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7.22.10

Features

Greg Long Claims 2009 Billabong XXL Ride Of The Year

I think big-wave legend Greg Noll put it best: “I’ve been sitting here looking at these waves tonight pretty much in disbelief. Someone asked me how I compare it to my era. I said it’s kind of like comparing it to a bunch of guys paddling around on rubber duckies in a kiddie pool with […]

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7.22.10

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Fifty Years Of SURFER: A Tribute To Ron Stoner

In coordination with SURFER’s fifty year anniversary and as part of its mission to preserve and archive, the Surfing Heritage Foundation has been working with SURFER Magazine to protect the sport’s most important collection of surf photography. Starting with the Ron Stoner images, the Foundation has been digitally scanning, color correcting and meta-tagging all of […]

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7.22.10

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MaliBlue Festival Aims To Keep The Ocean Clean

The Surfrider Foundation estimates that more than one billion gallons of partially treated sewage is discharged into California’s waterways each day, and an average of 230,000 cigarette butts are collected from California beaches in a single day. MaliBLUE, presented by Emergen-C, is a unique art and music festival that will provide a fun educational backdrop […]

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7.22.10

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Shaun Tomson Remembers the Former OP President

Dick’s house was always filled with interesting people and good vibes—it was like everyone was coming to receive aloha and advice from the master. He was the surf industry guru, part Duke Kahanamoku, part Dalai Lama, part Obi Wan—always knowing the essence of the problem or when there was an opportunity to seize. He was […]

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7.22.10

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Machado And Donavon Rock The House With Uke Legend Jake Shimabukuro

“If everyone owned a ukulele or a surfboard, the world would be a better place.” This is what ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro told a full house at Oceanside’s Grace Theater on Saturday, before he proceeded to blow everyone away with a concert that can only be called “awe-inspiring.” In California to help raise funds for […]

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7.22.10

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A Look At Adam Warden Of AJW Surfboards

How many established shapers can you name who are in their twenties? Think about… Man, those crickets are loud. For one reason or another, you just don’t see too many young shapers immersed in the craft of board-building these days. That’s why it’s impressive to see a young guy cranking out quality surfboards – especially […]

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7.22.10

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Legendary Big-Wave Shaper Talks Heritage And Design

Legendary craftsman Pat Rawson is one of the most sought-after shapers in the world. A Rawson gun is synonymous with the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaiian winters, and big-wave performance surfing. We caught up with the master craftsman while he was here in Southern California during a shaping tour de force. Give us some background […]

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7.22.10

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Colorful Characters Make You Laugh Out Loud As They Comment On Bells

Fantasy Surfer Mad Clips: Bells Beach Breakdown Mad Clips Bells Beach Fantasy Surfer Break-Down from josh coville on Vimeo.

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7.22.10

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The 20th Anniversary Women’s Pipeline Pro Wraps Up

Once a year, girls have priority at Pipe. The water is cleared, and the non-competitors are forced to sit longingly on the beach as clean, 2- to 3-foot (Hawaiian) conditions provide the ideal setup for a day of friendly surf. In its 20th anniversary year, the Pipeline Women’s Pro, a three-division all-girls event, attracts bodyboarders […]

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7.22.10

Features

Dusty Payne Wins Kustom Air Strike And $50,000

In the end, it all came down to a jacket literally made out of money. All of the talk, all of the hoopla, an entire year’s worth of uploads, downloads, rotations, liens, and mutes, and it all came down to this: a single, massively tweaked-out golden frontside air that earned Maui’s Dusty Payne—the boy that […]

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