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Greg Long crowned Big Wave World Champ

The Big Wave World Tour has successfully completed its fourth season as Greg Long is crowned Big Wave World Champion at the Surfing Heritage Foundation Museum in San Clemente, Ca.
When Long arrived in Peru this past summer it was clear by the look in his eyes that he was there to win it all.  Greg would take his dedication, focus and training and make every final of the 2012/2013 season.  His consistency throughout the year was nothing short of spectacular. 


Payne edges out Kerr to earn Drug Aware win and his 1st ASP Victory!

Josh Kerr &nDusty Payne © ASP/Robertson

Dusty Payne Wins ASP Prime Drug Aware Margaret River Pro

S24 March, 2013 :  A drama filled week of action at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro was wrapped up by a Hawaiian double at Surfers Point today when Dusty Payne won the Men’s Final, after countrywoman Carissa Moore won the Women’s WCT event earlier this afternoon.

In wild conditions at Mainbreak, Payne won the final dual against Australian Josh Kerr, with the 2010 Margaret River champion unable to repeat his magic acts from earlier in the event.The final was an even contest to begin with as both surfers struggled to find a decent score from the building eight foot plus sets....


Hawaiians Moore and Payne Crowned 2013 Drug Aware Margaret River Pro Champions

Carissa Moore (HAW) and Dusty Payne (HAW) have both claimed victory at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in solid surf today. Both surfers fought through a stacked field of the world’s best to claim their respective wins and etch their names in the history books as winners at the world-class Surfers Point, Margaret River, WA, Australia.

Stop No. 2 of 8 on the ASP Women’s World Championship Tour, the 2013 Drug Aware Margaret River Pro has seen Tyler Wright retain the ASP Women’s World No. 1 position after finishing runner-up to Moore. The rest of the surfers moved and shuffled around the rankings, with last year’s top 4 further stretching the gap between them and the rest.


RANDY RARICK: A Lifetime of Surfing and Shaping

Most figures in surfing history tend to fit neatly into one category or another. They are either explorers, shaping virtuosos, big-wave hellmen or solid persons of industry. Randy Rarick spans all these niches and beyond.

Rarick dreamed up the Triple Crown of Surfing and with partner Fred Hemmings crafted the blueprint for the professional world tour. He was on the beach in Byron Bay when the shortboard revolution took root, and he has shaped boards for some of the best surfers in history.


The best waves at Kirra came after the contest

Some epic waves at Kirra last week.

While the ASP season kicked off with great conditions in OZ, some of the best footage is from these guys NOT competing.


Ian Walsh hosts 10th Annual Menehune Mayhem at Ho'okipa, Maui

Ian Walsh’s Menehune Mayhem celebrated its 10th anniversary on Saturday with 120 young contestants surfing in 10 divisions. There were 38 heats, in 4 to 8 foot waves, providing the youngsters with challenging, but highly contestable, surf at the Pavills Peak. Menehune Mayhem is a surf contest that celebrates community and the scholastic achievements of its participants.


Drug Aware Pro calls it a Lay Day

With near flat condition on day three of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro contest officials have called a lay-day. Swell forecasts are tracking a significant swell that's due to hit South West WA later in the week, but small surf has forced a day off today.


The North Shore Surf Shop Pipeline Pro Junior sets new standard!


It’s no secret that the Banzai Pipeline is the most exciting and dangerous wave in the world and to win an event out there is one of the most prestigious achievements in the sport of Surfing.


        On March 14, 2013 history was made as Kalani David won the 2nd annual Pipeline Pro Junior in a tightly contested final.  Kalani surfed incredible the entire event and at the young age of 15 he showed skill and knowledge of the ocean beyond his years. Kalani will undoubtedly be a stand out at Pipeline in the future and this event will serve as a massive confidence booster as rises in the ranks of the A.S.P.


Surf n Sea Pipeline Women's Pro wraps up in near flawless conditions


Pipeline today was in the 4-6 foot range all day with a few tubes for the Junior surfers. The light variable winds played a critical role in today's event keeping conditions near flawless for the full day of competition.


What it takes to be a champ

Don't get too comfortable Joel.. congrats on the world title, but now you have a target on your back..and the boys are coming for you.  With the first stop of the ASP World Tour in the books, and a hot new race underway, there is no question that Joel as a lot of work to do if he is to defend his title this year.  Kelly just won his 52nd tour victory on the first stop of the tour, and in Australia....that's gotta sting!


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