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Tom Curren steals the show at the J-Bay Open

 

During its stop in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, the ASP World Tour unveiled a new contest within the contest called the “Heritage Series.” Pitting former ASP world champions Mark “Occy” Occhilupo and Tom Curren against each other, the ASP chose two of the most popular surfers in the world and let them do their thing on the long walls of J-Bay.

 

SNN teams up with UH and the PACIOOS site. Is the Ala Wai and Ala Moana Bowl safe?

After this last weekend of crazy rain, thunder and lightening we know what can happen to our water with rain run off. Now you can actually watch the plume out of the Ala Wai to see how far the bad water moves into our favorite playground. SNN and UH will keep you in safe in the line up with this great product by PACIOOS. Check it out HERE

 

Fanning ousts best friend Parko to take his 3rd JBay Open title

Pic: Mick Fanning © ASP/Cestari

Mick Takes J-Bay Open in Simply Sensational Supertubes and is in the hunt for a consecutive world title!

Surf News, 19 July, 2014 - Jeffreys Bay, South Africa - Reigning ASP World Champion Mick Fanning (AUS) took a giant step towards a fourth title when he defeated compatriot Joel Parkinson in the Final of the J-Bay Open in simply sensational waves at Supertubes in Jeffreys Bay.

Stop No. 6 of 11 on the Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), the J-Bay Open enjoyed an excellent opening day of competition and great surf during the holding period before all the elements came together to produce an epic finale in pumping 6-10 foot (2-3 metre) hollow waves...

   

RipCurl GromSearch finishes up at Kewalo's

After the second stop of the 2014 Rip Curl GromSearch, at Kewalo Basin on Oahu, the line is busy with talk of young Hawaiian champions. Talk of how the best from Kewalos will go on to the National Final at Trestles, and possibly the International Final at an undisclosed, world-class wave later this year. Talk of how from there, they’re likely to go on to world-class careers. If one thing is worthy of so much talk, it’s the future. No need to dial, these kids beat you to it. 

 

Mick Fanning wins it in EPIC 5-8' Jeffries.

Date: Saturday, July 19, 2014
Schedule: Round 5 (Heats 1-4), Quarterfinals, Semifinals
Conditions: Double overhead surf at Supertubes
Joel Parkinson (AUS) exploded out of the gates, catching a brilliant wave on the buzzer. On his way to a big score, though, he couldn’t exit a tight barrel on the inside. Fanning on the very next wave found a double barrel and sweetened the ride with powerful carves, to post an excellent 9.00 and take an early lead...FOR THE VIDEOS and Photos and Full Scoops hit up ASP HERE

   
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