Aerial surfing has been gaining momentum in modern waves. Even in contests these days we see guys boosting and getting huge scores. Judges have started to recognize these maneuvers as part of a more porgressive surf style. In Portugal we have already seen some killer airs. So how does a surfer pull an aerial?
Saturday October 13th
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM ~ Keiki Contest: East side of Turtle Bay – the Na Kama Kai Challenge
11:30 AM ~ Prize-giving for the Keiki event
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM ~ Check in for the Long Distance Race from Turtle Bay to Haleiwa (Hang Ten Bar)
12:00 PM ~ Briefing and Opening Pule for the event
1:00 PM ~ Start for the long distance race
2:30 PM – 5:00 PM ~ Finish line and Animation in Haleiwa
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM ~ Dinner and awards at Surfer the Bar featuring music by Underground North Shore artist
9:00 PM – 12:00 AM ~ Live Music from Ernie Cruz....at SURFER the Bar!
World's Top 34 surfers preparing for a possible Weekend start.
The world’s best surfers have arrived in the sleepy, fishing hamlet of Peniche for Stop No. 8 of 10 on the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour, the Rip Curl Pro Portugal, held from October 10 – 21, 2012 at the infamous sand-bottom barrels of Supertubos.
Mick Fanning (AUS), 31, two-time ASP World Champion and current ASP WCT No. 3, was the frontrunner for the bulk of the 2012 season, but fell from first to third on the elite ratings after an uncharacteristic Round 2 exit in France last week.
How Big is it? Some are claiming 50' crest to trough or 30' Hawaii Scale. I'd say its close...somewhere between 25' and 30' on the top sets. Maybe its time to measure is 'increments of fear'...Wow, Good job to all the chargers on this historic early swell. These are good days to be a surfer. gq.
Shane Dorian drops in on a 25' bomb and gets barrelled to boot! Epic Jaws Swell Launches early for Hawaii's season and delivers goods for the Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards. Shane has more entries than most other Big Wave Warriors and is likely to claim more Awards at the end of the season. The long awaited winter big wave surfing season struck the North Pacific in ferocious fashion with a spectacular opening day of waves Tuesday 10.9.12 at Jaws (Peahi), on the north coast of Maui, resulting in a flood of entries into the Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards.Check the video.
The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing hydrated by vitaminwater celebrates its 30th anniversary this year with $1Million in prize money. With 11-time world champion Kelly Slater (Florida) signed on for the 3-event series, he's up against defending champion John John Florence (Hawaii). Slater last won the title in 1998. Now add Sunny Garcia to the mix and it's game on! This year, there will be a one-time $100,000 winner-takes-all cash bonus for the Triple Crown champion. The largest global broadcast of professional surfing in history will take the Vans Triple Crown into more than 200 million homes worldwide.
Day 2 of the Oakley World Pro Junior Championship in Bali, Indonesia, took place in the waves of Canggu. With head high to a little overhead waves, and near perfect conditions, these up and comers, made the most of their time in the water, and showed the world why they are forces in the surf world. The Day 2 highlight video is of the girls rounds. Check it out.
SUPERTUBOS - Tuesday, October 9, 2012 – The world’s best surfers have arrived to the sleepy, fishing hamlet of Peniche for Stop No. 8 of 10 on the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour, the Rip Curl Pro Portugal, held from October 10 – 21, 2012 at the infamous sand-bottom barrels of Supertubos.
The first episode of "Multiple Personality Disorder" is here! The official launch was Tuesday Oct. 9.In it you will see Arnette team riders and local boys Ezekiel Lau, Mason Ho, plus Josh Kerr & Chippa Wilson in amazing locales starting off with Nicaragua. Along with the great surfing in some of Nic's best beach breaks, are the behind the scenes antics of the Arnette team chemistry.
Big-wave tow surfing pioneer, Top 16 international touring pro surfer, record-setting paddleboarder, Polo Ralph Lauren model for over a quarter century. Buzzy Kerbox has remained current and an inspiration for more than 30 years. More recently his passion has taken him from in front of the camera to behind the lens as an avid photographer. To this day, Buzzy remains one of surfing’s most internationally recognized and respected athletes...Doors open at 6p | Talk Story at 8p
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