Tonight! Talk Story with Shark Experts Ocean Ramsey & Juan Oliphant
When: Wednesday, June 3, 2015 – 7:00pm to 9:00pm Where: Surfer, The Bar Talk Story with Shark Experts Ocean Ramsey and Juan Oliphant of One …Read More »
Day 2 is on in even better surf! Plus, Day one coverage.
Carissa Moore nails best tube © WSL/Robertson Fiji women’s pro called on for round 2 Defending event winner Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) will battle wildcard Mahina Maeda …Read More »
Mahalo to Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii x Greenroom Festival Hawaii North to South Cleanup Saturday!
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JOB & crew charge crushing Keiki shorepound
JOB and crew © Jake Marote New episode of “Who is JOB 5.0” is all shorepound silliness Surf News Network, 29 May, 2015. Keiki Beach, …Read More »
LNF: SAND & FURY
LNF PRESENTS: SAND & FURY – Sponsored by Hurley, Oakley and Reef. Directed by Alex Smith while in Bali 🙂 Koa Smith and Billy Kemper …Read More »
Saturday’s the day!
This will be the biggest and best ever! Just click HERE and see you THERE! The 6th Annual HALEIWA SUP RACE is now a downwind …Read More »
Transworld says JJF is the (print) surf media’s most talked about man
JJF at hom at Pipe © Brent Bielmann Surf News Network, 27 May, 2015. Oceanside, California – Today Transworld released their most recent Exposure-Meter, rating …Read More »
Prepping for heavy-water wipeouts with Mark Mathews
How do you prepare to wipeout at one of the heaviest waves? Surf News Network, 25 May, 2015. Mark Mathews has often said that Red …Read More »
Iconic south shore surf comp comes to a close on Memorial Day
Jr. Men Shortboard champion Kaulana Apo finding cover. Photo courtesy: Manulele/Heff Local Motion Surf Into Summer Presented by Vissla Ala Moana Bowls, Honolulu, Hawaii 25 May, 2015 25 May, 2015 – Honolulu – After four days of solid surf, the Local Motion Surf Into Summer ended today at Ala Moana Bowls, with nine champions taking home titles and trophies. Clean conditions in the 3 to 4 foot range graced the lineup for all four consecutive days of the event, offering nice conditions and highly contestable surf for all the competitors. Friday and Sunday saw the WSL QS1,000 pro comp take to the water while the amateur divisions were held Saturday and today. The finals saw a variety of divisions including the Menehune Shortboard, Boys Shortboard, Jr. Men Shortboard, Mens Shortboard, Men Longboard Open, Girls Shortboard 17 & Under, Womens Shortboard 17 & Over, Masters Shortboard 25-34 and Sr. Mens Shortboard 35 & Over. Taking home the Jr. Men Final was Honolulu’s Kaulana Apo, who displayed incredible skill and competitive savvy to ultimately take home the win. The Final saw a close match up amongst some of the state’s best amateur surfers including Cody Young, who took second place and Noa Mizuno, who finished third. Shayden Pacarro, Kona Oliveira and Kelson Lau were also in the 6-man final and placed 4th, 5th and 6th respectively. In the Girls Shortboard 17 & Under Final, Kailua’s Brisa Hennessy battled it out against 5 other top competitors in a fierce heat. Congratulations on the win Brisa, and to Julie Nishimoto for …Read More »
SUPER SLO-MO SLATER, TAJ, JOHN JOHN & PALS
This Memorial Day Weekend, while we bask in the SW and NW swells of our paradise home, lets travel briefly in slow mo. If you …Read More »
Bishop Museum exhibit explores the Duke
Check out the Bishop Museum’s original Duke Kahanamoku exhibit Surf News Network, 25 May, 2015 – Honolulu, Hawaii – Big news in Honolulu: Bishop Museum honors the legacy of …Read More »