You may not have heard of Stephen but you have now. He's a true talent Living off the land and sea. Please take a moment to enjoy his excellent video. Aloha and Mahalo, gq
Koa Rothman describes the Teahupoo ride that earned him one of our Big Issue covers. This wave was truly one of the biggest, baddest waves ever towed at Teahupoo. Legend Laird towed him in. He didnt make the end section but he made it, period. That's all the counts in waves like this. Check it out.
Hawaii's ultimate media lounge will host the best surfers on planet earth during the Triple Crown. This week the place will be packed to hear Sunny's tales of his storied career and life. This is a dont miss. Come early. Lets party and Talk Story at Surfer, the Bar.
Former Vans Triple Crown champion and ASP World No. 13 John John Florence was bundled out of the REEF Hawaiian Pro in his opening heat at Haleiwa today, the victim of atypical Hawaiian winter surf and an interference call that might have ended his plans for a second crown. The REEF Hawaiian Pro is the first of three events of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing hydrated by vitaminwater®, and without a decent finish here it will be an uphill battle for Florence to win the title again.
What began as a week of maxing waves over 20 feet, today dropped to waist/head-high range at Haleiwa. With Surfline.com’s forecast anticipating very small surf to settle in for the next five days, organizers opted to make use of what was on hand.
Contest director Marty Thomas, director of the Vans Triple Crown has pulled off a 1st ever 'one day' extension for The Reef Hawaiian Pro. The new 'downgraded-delayed' 2-4+' NNW wont fill in enough on Saturday to finish a full day of competition. So they'll have to go on Sunday, the 1st day of the holding period for the Vans World Cup at Sunset. The forecast looks excellent for the 2nd Jewel.
Haleiwa is located at the western end of the Seven-Mile Miracle, in the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.
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