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Today's SwellWatch: Tuesday, Jul 07 2015

2007 Jeep Body Glove Surfbout – Photos Day 5

posted by / Event / May 15, 2006

Zero US Medals in Maresias, Aussies Rule!

posted by / News / May 14, 2006

Despite two chances to convert heat advancements into medals Cory Arrambide and Courtney Conlogue couldn’t pull it off both finishing

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

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