Sunday, April 20, 2014 596-SURF , 596-WAVE , 922-BONG , 638-RUSH , 572-SURF(MAUI) , 241-SURF (KAUAI) , 324-RUSH (BIG ISLAND)
Text Size
Login 2.17.14. Off 3/1. off 4/4 on 4/16
off 3/17/14. On 4/10

Day 6 with the big showdown Sunday.

Josh Moniz photo

Full day of repechage rounds run today in Ecuador

10 April, 2014. Today witnessed huge upsets. Defending Boys U-18 Gold Medalist from the 2013 ISA WJSC, Josh Moniz (HAW) was eliminated from the contest. Another casualty was one of the event favorites, Noe Mar McGonagle from Costa Rica, who came close to a Gold Medal in 2012 and was chasing after the title in his last year as a junior.

The nail-biting day featured heats in the Repechage rounds 2-5 for both Boys and Girls divisions. With the current swell maintained in the 2-4 feet range, although bigger waves are on the way. Surfline, the official forecaster of the event has predicted a building swell on Saturday that will deliver 5-8ft waves with occasional 10ft+ waves on Sunday.


Final four women set: Men end Rnd 2 at Margaret's



A spectacular day of surfing at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro saw the Women’s Semifinalists decided with nine-point rides from both Carissa Moore and Sally Fitzgibbons. The reigning ASP Women’s World Champion, Moore, will matchup against ASP World No. 1 Stephanie Gilmore while Fitzgibbons will face 2012 ASP Runner-up Tyler Wright in a repeat of last year's Semifinal. 


What it takes to be a champion with Carissa Moore


World champion surfer Carissa Moore is among a select group of Red Bull athletes and artists to be featured in their own spot complementing the latest World of Red Bull advertising campaign.


Drug Aware Margaret River Pro Day 1 Recap

The Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, Stop No. 2 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour, was called ON today for the Men's and Women's Round 1 in four-to-six foot waves. In an action packed first day of competition there were standout performances from Julian Wilson (AUS), Gabriel Medina (BRA) and Courtney Conlogue (USA). With Round 1 complete for both the men and women winners will advance directly to Round 3 while the rest will battle again in elimination Round 2.


Kelly splits from long time sponsor Quiksilver

Yes Quiksilver and Kelly Slater are separating as Kelly embarks on a path to create his own brand. Both parties are amicable, sending out press releases and posting on their respective Facebook pages. In short: Kelly will create his new brand through the Kering Group, who owns Volcom and Electric (as well as non-action sports brands like Gucci and Stella McCartney.)


Breaking News: Slater Splits from Quiksilver

Dave Prodan ASP.

Today, in a move tantamount to Michael Jordan splitting with Nike or David Beckham with Adidas, Kelly Slater has announced his parting ways from 23-year sponsor Quiksilver.

Slater signed with Quiksilver in 1990 at the age of 18 just before winning the US$100,000 Body Glove Surfbout at Lower Trestles and announcing himself as a contender on the international stage. Slater secured his first of 11 ASP World Titles in 1992 at the age of 20.

Here is Slater's open letter on the move....


Honoring a legend - Rest in Peace Hobie Alter

Hobart “Hobie” Alter, who started out shaping surfboards, and ended up shaping a culture, passed away peacefully at his Palm Desert home on March 29 surrounded by his loving family. Born on October 31, 1933 in Ontario, California, he was 80 at the time of his passing.

Surfing is uniting the world - ISA Welcomes Afghanistan as its 82nd Member Nation

The International Surfing Association (ISA) is proud to welcome Afghanistan as the ISA’s 82nd Member Nation. Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the landlocked country is located in South Central Asia and is part of the greater Middle East. It is bordered by Pakistan in the South and East, Iran in the West, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan in the North, and China in the far northeast.


Duck diving glaciers

Story compliments of ESPN   Europe had 563 million international tourist arrivals in 2013. Antarctica, on the other hand, had about 150,000 visitors, although only 35,000 were technically tourists, as the bulk were researchers and scientists. The World Tourism Organization, which monitors these comings and goings, barely recognizes Antarctica -- it's not even present on its tourism-growth infographic.


Ali'i Nui group announce sits newest Malama Project

Hawaii / San Diego based community organization, Ali‘i Nui (Highest Chief) announced today that it has officially launched its Educational Program called the “Malama Project” - Malama means to "care for".


Page 1 of 115