Tuesday, September 23, 2014 596-SURF , 596-WAVE , 922-BONG , 638-RUSH , 572-SURF(MAUI) , 241-SURF (KAUAI) , 324-RUSH (BIG ISLAND)
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The 2013 QS Makahiki Festival is on out on the wild west side Makaha. Come check it out.

Photo: Bernie Baker

Surf is 4-8' with North winds and its really good timing. Makahiki is a festival for hawaiians to celebrate the time of harvest. On the island of Oahu at the famed break of Makaha this is exactly what they did. Quiksilver’s Makahiki brought family and friends to ride waves on everything from SUP, Canoe to tandem. See you there Saturday-Sunday.


Dorian & crew paddle-into HUGE Portugal

Billabong Adventure Division’s latest project to the Portugal’s big-wave spot of Nazaré has resulted in Shane Dorian, Eric Rebiere and Benjamin Sanchis surfing some of the biggest waves ever paddled into in Europe. On Friday 11th January, all three surfers caught some giant waves, with Dorian flying in from his home in Hawaii for the one day and further cementing his reputation as the premier big-wave surfer in the world. 


Surfer attacked by 15-foot tiger shark on Big Island

A surfer is recovering after he was attacked by a shark on the Big Island Wednesday afternoon.

KHON2 has learned that Paul Santos, 43, was attacked by a 15-foot tiger shark about 200 yards off shore of Kiholo Bay.


Over 1500 showed for this Epic one night engagement :the Red Carpet World Premiers of "A DEEPER SHADE OF BLUE"

Congradulations Jack! One of the greatest gatherings of Legends & Hawaii Surf Community in recent history. We joined Director Jack McCoy and his cast of world-renowned surfers, Wed Feb 6th on the Red Carpet, at the great lawn of the Hilton Hawaiian Village… it was the World-Premiere of “A Deeper Shade of Blue!”…Folks won won prizes from the House of Marley, Sol Cabana, West Surfing products and two round-trip tickets to anywhere Hawaiian Airlines flies and we even got a special performance by Jack Johnson!

it's a master piece with Master surf film maker, Jack McCoy; he ventures into a new realm with his film “A Deeper Shade of Blue”. This is not a surf movie, it is a film about surfing… its deepest roots from Hawaii.


The SUP World Tour at Sunset Beach Feb 7-15

Arguably the most iconic event on the Stand Up World Tour Calendar will once again kick the season off in style from the 7th - 15th February: the Sunset Beach Pro brings together the world's best set against one of the most formidable backdrops and one of the world's most infamous waves, found at the heart of Oahu's Fabled North Shore.


Peter Mel WINS the Mavericks Invitational

There was a sense of inevitability when dawn broke on the much anticipated Mavericks Invitational presented by GoPro. Half Moon Bay was buzzing with activity, but down on the docks salty locals exchanged grim looks as word of the conditions filtered back from the lineup a mile away. The tide was high, the reports said. It’s inconsistent, they warned. It’s still not that big, they complained.


If you surf big waves, you MUST read this

As As surfers, we attempt to spend a majority of our free time in the water, preferably above the water.  However this doesn't always happen, especially in big waves.  So in order to stay alive, we must train and learn to adapt.  This includes things like breath holding, and the of course the best people to ask are free divers.  So it is no coincidence, especially here on the North Shore, that the best big wave surfers are also great freedivers. 


Rip Curl Hell Team: Hawaii ..having fun, ripping, playing

This is what is about. Somewhere is a World Tour competitor down the road. For now tho' they're just doin' what they love.

Check out the video...


Surfing the East Side with Zeke Lau

Ezekiel Lau (better known as Zeke) is coming of age as a surfer and competitor right in front of our eyes with some impressive and creative surfing. Zeke is known for having a unique blend of style, speed, and power. Ezekiel sets himself apart as a private school student at Kamehameha Schools (an Institution for students of Hawaiian Ancestry) while pursuing a competitive surfing career in which he claimed 4 National Titles. Surfing is his passion and he hopes you will develop a passion for watching him as he comes up in rank as the next generation of surfing’s’ finest.


Land Ahoy in Pupukea with Alex & Koa Smith

For the handful of professional surfers fortunate enough to score a room in a plush team house, a winter on the North Shore is paired with private chefs, beachfront bedrooms overlooking some of the most sought-after real estate in the country, and rumored team masseuses. But this is a far cry from reality for most surfers on the North Shore. For the unsung masses, the surfers trying to make a name for themselves or those with sponsors unable to own or rent a home for the season, finding a place to lay their head is a battle in and of itself. For Kauai’s Alex Smith, who doesn’t have a main sponsor, an open mind and a little creativity found him with some of the most interesting digs of the season. Alex spent his winter on a boat, a dry-docked vessel in the mountains.


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