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Today's SwellWatch: Tuesday, Sep 16 2014

THE 2003 BILLABONG PRO MUNDAKA: DAY ONE

posted by / News / October 14, 2003

Surf: Head high, left sand point, semi-closeout Events held: Men’s round one, through heat 11 Nature’s call: No sleeping on […]

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: FINAL DAY

posted by / News / October 11, 2003

Surf: 8 feet, slick like Coho, thick like OTWEvents held: FinalsNature’s call: What, you thought I would hold out?Predicted: Yes, […]

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: ROUND FOUR

posted by / News / October 10, 2003

Surf: Head-high, barreling sandbar right pointEvents held: Men’s round fourNature’s call: Are you a gambling man?Predicted: Better be better“This Guilherme […]

TAKEOFF: THE GOLDEN RATIO

posted by / Magazine / October 9, 2003

“Into a perfect work, time does not enter…” — Henry David ThoreauPhil Edwards will always rip. So will Nat Young, […]

THE THEORY

posted by / Magazine / October 9, 2003

RELAXEDEarly 1960s — Phil Edwards, Midget Farrelly, Nat Young, Mike Doyle: surfers who were physically tall, relaxed shoulders, loose arms […]

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: ROUND THREE

posted by / News / October 9, 2003

Surf: Variable winds, overhead and chunkyEvents held: Finish Men’s round threeNature’s call: You better be real good. . .Predicted: Final […]

POLITICAL BACKWASH

posted by / News / October 8, 2003

“Surfers? They’re a bunch of fools who must think the waves break from land to sea. So what if the […]

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY SIX

posted by / News / October 6, 2003

Surf: Overhead. Hollow ledgers at low, shred-worthy lines at highEvents held: Men’s Round Two, and four heats of round threeNature’s […]

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY FIVE

posted by / News / October 5, 2003

Surf: Three feet and sideshore windEvents held: Evian expression session prelim Nature’s call: It will be snowing in the mountains […]

THE 2003 QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / October 5, 2003

Surf: 2-foot slopEvents held: Cappuccino and wine drinking contestsNature’s call: There’s always the bright sidePredicted: Amazing surfing, or else more […]

2003 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY THREE

posted by / News / October 3, 2003

Surf: Well overhead and messy.Events held: none.Nature’s call: How to stop these madmen?Predicted: Please…off shores.So that storm did come in. […]

THE ROB MACHADO PAR 3 EXPERIENCE

posted by / News / October 2, 2003

What do the world’s most stylish surfer, a Canadian rapper and a Tiger Woods lookalike have in common? Well, they […]

2003 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY TWO

posted by / News / October 2, 2003

Surf: Fun, tide dependent left sandbar.Events held: Mens round one (over two days due extremetides).Nature’s call: Very temperamental.Predicted: 70 MPH […]

OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS

posted by / News / October 2, 2003

Imagine grabbing a perfect, triple overhead South Peak wedge from the frothing crowd at maxing Blacks. You pull into to […]

THE 2003 ASP/WCT QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE: DAY ONE

posted by / News / October 1, 2003

The Quiksilver Pro France got underway this afternoon, following opening round heats of the Roxy Pro France. Australians dominated the […]

ESA EASTERNS BACK ON

posted by / News / October 1, 2003

Ocean City, MD (10/1/03) The 2003 Eastern Surfing Championships are going back to Buxton! The Easterns have been rescheduled for […]

THE 12TH ANNUAL HERITAGE RIP CURL MEMORIAL PRO

posted by / News / September 24, 2003

The 12th annual Heritage Rip Curl Memorial Pro took place at Sea Isle, New Jersey, on September 18-21. On hand […]

OIL PIERS RETURNS?

posted by / News / September 24, 2003

Oil Piers was never what you’d call a world class surf spot. Sure, west and northwest swells would sometimes sneak […]

GRAVEYARD OF THE ATLANTIC

posted by / News / September 23, 2003

Less than a week after nixing the ESA Easterns, Hurricane Isabel’s path of destruction along the Outer Banks of North […]

AFTER THE STORM

posted by / News / September 19, 2003

At least 15 people dead.Entire hotels and homes pulled into the ocean. And as of 10:30 EST, 4.3 million people […]

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