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GMac and Nicole Macias visit 'Caught on Camera: In a Split Second'


Surf News :   -  -  Garrett McNamara and Garrett's mother earth, Nicole Macias, drop in on MSNBC's 'Caught on Camera: In a Split Second' this Sunday, September 23rd at 8pm ET. You will get to see rare footage and inter views of Garrett and Nicole speaking of the day he caught the record breaking 78-foot wave in Nazaré, Portugal along with Nicole's gnarly wipeout that made her think twice about riding big waves. You won't want to miss this.


Kelly won his 1st Pro event right here over 2 decades ago...not even he could have imagined his career.

Image Credit: © ASP/ Rowland

11X ASP World Champion Kelly Slater of Florida, USA (pictured) captured his fiftieth career victory winning the Hurley Pro Trestles defeating Joel Parkinson (AUS) in the final on Thursday September 20, 2012.

Slater was quick to put scores on the scoreboard taking an early lead with a 7.83 and capitalizing on his lead by sealing victory off an 8.67 (both out of 10.00). Slater’s victory today earned him US$100 000.

The Hurley Pro Trestles is Stop No. 6 of 11 on the ASP World Championship Tour and includes the World's Top 32 surfers plus two wildcards. Kelly Slater (USA) is the defending champion.



Final Day is over for Thursday. Slater wins his 6th event at Trestles. Wednesday: John John Florence posted the day’s highest heat total on day 4

Photo:Gabriel Medina © D. Bahn / Hurley

Hurley Pro Rounds 3 & 4 finish in pumping Lowers.

Surf News, 19 September, 2012 :  The Hurley Pro at Trestles, Stop No. 6 of 10 on the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), returned to the cobblestone pointbreak of Lower Trestles for the third day of competition, witnessing the world’s best surfers tear in to building four-to-six foot faces & glassy waves.

Joel Parkinson (AUS), 31, current No. 2 on the ASP WCT rankings, opened his Round 3 campaign by unloading the highest single-wave score of the Hurley Pro at Trestles of 9.93 out of 10. The stylish Australian locked into a lengthy righthand wall, combining a seamless array of tail-drifting turns and carves for the near-perfect ride and went on to find a backup score to eliminate California Veteran Taylor Knox (USA), 41.


Day 3 is on for Round 3...plus DAY 2 highlights - Hurley Pro - 2012

Brett Simpson put in a commanding performance against Kieren Perrow, winning the heat by three points, the second largest margin of round two.

What kind of day was it at Lowers? Of the 12 heats surfed in round two of the Hurley Pro, six were decided by less than half a point, and there wasn't one blowout.

If you were a conspiracy theorist, you could question why local boys Pat Gudauskas and Kolohe Andino weren't still in the contest.

But no theorizing needed. Jeremy Flores may have been overscored a touch on his 9.43, and Gudauskas perhaps underscored given the commitment with which he surfed his two high-scoring rides. But not being able to catch a break -- besides stomping what Kelly Slater called the drop of the year at Cloudbreak -- seems to be a common theme for Gudauskas this season. He has had very few things go his way, which is a bummer given how much passion he puts into it.

"In the end it's surfing, and what are you going to do? The sun's still shining," noted patriarch of the Gudauskas clan, Tom. And you wonder where the boys beaming optimism comes from?


Day 2 is ON plus catch day details for the Hurley Pro Trestles: World’s best shine in Round 1


Local boys getting "Electric" in new surf vid

"Electric Wilderness!" is the latest surf movie featuring Conner Coffin, Parker Coffin, Jack Freestone, Clay Marzo, Andrew Doheny and Dillon Perillo.

The 23-minute surf film was shot entirely on location deep in the Sumatran jungle. Filmed by Ryan Perry and Adam Klevin, "Electric Wilderness!" showcases the best of the new school surfing generation. Deep barrels, huge aerial repertoire and powerful turns.


Fuel your surf stoke with a killer new surf vid

Watch the full length version of Analog’s newest surf video, Chromatic. Starring Nathan Fletcher and Chippa Wilson, if you’re a fan of big airs and even bigger barrels, take the 20+ minutes to view this bad boy now.


Surfer poll returns, launches new voting system

 Surf News, 13 September, 2012 : 2012 brings an election year for America and another chance to “elect” the year’s top surfers in the 43rd annual SURFER Poll. Each year, SURFER Poll allows readers to cast their vote for their 10 favorite male and five favorite female athletes who will be honored during the exclusive awards ceremony at Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu during the Triple Crown of Surfing. The voting window is now open and extends until October 31st for the 2012 SURFER Poll, a tradition recognized as the only awards in surfing that are completely decided by YOU.


Catching up with Reef McIntosh


With summer ending, it won't be long until those first NPAC swells start filtering down to Hawaii. What better time to check out one of the North Shore's hardest charging surfers, Reef McIntosh.

Some job titles are very specific. An employer expects one thing of you. For Reef McIntosh, that job is to go ride Pipeline ...Well, that and manage the Quiksilver house directly in front of Pipeline.


The history of the famous surfing shaka sign

The Shaka sign is the famous surfers' hand gesture. The story of the popular sign goes back to the roots of Hawaiian culture.

When the surf culture grew and spread through California and America, during the sunny 1960's, a new body gesture was gaining enthusiasts. Surfers from Hawaii started saluting fellow riders and friends with an original hand sign.


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