7.22.10

Features

#25 Dane Reynolds

SURFER Celebrates the 50 Greatest Surfers of All Time

Dane’s surfing is epic—it’s just so raw and original. He puts his board in places where you can see his body reacting to the wave. He responds to it; he’s not trying to force anything, he just makes things happen. The best surfers ever are guys who do that, they ride the wave the way

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7.22.10

Features

#26 Joel Parkinson

SURFER Celebrates the 50 Greatest Surfers of All Time

Is there a person reading this magazine that doesn’t love watching Parko surf? I doubt it. But if there is, I’d like to meet them just so I could slap them about the head and tell them they’re tripping. I think that my mate Joel Leslie Parkinson is one the most naturally talented surfers of

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7.22.10

Features

#27 Dane Kealoha

I’d be pretty pissed if Dane wasn’t on this list. To me he was a way better surfer than Mark Richards or Shaun Tomson or Rabbit Bartholomew. Not to take anything away from those guys—they’re all great surfers. But Dane was the epitome of power, style, and grace. There wasn’t anybody more powerful. Dane surfed

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7.22.10

Features

#28 Greg Noll

Several years ago, Greg Noll gave two wide-eyed surf journalists a tour of his riverfront compound near the California-Oregon border. The visitors spent a happy afternoon listening to Noll spin vulgar, self-effacing tales of his pioneering escapades in Hawaii. Like so many before, they grilled him about the day in 1957 when he’d led the

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7.22.10

Features

#29 Larry Bertlemann

SURFER Celebrates the 50 Greatest Surfers of All Time

SURFER Celebrates the 50 Greatest Surfers of All Time

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7.21.10

Environmental News

Obama Unveils National Ocean Policy

By Alex Haro President Obama has had to recently fight off accusations involving his poor handling on the BP Oil Crisis. However, he’s had something in the works concerning the welfare of our oceans since long before the Gulf Spill. July 19th marked the unveiling of the country’s first National Ocean Policy to protect and restore

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7.20.10

Features

Nat Young Picks His Favorite

Fresh off a second place finish at the 6-Star Sri Lanka Airlines Pro, Nat Young stopped by to give us his take on INNERSECTION.tv’s Summer Round. Nat put together a strong video segment in the Winter Round, and all but a couple of clips were in his own backyard. Being one of the lucky ten

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7.20.10

Industry News

STEPHANIE GILMORE, IAN “KANGA” CAIRNS AND RANDY LEWIS TO BE HONORED BY THE SURFERS’ HALL OF FAME

Ceremony coincides with annual OC Surfer of the Year contest HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – The Surfers’ Hall of Fame announces yet another outstanding roster of inductees for its 2010 induction ceremony.  Reigning world champion Stephanie Gilmore joins the legendary Ian “Kanga” Cairns and Huntington Beach’s own Randy Lewis to have their hand and footprints immortalized

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7.20.10

Features

An Idiosyncratic Evening

By Christian Beamish It’s a delicate matter, approaching the doorman at the theater with the line stretching around the corner, and trying to explain that you’re a friend of the filmmaker’s and that you’re “supposed” to be there, without resorting to saying “I’m in this flick, let me in,” and sounding like a big jerk.

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7.19.10

Environmental News

Many Hands Make Light Work

By Alex Haro Although the hole in the bottom of the Gulf has been plugged, it’s too early to say whether or not it will be successful. BP’s final solution is still the relief wells, the closest of which is only about 150 feet away from target depth. But even after the ruptured well that

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