7.27.10

Features

O’Neill Cold Water Classic Series In A Nutshell

By Casey Butler The third event in the O’Neill Cold Water Classic series kicked off yesterday, with perfect 3-4 foot waves at the Dunes in Cape Town. South Africa, still buzzing from the World Cup and Jordy’s J-Bay win, now hosts what some call “the wildest event in pro surfing.” The water on the Cape Peninsula

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7.26.10

Environmental News

Through The Eyes Of Mary and Friends

Pro surfers Mary Osborne, James Pribram and Chuck Patterson were down in the Gulf of Mexico for sometime illustrating the sadness and sense of urgency currently taking place. Mary and friends hope that through internet blogs, television interviews, and magazine articles society as a whole will discover what we all can do to protect our planets

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7.26.10

Industry News

AR4T SPACE and Ben Brough Present: "A Million Charming Creatures"

210 AR4T SPACE and Ben Brough Present: “A Million Charming Creatures” FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 22, 2010 (Laguna Beach, CA) 210 AR4T Space is proud to offer new work from artist Ben Brough. “A Million Charming Creatures,” a new loose cannon of characters to infiltrate the canvas. A celebration of moments of being tied down

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7.26.10

Industry News

O’NEILL COLD WATER CLASSIC SOUTH AFRICA

The O’Neill Cold Water Classic South Africa kicks off in perfect conditions as Cape Town prepares for some serious swell July 26, 2010. Cape Town, South Africa – Clean 3-4 foot waves, light winds, perfect blue sky and a spectacular mountain backdrop all set the stage for the first day of the O’Neill Cold Water

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7.23.10

Industry News

CLASSIC SURF FILM “PACIFIC VIBRATIONS” TO MAKE WORLD HD PREMIERE AT U.S. OPEN OF SURFING AUGUST 1

Free Event to Officially Kick Off 2010 Surfing Competition LOS ANGELES, CA – July 22, 2010 – Easily one of the all-time great surf films, the “lost classic” Pacific Vibrations, has been digitally re-mastered in high definition (HD) and is coming to television for a whole new generation of surfers, beach bums and environmentalists alike

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7.22.10

Industry News

Local Charger David Rutherford Wins Quiksilver Pro Puerto Escondido

PUERTO ESCONDIDO, Oaxaca/Mexico (Thursday, July 22, 2010) – Local Mexican standout David Rutherford (Puerto Escondido, MEX), 24, charged to victory at his home break of the Mexican Pipeline today to clinch an emphatic win at the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) 4-Star Quiksilver Pro Puerto Escondido over international standouts Kevin Sullivan (Lahaina, HAW), 23, Casey

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7.22.10

Features

Crab Island Potentially No More

By Alex Haro The usual surf-getaway to the tropics is more times than not marred by masses of people all trying to catch their dream wave. Ireland is quickly becoming a destination for many traveling surfers, due to its low crowd level and captivating scenery. Although Crab Island is one of the area’s premier breaks,

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7.22.10

Features

Memories of the Surfer Poll

The Academy Awards of The Surf World

The Academy Awards of The Surf World

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7.22.10

Features

It’s huge, bru!

Grant "Twiggy" Baker surfs what some are calling the "biggest South Africa ever"

Grant “Twiggy” Baker rode what he says was the biggest wave he has ever ridden in Cape Town on Saturday when he and fellow Billabong team rider Greg Long towed each other into waves estimated to be over 70 foot (22 metres) in height. The 35 year-old from Umhlanga, near Durban, and Long, 25, from

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