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John John Florence gives a glimpse into Americas best hope for a future World Title (after someone with 11 retires)

While the Quiksilver Pro at Snapper is old news, this new clip of Jordy and John John on the Gold Coast gives an insightful glimpse behind the curtain of a World Tour event.

The mind-games and mounting pressures can weigh heavily on young athletes. And even though he is only in his fourth season, Jordy has adjusted quickly, stating, "Hopefully I can show him [John John] a little of the ropes." Perhaps after a few seasons on tour John John will also adjust to surfing on the big stage, contending with Jordy for the title.

Gilmore Triumphs over World Champ Carissa Moore at the TSB Bank New Zealand Surf Festival

pic:Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), TSB Bank NZ Surf Festival champion! PIC ASP/Robertson.

TARANAKI, New Zealand (Saturday, April 14, 2012) – Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 24, has won the TSB Bank NZ Surf Festival’s blue ribbon event, the Dow AgroSciences Pro in clean three foot (1.5 meters) surf over Carissa Moore (HAW), 19, at Taranaki, New Zealand today.

Stop No. 3 of 7 on the 2012 ASP Women’s World Championship Tour, the TSB Bank NZ Surf Festival offers vital points in the race for the ASP Women’s World Title.



10 Things you need to know about Dakine ISA World Surfing Championship Presented by Billabong

With the tenth edition of the DaKine ISA World Junior Championship Presented by Billabong set to commence in just a few weeks time, there is a lot to start to think about. It is a fact that the event will feature many of the top under-18 athletes from outposts around the world looking to establish themselves as the next big thing in surfing.


625pm HST. Current ratings leader Stephanie Gilmore beats Current World Champ Carissa in New Zealand

TARANAKI, New Zealand (Friday, April 13, 2012) – After two consecutive days of surfing at the TSB Bank NZ Surf Festival featuring the Dow AgroSciences Pro, a lay-day has been called due to unfavourable winds. The surf forecast for tomorrow looks promising and contest officials will meet at 7:30am to assess the conditions.

Stop No. 3 of 7 on the 2012 ASP Women’s World Championship Tour, the Dow AgroSciences Pro is pivotal in the chase for the prestigious ASP Women’s World Title. There are only two more heats of Round 4 remaining before competition enters the Quarterfinals and it’s likely that an event champion will be crowned tomorrow.


Shane Dorian, Sean Collins to receive SIMA awards

Shane Dorian testing Billabong wetsuit © Billabong

SIMA announces Waterman’s Weekend honorees include Shane Dorian, Jean-Michel Cousteau and the Late Sean Collins

Surf News, 12 April, 2012  The Surf Industry Manufacturers Association (SIMA) will honor big wave surfer Shane Dorian as Waterman of the Year, world renowned ocean explorer, filmmaker, television personality and environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau as Environmentalist of the Year, and revolutionary wave forecaster and surfing Hall of Famer the late Sean Collins with the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award, as part of the association’s annual Waterman’s Weekend environmental fundraiser.


A Surfing Guide to the Soul by Bear Woznick is coming in July

For world-class surfer Bear Woznick, the ocean has always been the center of his universe. He's spent his entire life with it; riding its waves, learning from it, loving it. The ocean also nourishes the soul as Bear shows us on his surfboard.

In DEEP IN THE WAVE, readers ride along with Woznick through the calmest of tides and most turbulent waves. Woznick's portrayal of the beauty and power of the ocean is truly inspiring and showcases the profound meaning surfing has had on his life.

Save Haleiwa Farmers' Market

The Petition

The State Department of Transportation has issued a Cease and Desist order to the Haleiwa Farmers’ Market. Having operated without any issues for three years HFM owners and market managers Pamela Boyar and Annie Suite were surprised and confused at this development. Since April of 2009, the Haleiwa Farmers’ Market has been operating under a month-to-month agreement with the DOT. In February 2011 they received notice that the State Department of Transportation wanted to switch from the month-to-month agreement to a more formal annual agreement.


Things We Do Part III (S4W14) from Kaz for the Kidz

Published on Apr 11, 2012 by
Kaz accumulates some fun, weird and funny clips from filming surfer kids all the time. here's Things We Do III. These vids show how lucky we are to live where we do.... and that there's nothing like the stoke of a grom just playing in our watery paradise.


No One has ever answered the question " How do they survive" Verizon Wipeout Nominees - Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards 2012

The five finalists for the Verizon Wipeout of the Year category of the 2012 Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards are presented for your examination. No surfers were seriously injured in the making of this clip. For more information see the event website at
My turn: year after year Im continually astounded how these brave (crazy?) surfers survive these horrendous wipeouts. They skate over and emerse under tons of fast moving, heavy water over shallow reefs. These athletes are also moving at speeds most surfers rarely acheive. These are people like you and me, made of flesh and bone who need oxygen to live. But, that's about the only way we are similar. Notice also that they dont wear helmets!


Josh Kerr dissects then dishes on Kelly & Mick final. Josh also says Kelly would’ve won the contest if it’d been in the US. What do you think?

Josh 'The Analyst' Kerr checks out two different approaches to the Bells Bowl

Surf News, 11 April :  The world is still recovering after five electric days of surfing at Bells Beach for the 2012 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach won by Mick Fanning (AUS), 30, and Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS), 21, respectively. The surf pumped, the sun shone, the winds were variable offshore and high-performance surfing in the Bowel was categorically redefined. Nowhere was this more apparent than in the Final between Fanning and reigning 11-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater (USA), 40.


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