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The US Open of Surfing: The surf contest thats too big for Huntington Beach

 

What happens when the Beast can’t handle the titillation? People start throwing chairs, that’s what.

The Beast that is the US Open could not go softly into the night on Sunday evening. The crowd was out of control and had been fed high-octane energy drinks for eight days straight. No lay days. Aimless aggression took to the streets after the crowd would not disperse moments after the closing of the US Open.  A riot broke out on Main Street, Huntington Beach, and the only reason that has been discovered is that they didn’t want to leave.

   

Sunday Surf Clips

 

What Kolohe Andino’s U.S. Open performance reveals.

Brazil’s Alejo Muniz won the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing, but 19 year old Californian Kolohe Andino stole a lot of the show.  The runner-up finish for Andino was meaningful.  He’s had a rough time in the ASP big leagues, with no major results to speak at the elite level.  This result secures his ASP Tour spot, but also highlights a big challenge facing Andino: performing well in the exotic reef and point breaks of the Dream Tour. This and more in this weeks edition of the Weekly Grind.......

   

Dane Reynolds cements Hurley Pro wildcard

Well, it's official. Dane Reynolds is the wildcard for the 2013 Hurley Trestles Pro. And it has caused a bit of commotion in the surf world – nothing worth knocking over a porta-potty or looting a surf shop over, but some conjecture nonetheless.

The Hurley Trestles Pro starts on September 15 and is the seventh stop on the ASP World Tour.

   

Portugal's navy honors Garrett McNamara

Portugal's navy has honored Hawaii surfer Garrett McNamara for riding the gnarliest wave ever and highlighting the science that let him see it coming. The navy awarded the big-wave surfer its Medalha Naval de Vasco da Gama in a ceremony this week in Lisbon.

   

Grant and Black win Molokai 2 Oahu World Champs

NSP is today humbled by the performances of two of its team riders who achieved the most amazing results in the world’s most challenging paddling race. 

Every sport has its pinnacle, in ocean paddling that is crossing the Kaiwi Channel between Molokai and Oahu. Surviving is one thing, beating the world’s best paddlers in a race across it is another altogether.

   

Shark attack confirmed at White Plains Beach

 

A surfer is in the hospital Monday afternoon being treated for a shark bite, EMS officials confirm to Hawaii News Now.

According to an EMS spokesperson, a male was in the water at Oahu's White Plains Beach when a shark bit his right leg.

   

Hawaiian South Shore presents Novus Swell Recap of events in mid July

Hawaiian South Shore TV 07 with Kaipo Guerrero stylin up some contest recap for you. Check it out.

   

What would you rather have: Sharks or Killer Whales?

There's been shark sightings, beaches closed and a recent attack all in Ewa Beach...but take a look at this video of Killer Whales hunting down a bunch of seals. All with surfers just 100 yard away!

Ill take the risk with our Amakua.

   

It kicks off Thursday Aug 15-26. Who's going to win? One possibility...

Kelly Slater is a freak, I know it, you know it, damn, everyone knows it. 

Kelly's record around the globe is incredible and we decided to dig into the stats library and see just how good he is at the famous left of Teahupoo....GO HERE for the Billabong Tahiti Pro

   

UH Student/Pro Surfer Kylen Yamakawa finishes Runner-Up at the ASP 4-Star WQS "Billabong Tahara Pro"

Tahara, Japan (July 28, 2013):  With 1 minute left in the Semifinal #1 Heat, Kylen Yamakawa is behind Shun Murakami and needs a 6.21 score to advance into the Grand Final of the biggest International surfing event in Japan, the ASP 4-Star WQS Billabong Tahara Pro.  With the announcers counting the heat down, Kylen paddles into a wave and executes the biggest Air Reverse of the Event!  The judges reward him with a 7.0 and he earns his spot in the Final of the Billabong Tahara Pro.  He's tackled with hugs by travel partners Cole Yamakawa and Kai Matsumoto on the beach and during his post-heat interview, Kylen is overwhelmed with tears and emotion of accomplishing a lifelong dream of every pro surfer, making the "podium" at a big pro surfing event.  

   

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