Mission: To preserve and conserve Hawaii's land, ocean and culture for future generations from exploitation and over commercialization.
Thank you for supporting my film. My goal is to raise at least $5,000. With that I can pay for licensing archival video footage and photographs from the 1970's. Thus far this film has been funded by myself. The story is told by the IPS surf directors and founding members of the Hui O He'e Nalu. If people are so kind pledge more and surpass my goal of $5,000, then I can hire a musician for film score music and a graphic artist. Thanks again for any support you can give.
The 2013 Vans US Open of Surfing is set to kickoff this Saturday, July 20 and this year’s mammoth event is slated to see over 20 ASP World Championship Tour (WCT) surfers take on the finest up-and-coming talent from around the globe at Huntington Beach Pier.
The Vans US Open of Surfing represents the fourth of only eight ASP Prime rated events in 2013, drawing the world’s best surfers to Surf City in search of crucial points towards their ASP World Ranking in front of millions of passionate fans.
Honokea Surf Parks is the first company to secure U.S. rights to the Spanish-engineered patented Wavegarden technology. Wavegarden Spain had created wave-generating technology designed for surf parks that offers both high performance surfing waves and smaller waves to teach people to surf.
Professional Surfer Dave Rastovich is on a mission to protect dolphins, whales and the ocean they all share in the epic documentary Minds in the Water which will be making it's New York debut at SMASH FEST 1 on Friday, July 26th at 10:30 PM at Villain.
Filmmaker Justin Krumb follows Rastovich as he embarks on an epic journey around the globe on a personal mission to help stop the worldwide commercial slaughter of dolphins and whales. The film captures a moment in a person's life when apathy is no longer an option.
his past Sunday, July 14th, the second stop of the Rip Curl GromSearch series presented by Mophie was full of aloha spirit, as 84 competitors between the ages of 8 - 16 took to the warm beautiful waters of Kewalo Basin on the South Shore of Oahu.
With a strong ESE trade swell in the water, competitors were greeted with clean 2-4 foot conditions all day long, providing highly rippable lefts as well as wedging rights into the ‘air wind.’ With 16 RCGS National Final invite spots on the line, the young boys and girls from across the Hawaiian Islands showed up ready to do battle.
The Kinimaka family line goes back 17 generations in Hawaii, including a time when Hawaii was ruled by its own monarchy and Leleo's namesake was commander of King David Kalakaua's Guard. Leleo is a fantastic modern day example of living Hawaiian culture, tradition 7 heritage, and perpetuation of true aloha.
Cote des Basques, Biarritz Hossegor - After five days of minimal swell, the 2013 Roxy Pro Biarritz has called competition off due to lack of surf; however, Roxy is rescheduling the event in nearby Hossegor for September/October in conjunction with the Quiksilver Pro France, ensuring that the world's best female surfers will retain their scheduled opportunities to campaign for the 2013 ASP Women's World Title, as well as requalification for the 2014 season.
“It's been a challenging week surf wise, but the world's best female surfers have still enjoyed themselves in the beautiful town of Biarritz,” Jessi Miley-Dyer, ASP Women's World Tour Manager, said.
In the entire history of the ASP, only four surfers have been able to put together a perfect heat. Kelly Slater and Joel Parkinson, two of those surfers, have done it twice. Here’s a look at the six perfect heats in ASP history:
Deep Water With Kohl Christensen: Big Ass Cloudbreak
Did he say, “It looked like the perfect swell to down there and warm up on”? I guess Kohl’s idea of warming up is dancing with the devil at Cloudbreak…
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