Wednesday, April 16, 2014 596-SURF , 596-WAVE , 922-BONG , 638-RUSH , 572-SURF(MAUI) , 241-SURF (KAUAI) , 324-RUSH (BIG ISLAND)
   
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ON LIVE NOW - RIP CURL WOMEN'S PRO BELLS BEACH

Heat 1: Courtney Conlogue (USA) 15.00, Malia Manuel (HAW) 14.03, Alessa Quizon (HAW) 8.50

Opening day of the Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells Beach saw the ASP Top 17 take on two-to-four foot waves at Rincon, with Californian Courtney Conlogue, Kauaian Malia Manuel and Oahu's Alessa Quizon up first. After a slow start, Quizon would draw first blood, collecting a few small scores.

 

Dr. Dorian Paskowitz returns this week to Turtle Bay Resort!

Dont miss this Wednesday April 16th. Drop in for this great Surfer, the Bar Talk Story Event! Hear Doc's story, why he traded in his scrubs for a surfboard and how his family got known as the "First Family of Surfing."

 

Team Hawaii wins the 2014 VISSLA ISA World Junior Champs

Following an incredible week of camaraderie and competition between the 32 National Teams, the Final Day of the VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship (WJSC) delivered great waves and exciting surfing performances. The VISSLA ISA WJSC officially closed after all the individual and team champions were crowned.

Hawaii is the new VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship Gold Medal Team and winner of the Team Champion Trophy.

   

Congrats to Michel Bourez Wins Drug Aware Margaret River Pro

Michel Bourez takes his first ASP World Tour victory

Finalists Michel Bourez and Josh Kerr would take to the water at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, with both surfers searching for their first career ASP WCT wins. The bout would get off to a slow start, but Bourez would eventually light up two consecutive waves of 6.33 and 7.57 with his patented forehand power.

 

Duke Kahanamoku Beach Challenge celebrates sports and games this weekend

Article courtesy of Hawaii Magazine

If you’re in the midst of very modern Waikiki this weekend and find yourself yearningt for a glimpse into old Hawaii, check out the 29th annual Duke Kahanamoku Beach Challenge.

The annual event, which benefits the Waikiki Community Center, is a mix of Hawaii heritage and modern Waikiki fun, with double-hulled canoe races, tug-of-war, stand-up paddle board races and a variety of Makahiki season games such as ulu maika(sand bowling) and konane (Hawaiian checkers).

   
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