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Today's SwellWatch: Wednesday, Jul 01 2015

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

Follow the Light Foundation Announces Call For Entries

posted by / News / August 2, 2007

For the second year in a row, the Follow the Light Foundation (FTLF) will award ${{{5000}}} to a deserving photographer

Andy Irons Nominated For Teen Choice Award

posted by / News / July 30, 2007

Andy Irons has been nominated for a Teen Choice Award in the Action {{{Sports}}} category. The three time ASP World

CJ Hobgood Wins 2007 Honda US Open of Surfing

posted by / News / July 29, 2007

{{{CJ}}} Hobgood took out Jeremy Flores in the finalC.J. Hobgood (Melbourne Beach, FL) has taken the 2007 {{{Honda}}} U.S. Open

Stephanie Gilmore Wins 2007 US Open

posted by / News / July 28, 2007

Gilmore not only leads the WCT rankings, but she is now 3rd overall on the WQS as wellStephanie Gilmore (Tweed

Jack’s Surf Shop Celebrates their 14th Annual Walk of Fame Awards

posted by / News / July 28, 2007

The class of 2007If you’ve never been to Huntington this time of year, think of it as a three ring

2007 US Open Update

posted by / News / July 28, 2007

Conditions: 2-3 ft. of pure and unbridled ecstasy (when sets actually rolled in).Heats Held: 48 / 2 = 24Natures Call:

Life Rolls On Extravaganza

posted by / News / July 26, 2007

(Left to right) Sanuk’s Jeff Kelley, Kustom/Honolua’s Mike Makos, Surfing Publisher Ross Garrett, and ASG Sales Exec Tony Perez finished

Padang Trials Go Off In 6-Foot Surf

posted by / News / July 26, 2007

In solid 6 foot surf, an international contingent of surfers took to the trials event of the local event held

Bra Boys The Movie

posted by / News / July 24, 2007


O’Neill Wins Pac Sun’s Inagural Battle Of The Brands

posted by / News / July 23, 2007

Pat Gudauskas helped team O’Neill to victory Surfing America, the National Governing Body for the sport of surfing in the

Avert Your Eyes

posted by / Photos / July 22, 2007

Massive swell. Sharky waters. Heavy currents. And slabs that make surfing look like a completely different sport. Breaking over roaring

2007 Rip Curl Gromsearch Hawaii

posted by / Photos / July 22, 2007

May The Best Mag Win

posted by / News / July 22, 2007

SURFING MAGAZINE silences the competition in the inaugural Pac Sun Battle of the Brands eventSurfing’s champs: (L to R) Scott

2007 Billabong Pro J-Bay: Day 11

posted by / News / July 21, 2007

CONDITIONS: 3-4 Foot & Light OffshoresHEATS HELD: Round 4, Quarters, Semis & FinalNATURE’S CALL: Winner takes allPREDICTIONS: A shuffle at

Sector 9: Always Green

posted by / News / July 19, 2007

With all organic clothing and new Bamboo skateboards, Sector 9 welcomes the rest of the industry to the “Green” side.

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