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A Chat With ASP Head Judge Richard Porta

posted by / Blogs / March 8, 2012

From our February 2012 issue, SURFING talks with ASP head judge Richard Porta to discuss style, criteria and some controversial calls…

Adriano v. Owen (Rio), Parko v. Julian (Trestles) and Taj v. Travis (France) revealed

Photos from the ASP Banquet

posted by / Photos / February 24, 2012

Wetties and wax were exchanged for fitted suits and dresses — colognes and perfumes

What an amazing night to celebrate a very successful 2011 ASP season

What Would You Say You Do Here? Head ASP judge Richard Porta

posted by / Magazine / December 22, 2011

The ASP judges have a tough job.

Here’s a look inside the mind of head judge Richard Porta>/strong>

Vans World Cup at Sunset Starts Today

posted by / News / November 27, 2011

It’s back, it’s big and we’re going to see some power

Prepare to be reminded why you love Sunset

CEO of People’s Hearts

posted by / News / November 9, 2011

After a six year reign over professional surfing, Brodie Carr resigns.

Bobby Martinez Plays Tennis

posted by / Video / November 8, 2011

Bobby’s back! After falling off the tour a couple months ago, Martinez returns to internet stardom.

ASP: Just Kidding, Ke??y

posted by / News / November 4, 2011

According to Kelly, he still needs to make a heat to be crowned the champ.

Did anyone check the math on his other titles? Cork the champagne and put it back on ice.

2011 Oakley Pro Junior Day 3

posted by / News / October 5, 2011

Local Surfer Darmaputra Tonjo Eliminates Number Two Seed Nat Young

From France: Before the Storm

posted by / News / October 3, 2011

Our correspondent reports from the sands of Les Bourdaines

On the men, trunks; on the women, less; and in the water, two welcome returns

2011 Hurley Lowers Pro Day 1

posted by / News / September 19, 2011

And The Song Remains the Same.

Top seeds dominate, Kelly & Owen win, Julian Wilson posts highest heat total

Volcom Back to Fiji

posted by / Blogs, Editorial / July 25, 2011

See? See?

Brodie Carr is a benevolent dictator

Slow to wrath; easy to love

The ASP: What’s Not to Love?

posted by / Blogs, Editorial / July 23, 2011

They do an amazing job wrangling many and varied un-wrangleable elements — like that flippant slut, Nature

And Kelly Slater

It’s Official: Kelly Slater wins his 10th ASP World Title and The Rip Curl Pro Search Puerto Rico

posted by / News / November 6, 2010

Kelly Slater defeats Bede Durbidge in the final and scores a perfect ten

Thanks, Steph

posted by / News / November 2, 2010

For being all we want in a woman (who is also world professional surfing champ)

A Conversation with Kelly Slater: Part 1

posted by / News / October 13, 2010

Bits from an interview we won’t be running with the World No. 1 (Topic: Kelly’s future)

Billabong Pro Tahiti Day 2: The Unlucky 13

posted by / News / September 1, 2010

For 13 surfers, the season ends early in Tahiti

The Return of Oney Anwar

posted by / News / August 25, 2010

Missing Indonesian surfer reappears…on a podium…as the first Indonesian to ever win an ASP event. How did this happen?

Ran Tell Dat

posted by / News / March 9, 2010

Randy Rarick, Executive Director of the Triple Crown of Surfing, goes on record.

The Joys Of Being A Taller Man With Owen Wright

posted by / News / March 1, 2010

Owen Wright is a taller man too, and trim. Such a specimen!

The New

posted by / News, Video / February 27, 2010

Day 1 recap from The Quiksilver Pro. The Rookies test the water out at Snapper Rocks.

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