August 15, 2007

Surfing America, theNational Governing Body for the sport of surfing in the USA, is excited toannounce the appointment of Joey

Beachleys Havaianas Bust

posted by / News / August 14, 2007

The ${{{100}}},000 Beachley Classic — biggest event on the ASP women’s WCT — is under heavy pressure to survive after

Ghost Tree Off Limits?

posted by / News / August 12, 2007

The Coastal Commission supports a PWC ban at {{{Ghost}}} Tree and Moss Landing but keeps the door open at Maverick’s

Ben Bourgeois Wins The Rip Curl BoardMasters

posted by / News / August 12, 2007

“I’ve been on a little roll lately and I just wanted to keep it going here in England. I was

Kelly Slater Goes Carbon Neutral

posted by / News / August 10, 2007

In SURFING’s upcoming Greeen Issue, we announce that we’ve partnered with the non-profit Carbonfund and gone “carbon neutral.” It appears

Surfing Magazines Surfer/ShaperTrip for the 2007 Surfboard Issue – Update # 3

posted by / News / August 10, 2007

Bankvaults opens up for Mikala JonesIt’s an unfamiliar sight. Four world-class surfboard shapers from every corner of the globe––Australia, Hawaii,

Sept 07: Death of the Boat Trip?

posted by / Magazine / August 9, 2007

Occy Mesmorized By G-Land Barrels

posted by / News / August 8, 2007

Occy logged in a little barrel time himself (shot via helecopter)1999 world surfing championMARK OCCHILUPO (AUS) has no doubt an

Big Stink Big Finish

posted by / News / August 8, 2007

Enviro-activist Margo Pellegrino reflects on her 2000-mile paddle up the East Coast“I wanted to make a big stink.” That’s how

Surfing Magazines Surfer/ShaperTrip for the 2007 Surfboard Issue – Update # 2

posted by / News / August 7, 2007

Josh. Spinning.It was a slow-clap moment. A movie ender. One of those times when even a hoot isn’t quite enough.

Rip Curl GromSearch Santa Cruz

posted by / Photos / August 7, 2007

You need to upgrade your Flash Player While August 4, 2007 may be reminisced fondly for generations by the Nor

Wheres Lizzy: A Retro Active Update From Captain Lizzy

posted by / News / August 7, 2007

We’re going back — way back to April — it has been such a busy summer between crossing the Pacific

National Scholastic Surfing Association Gets A Whole New Look

posted by / News / August 6, 2007

The turn that inspired the new logoThirty years ago, when the best amateur organization in the nation had its humble

Ben Bourgeois Takes One Giant Leap Toward Qualification In Japan

posted by / News / August 6, 2007

Bourgeois has put himself in the 4th overall position on the WQS It was the noble thing to do. Back

Gabe Kling Wins 2007 Yumeya Billabong Pro

posted by / News / August 5, 2007

Kling takes out Ben Bourgeois in an all East Coast final at the 6 star WQS event in Japan Kling

Surfing Magazines Surfer/ShaperTrip for the 2007 Surfboard Issue – Update # 1

posted by / News / August 3, 2007

CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE Josh Kerr flying high on Surfing Magazine’s Surfer/Shaper Mentawaii trip Imagine an island loaded with

RIP Les Williams

posted by / News / August 2, 2007

Les Williams, pioneering California surfer and president of the San Onofre Surf Club died Friday, July 20th, at the age

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