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Sunny Garcia wins the HIC Pro

11 November, 2012 - - Honolulu - North Shore surfing legend Sunny Garcia has won the HIC Pro at Sunset Beach, replicating a win he enjoyed here 20 years ago in the early stages of his storied career. Today he accepted the victory while holding his baby grandson, who shares his name. Garcia says his win today is the perfect primer to launch his bid for a 7th series title at the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, which starts on Monday.

   

Saturday is ON for the Vans Triple Crown with the Reef Hawaiian Pro.

 

 

30th Anniversary VANS TRIPLE CROWN OF SURFING. North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.REEF HAWAIIAN PRO BACK ON.Top Seeds Hit the Water TodASP Prime Event ~ $250,000. EDITED VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS FOR WEB FROM YESTERDAY

 
HONOLULU - (Saturday, November 17, 2012) -- The REEF Hawaiian Pro returns to Haleiwa Ali'i Beach today with the top seeds in the Round of 64. Heat times are 25 minutes. Clash of the Legends Part 2 hits the water at 12:15pm. Waves are in the 4-6 foot range.
Kelly Slater and Sunny Garcia hit the water at around 10:55am, followed by John Florence, Dane Reynolds, Josh Kerr, Bede Durbidge....

   

HIC PRO FINAL- Sunny Garcia Wins! + REVIEW FROM DAY 3

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"I've been doing a lot of coaching with kids so just playing the game, watching them play the game, and repeating back to them how to play the game helps a lot," said Hart. 

 
"It's not who you're against in the water - it's yourself, the ocean, and time. I try to tell the kids that. It's very important. Just making it out of every heat and having fun is the goal."
   

Tonight (Friday) Surfer the Bar presents: John Cruz Live in Concert Fundraiser for North Shore Jr. Lifeguard Program

Lets help our future Life savers of our beaches and enjoy Grammy Award winning music tonight! yES, it's John Cruz Live at Surfer the Bar HERE
Don't miss one of the most talented artists to ever come from Hawaii. Named best singer songwritter by Hawaii Magazine, winner of a Grammy Award, and winner of 3 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, his warm heartfelt melodies and passionate soulful vocals embody the spirit of Hawaiian Sound.

Doors open at 6:00 pm. Show starts at 8:00 pm. 21 and over

   

The 2nd Annual Steep and Deep Pipeline Photo Challenge started November 10 and is going strong

We are excited to announce the second annual Steep and Deep Pipeline Photo

Challenge. The contest returns after a successful inaugural event, with Billy Kemper and photographer Zak Noyle taking top honors for a dreamy, backlit Pipe bomb. This year we look forward to even more barrels more prize money — all in loving memory of Sion Milosky.

   

Interview with John John

Surf News - - John John Florence has overcome some massive challenges to now be sitting in fourth place on the ASP World Tour ratings. Impressive accomplishment for an Hawaiian grom in his rookie year. EpicTV Surf Editor Dave Mailman asks John John what it's like to paddle out against the best surfers in the world, and what it feels like to beat them. John John talks about airs, competition and the current 'everything' level of today's surfing.

   

Taj Burrow Wins O’Neill Coldwater Classic, Joel Parkinson Retains ASP WCT Lead. Slater 3200 behind.

Taj Burrow © Miller/O'Neill

Surf News, 6 November : Taj Burrow (AUS), 34, has won the O’Neill Coldwater Classic, Stop No. 9 of 10 on the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), over Matt Wilkinson (AUS), 24, in solid six foot (2 metre) waves at Steamer Lane.

Taj Burrow quietly advanced through the opening rounds of competition, building momentum throughout the latter rounds while punctuating his efforts on the final day with an amazing variety of forehand maneuvers. Burrow toppled young Brazilian Gabriel Medina (BRA), 18, and goofy-footer Travis Logie (ZAF), 33, en route to the Final against compatriot Wilkinson.....

   

The 8th Annual Da Hui North Shore Beach Cleanup is Saturday, November 10th from 8:00am - 11:00am.

Join Kokua Hawaii Foundation, Sustainable Coastlines, The Eddie Aikau Foundation, Surfrider Foundation and Da Hui as we clean up beaches from Haleiwa Beach Park through Kahuku in an attempt to beautify and preserve Oahu's North Shore.

Check-in is at 8:00am at the Turtle Bay Resort stables. At 8:30am shuttles and carpools depart to the different zones along the coast. We will also be sorting the trash to remove recyclables and hard plastics to be shipped to Method for more Ocean Plastic packaging.

Bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and reusable water bottle. Optional items that might be useful would be reusable bags (onion sacks, pillowcases, feed bags, etc.), sand sifters (strainers), and anything else that will make your day more enjoyable.

   

HIC Pro ON NOW- WATCH IT LIVE- in new building WNW swell. Expected 5' by the evening

Sunny Garcia © Bernie Baker

Vets Garcia & Sullivan go strong along with upstarts Colt Ward & Makana Eleogram

Surf News, Monday November 5, High seeds entered the draw at the HIC Pro presented by Vans, and solid 8-10 foot Sunset surf guaranteed a heavy workout for all, and hard fought wins for just a few.

Among the standout campaigners today were Jake Davis (Capistrano Beach, CA); Makana Eleogram (Hana, Maui); Kalani Chapman (North Shore); Sunny Garcia (North Shore); and Pancho Sullivan (North Shore). Surprise eliminations included that of former HIC Pro champion Billy Kemper (Maui); Takayuki Wakita (Japan); and New York's Balaram Stack.

   

Taj beats Wilko in the Final to Win the O'Niell CWC 1120am HI Time.

Surf News, 6 November, 2012 The O’Neill Coldwater Classic, Stop No. 9 of 10 on the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT). Taj was in form the entire event as was Wilko; it was a close heat; Taj was hungry for another win this year. Breaking it down all Wilko had to do was finish one wave and he would have won. So many Pros couldnt handle the end section at Steamer. Many would say the Lane won this event.

   

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