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10.11.10

Industry News

World’s Best Lacerate Supertubos in Round 2 Rip Curl Pro Portugal

SUPERTUBOS, Peniche/Portugal (Monday, October 11, 2010) –Supertubos turned on today with offshore three-to-five foot (1.5 metre) barrels for the world’s best surfers to sink their fangs into as the Rip Curl Pro Portugal completed Rounds 1 and 2 of competition. Event No. 8 of 10 on the 2010 ASP World Tour, the Rip Curl Pro

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10.8.10

Industry News

Australia's Jack Freestone and Tyler Wright Claim Oakley ASP World Pro Junior

KERAMAS, Bali/Indonesia (Friday, October 8 2010) – Australian surfers Jack Freestone (AUS), 18, and Tyler Wright (AUS), 16, have shot to an early ratings lead in the race for the undisputed men’s and women’s ASP World Junior Titles, after claiming respective wins at the Oakley ASP World Pro Junior, event no.1 on the ASP World

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10.7.10

Features

Slater Disrobes for ESPN’s Body Issue

ESPN Magazine’s annual Body Issue has always caused a bit of a stir when it hits newsstands. Throw in a naked Kelly Slater running through a field (yes, we swear) and you can bet this one’s sure to get people talking. Along with Slater, the Body Issue unabashedly profiles a list of who’s who in

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10.7.10

Industry News

Rip Curl Women's Pro Portugal Quarterfinalists Decided at Lagido

LAGIDO, Peniche/Portugal (Thursday, October 7, 2010) –The Rip Curl Women’s Pro Portugal, Stop No. 6 of 8 on the 2010 ASP Women’s World Tour, enjoyed a mammoth day of competition for Day 1 of the waiting period, completing Rounds 1, 2 and 3 in offshore three-to-five foot (1.5 metre) waves at the backup venue of

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10.6.10

Features

Frog House Surf Shop, May Have to Close it's Doors

The Frog House surf shop, the second-oldest surf shop in Orange County, might have to close its doors because of residential zoning laws. The shop has been at its Newport Shores location since 1962. A few years later, in the 1970s, the land was zoned for residential-use only. For the full story, click here.

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10.6.10

Industry News

Men's Round 3 Completed in Keramas Tube Time at Oakley ASP World Pro Junior

CANGGU, Bali/Indonesia (Tuesday, October 5 2010): A building swell continues to deliver a smorgasbord of waves for the Oakley ASP World Pro Junior, event no.1 on the ASP World Junior Tour (WJT), with competition being run for the fourth day in a row at Canggu in Bali today. In clean 4 ft (1-1.2m) waves, Contest

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9.29.10

Industry News

America’s Top Juniors Prepare for Oakley ASP World Pro Junior

HUNTINGTON BEACH, California (Wednesday, September 29, 2010) – America’s finest under-21 surfers are preparing for the first event of the inaugural ASP World Junior Tour (WJT), the Oakley ASP World Pro Junior at the flawless righthand pointbreak of Keramas in Bali, Indonesia, which will hold a waiting period from October 2 through 13, 2010. Surfers

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9.29.10

Industry News

DRAGON'S E.C.O. SUNGLASS COLLECTION PARTNERS UP WITH SURFRIDER FOUNDATION

Dragon has partnered with the Surfrider Foundation in an effort to help the oil spill crisis in the Gulf. With every purchase from the new Dragon E.C.O. (Environmentally Conscious Optics) Collection of sunglasses, money will be donated to the Foundation to fund water testing and cleanup efforts all along the damaged areas of the Gulf

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9.29.10

Industry News

Matt Banting Crowned King of the Groms!

The Australian Matt Banting has today earned the King of the Groms Crown on the right-hand waves of the Bourdaines Beach at Seignosse. The 15-year-old team Quiksilver surfer has battled for the most significant title of his age category for the last two years. Beaten by Maxime Huscenot in 2008 and by record-breaking Gabriel Medina

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9.29.10

Industry News

Walu International Fundraiser Tomorrow Night at The W Hotel in San Diego

San Diego, CA- Thursday, September 30th, 2010 @ 7pm- One in six children that die in Papua New Guinea will die of water-borne or sanitary related illnesses. Residents using the beach as their toilet unwittingly add to the cause of these deaths, but lack the education to bring about change. Walu International is a non-profit

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