Courtesy of Mike Killion
While we surf perfect waves in warm water without bother...this poor guy just needs to surf no matter what.
Forty-year-old cited for violating city park ordinances for being at a closed beach.
Lifelong surfer Rex Flodstrom couldn't resist the Lake Michigan waves Jan. 17.
All I can say is 'lucky we live Hawaii'...
FEBRUARY 1, 2012 - KAILUA, HI - Hawaiian Island Creations is proud to announce the addition of Leila Hurst to
the HIC Surfboard Team! Shortly after striking a sponsorship deal in early January, Leila headed off to Australia with
a new quiver of Eric Arakawa boards in tow and ended up clinching the 2011 ASP World Junior Title at the Billabong
World Junior Championships. HIC Brand Manager, Mitch McEwen, said "We couldn't be more stoked to have Leila
on the team - and then right away she wins the World Junior Title. Unbelievable!"
Is this a preview of the 2012 end of the world? The supposed apocalypse is less than 12 months away. This video, presenting 'the end' through the eyes of surfers, has gone viral.
'Apocalypse Later, Surf Now,' is making the rounds on the web. 'If the world came to an end, where would you be? Better be #SURFING!' tweeted one surfer, 'Stunning take on how the world will end,' commented another.
With an eerie soundtrack, the video was shot with a GoPro camera. The creator, 'keef70' had the original video and then sprinkled it with visuals of the apocalypse via Maya, Mocha and After Effects.
Above: John Florence with his $20,000 first place check. Photo: Bielmann
NORTH SHORE, Oahu - (Feb. 1st, 2012) - The final day of competition at the 2012Volcom Pipe Pro ended in a spectacular showdown in the last 10-seconds of the 35-minute final with John Florence taking 1st place with a buzzer-beating 9.93 Backdoor barrel. His last wave, together with his earlier perfect 10-point ride, put his combined heat score at 19.93 out of a possible 20 to edge out former Pipe Pro Champion Jamie O'Brien in 2nd, Kai Barger in 3rd and Nate Yeomans in 4th.
Updated for Wednesday 2/1/12: Surfs firing 5-8' and glassy early with lefts and rights and barrells galore.
NORTH SHORE, Oahu - (Jan. 31, 2012) - The third day of competition for the 2012 Volcom Pipe Pro started this morning in absolutely perfect 10-12 foot Pipeline. We awoke to pumping surf that cranked all day long from the same WNW swell that washed out Pipeline yesterday.
Maui, Hawaii BIG Monday 30 January 2012 when Oahu was up to 20' ....Peahi got over 30'
Jaws bites - Big wave surfers, Jeff Rowley, Greg Long, Shaun Walsh and Albee Layer ‘paddle-in’ to gigantic 15 metre (50 foot) plus waves at Peahi “Jaws” and cement paddling in as the new frontier in big wave surfing.
Rowley and friends were on Maui, Hawaii waiting for the monster surf to hit the Peahi, "Jaws" reef and produce the worlds biggest surfable waves.Taming the T-Rex of Surf
On one of the biggest waves of the day, Rowley took off underneath the pitching lip of the wave.
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Reynolds will face Kelly Slater in Round 1 when the contest kicks off
Surf News, 30 January, 2012 : - - Coolangatta -- Dane Reynolds may have decided to sit out the ASP World Tour for 2012 but spectators will still get to enjoy his extraordinary talents when he lines up as a wildcard at the Quiksilver Pro presented by Land Rover starting on the Gold Coast from 25th February.The 26-year-old from Ventura, California, is easily one of the most exciting and creative surfers on the planet but endured a difficult year on the Tour in 2011 which was badly disrupted by injury.
By Ross Williams. If you were patient enough there was a really good tube ride to be found. That was the order of the day at the Volcom Pipe Pro when surfers woke up Sunday morning to four to six feet of windy, wonky treasures. After the size, chaos and carnage of Sunday, the second day of the contest saw the conditions a lot more tame, but nonetheless, there was still plenty of dodging, ducking and diving to maneuver in and out of the barrel. A strong 15 to 25 mph trade wind whipping across the North Shore didn't help matters. Just the same, there were a lot of good rides that went down and plenty of guys showed why they're paid to surf.
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