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Today's SwellWatch: Monday, Sep 01 2014

MALIBU’S LEAST WANTED

posted by / News / March 25, 2004

Yo, yo. You down wit da MLO? {{{Fox}}} News recently aired an unintentionally hilarious news story about a new type […]

OUT THE BACK

posted by / Magazine / March 24, 2004

Digging through tea leaves. Pressing lumps from fowl intestines. Even feeling the kinks in a young prince’s kaka. For whatever […]

THE REEF WITH NO NAME

posted by / Magazine / March 24, 2004

What you’re about to read is entirely true, although we’ve blurred the details to protect the adventurous. No Photoshop trickery […]

COOL RIPPINGS

posted by / News / March 23, 2004

Pro surfer Dan Malloy didn’t leave Jamaica on a good note last year. Visiting the island along with cinematographer/artist Thomas […]

MEET THE NEW BOSS

posted by / News / March 23, 2004

Ocean City, MD. 1:45 a.m. EST. Eastern Surfing Association Executive Director Kathy Phillips wakes to the sound of her cell […]

BREAKING NEWS

posted by / News / March 22, 2004

Watch out ASP newbies – two of surfing’s most stalwart and feared competitors are on the mend. Shane Beschen and […]

THE 2004 XXL SHOWDOWN

posted by / News / March 22, 2004

IRVINE, CA — (March 19, 2004) — With less than two weeks remaining in the 2003/04 Billabong XXL Global Big […]

YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN HERE LAST WEEK

posted by / News / March 18, 2004

“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant. If we did not sometimes taste of adversity, […]

KEEP OUT

posted by / News / March 16, 2004

If you’ve been dreaming of driving into the Ranch, paying a few bucks to a friendly park ranger, setting up […]

DEEP TROUBLE

posted by / News / March 15, 2004

“When I was sitting in the cells I looked around and thought, fuck…I’ve had a hard life but my spirit’s […]

THE 2004 QUIKSILVER PRO: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / March 11, 2004

SURF: Overhead, light offshore and pounceable to crumbly, inconsistent and pounceableEVENTS HELD: Round Four ’til the glorious endNATURE’S CALL: This […]

60 SECONDS

posted by / Magazine / March 11, 2004

From the strongest god to the smallest pebble, when it comes ancient Hawaiian practices on the North Shore, there’s only […]

ROCK DANCE

posted by / Magazine / March 11, 2004

The North Shore of Oahu has rhythm. A tireless, chaotic, unpredictable rhythm. Its tempo may change with each new swell, […]

THE 2004 ROXY/QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY 11

posted by / News / March 10, 2004

SURF: Chest high, bloated and sluggish with the occasional racetrackEVENTS HELD: Women’s to the Final, the rest of Men’s Round […]

SOUTHERN ROCK STAR

posted by / News / March 9, 2004

The young Californians are better surfers than their East Coast counterparts. They have to be, right? They have more covershots […]

THE 2004 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY EIGHT

posted by / News / March 8, 2004

SURF: Chest high and softEVENTS HELD: NoneNATURE’S CALL: Sand is gold here, so give me somePREDICTED: Going mobile?It’s gone! That’s […]

2004 QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY SIX

posted by / News / March 6, 2004

SURF: 6 feet plus and chunkyEVENTS HELD: Men’s and Womens Expression Sessions plus a charity “Footy” matchNATURE’S CALL: OK, let’s […]

CODE SAE

posted by / News / March 5, 2004

Flashing lights. A parade of limousines. Red carpet. Had the Oscars died and gone to Coolangatta? For local surf fans, […]

THE 2004 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / March 4, 2004

SURF: 4 to 6 feet, wet, wild and washy EVENTS HELD: Men’s Round Three (Postponed after Heat 9) NATURE’S CALL: […]

THE 2004 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO: DAY THREE

posted by / News / March 4, 2004

SURF: 3 to 5 feet and hypnotizing EVENTS HELD: Men’s Round Two NATURE’S CALL: Bigger, better, windier PREDICTED:130 km winds […]

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