Tuesday, September 16, 2014 596-SURF , 596-WAVE , 922-BONG , 638-RUSH , 572-SURF(MAUI) , 241-SURF (KAUAI) , 324-RUSH (BIG ISLAND)
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Myles Padaca new Body Glove Hawaii rep

Body Glove international announces their newest Sales Representative, Myles Padaca. Myles will cover the state of Hawaii for Body Glove apparel, wetsuits, PFD’s lycra and swimwear.

Myles, who was born and raised in Hawaii, has been professionally surfing for 15 years. He is committed to increasing Body Glove’s presence throughout Hawaii and across the North American market with his specialized knowledge and expertise. In 2001 Myles was named the Vans Triple Crown Champion by being the best overall surfer in the Reef Hawaiian Pro, the World Cup and the Pipeline Masters.


Taj Burrow beats Julian Wilson in the Hurley Pro

Taj Burrow ousts Julian Wilson to claim the win: Mick Fanning takes ASP WCT rankings lead

18 September.  Lower Trestles, San Clemente - Taj Burrow (AUS), 35, has won the Hurley Pro at Trestles in a hard-fought Final over fellow Australian Julian Wilson (AUS), 24, in two-to-four foot (1 metre) waves at Lower Trestles.

Stop No. 7 of 10 on the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), the Hurley Pro at Trestles victory marks Burrow’s first ASP WCT win this season and 12th of his career.


Some claim Jordy Smith lands the first surf backflip. But they never new Flynn Novak.

Jordy Smith adds the backflip to his repertoire

Will his groundbreaking move help his world title bid?

Professional surfer Jordy Smith is ranked fourth in the world heading into this week’s Hurley Pro. That puts him smack dab in the hunt for his first ASP world title. Granted, he’ll need help to get past reigning world champion Joel Parkinson and current points leader Kelly Slater, but during a recent trip back home to South Africa Smith mastered a stunning maneuver that will certainly help his cause: the backflip.


Tonight. Talk Story and Film: Clyde Aikau/Paul Taubleid + The Legend of Eddie Aikau

Dont miss this event tonight. Eddie Aikau is a Hawaiian hero: pioneer big-wave rider, lifeguard, peacemaker, traditional voyager. His closest friend and lifeguard partner through his life was his youngest brother Clyde Aikau. Clyde will join film producer Paul Taublieb to talk about Eddie’s life, spirit, achievements and ultimate contributions that went far beyond big wave riding and deep into the heart of Hawaiian culture to make him a hero.
$10 Ticket sales to The Eddie Aikau Foundation


Day one finished up 8am HI Time. Women's world title in France 24 - 30 September

ASP Women’s World Title Showdown at the Roxy Pro France. Carissa Moore, Tyler Wright, Sally Fitzgibbons into the quarters! Coco and Malia, Stephanie etc into 4th round tomorrow.

Hossegor - Entering the European leg of the 2013 ASP Women’s World Championship Tour (WCT), four surfers remain in contention for the coveted world surfing crown with current frontrunner Carissa Moore (HAW), 21, leading the pack heading into the Roxy Pro France.


Shark attacks feared in Hawaii after molasses spill

Hawaii health officials have warned swimmers and surfers to stay out of the waters near Honolulu harbour after a leak of 1,400 tons of molasses killed hundreds of fish, potentially attracting sharks.

The Hawaii department of health deployed three boats to remove the dead fish, and they were expected to remove thousands more in the coming weeks, said a spokeswoman, Janice Okubo.

A brown plume of sweet, sticky liquid was spotted seeping into Honolulu harbour and Keehi lagoon on Monday after a leak was discovered in a pipeline used to load the molasses on to ships operated by Matson Navigation Company, the health department said. Matson Navigation is a subsidiary of Matson Inc, which has provided Pacific-wide shipping services since 1882.


Owen Wright has been forced to withdraw from the 2013 ASP World Tour.

The Australian suffered a serious back injury at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, last April, and was advised by his medical team not to resume competition this year.

"It is a disk injury in my lower back. It happened at Bells on the first wave in my heat against Dusty. I got this wave all the way to the inside bowl, I lost control when I went into a floater and landed in an awkward layback", explains Wright.


Surfer The Bar expanding to both U.S. coasts

Source Interlink Media’s Surfer magazine and Surf Concepts, an associated company of Salt Life Restaurant Group, recently announced a partnership to develop multiple Surfer [The Bar] locations along the East and West Coasts of the United States strategically placed in key beach communities.

Surfer magazine, an icon in the surfing industry for over 50 years, has licensed its brand to Surf Concepts through a long-term development deal. Surf Concepts will hold exclusive rights in the continental United States to open locations as stand-alone sites or co-branded sites with Salt Life Food Shack. Salt Life Restaurant Group currently has two restaurants and bars in Florida, with two more in development.


The pro's weigh in on the Hurley Pro


On September 15, the top 34 surfers on the WCT circuit, along with wild cards Mitch Crews and Dane Reynolds, will battle it out to take the title from the king of Lowers at the 2013 Hurley Pro.  

"Trestles is such a fun wave and the closest you can get to a skate park,” says tour standout and Hurley athlete John John Florence. “I think Kelly has been surfing Trestles for so long that he knows what works and what doesn't out there. To win at Lowers, you are going to have to mix power surfing with airs because everyone is surfing at such a high level on tour these days.”


Could we see surfing in the olympics soon?

The 2020 Summer Olympics are heading to Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Interestingly, the largest metropolitan area in the world is known for hosting world-class surf spots.

Tokyo, year 2020. While tourists and sports fans are in the city for the Olympic Games, local surfers will be riding their every day waves. In fact, the Chiba region, near Tokyo, is considered to be the birthplace and capital of the Japanese surfing culture.


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