SURFER Magazine

SURFER Magazine

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7.22.10

Features

Jury Trial Underway in Honolulu

Legendary North Shore surfer and alleged colorful Sunset Beach icon Owl Chapman is suing The Surfers Journal (TSJ) in an Oahu Federal Court to answer to charges of libel. The jury trial, which started last week (Feb. 24), will determine whether or not TSJ was libelous for publishing “El Hombre Invisible (With Apologies to William […]

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7.22.10

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Fitzgibbons And Fellow Rookies Stand Out At Duranbah

This morning, in fun but small waves at Duranbah, women’s surfing took another skip in a series of recent steps forward. Though only a few handfuls of spectators stood by in the blazing Monday morning sun, those present witnessed the talent and poise of women’s surfing’s next generation. Sunday evening a rumor went around that […]

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7.22.10

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Slater Continues With Small Boards And Success

The opening day of the 2009 ASP World Tour season got underway this morning, with the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast presented by LG completing Round 1 in clean two-to-three foot (1 metre) waves at the backup venue of Duranbah Beach. Event No. 1 of 10 on the 2009 ASP World Tour, the Quiksilver Pro Gold […]

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7.22.10

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2008 ASP Wrapped Up & 2009 ASP Revving at the Starting Line

Pictured: Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew (AUS), 54, ASP International President, in the middle of his farewell speech at the ASP World Champions’ Crowning last night. COOLANGATTA, Australia (Friday, February 27, 2009) – The world’s best surfers congregated at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre last night for the ASP World Champions’ Crowning. Surfing’s “night of […]

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7.22.10

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Lookout For Wildcards, Slater, Locals, and Bede Durbidge

The 2009 ASP World Tour season is knocking at the door, and if you don’t get up soon, it’s going to pass you by. As the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast hits the starting blocks, we drafted up a list of five things to keep in mind when selecting your Fantasy Surfer Team. Just some advice […]

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7.22.10

Features

Kelly And Andy Let The Champagne Fly In Santa Barbara

Ever since announcing he was taking a brief respite from tour life Andy’s been on a bit of a whirlwind tour as of late, charging Teahupoo, a week in Fiji, a sold-out premier of A Fly In The Champagne in Encinitas Thursday night, then another premier in Santa Barbara on Friday. It appears taking a […]

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7.22.10

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Starfishermen Catch A Tiger Shark At Tahiti's Most Fearful Wave

You know that story about the boy who picks up drying starfish on the sand and throws them back into the ocean to save their lives? Well, On February 20, 2009, Didier and Grard Parker boated out to the reef by Teahupoo to do exactly the opposite. They were casting for starfish, insistent that starfish […]

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7.22.10

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Mr. Wright Becomes Mr. Wright Now

Take a gander at Owen Wright, the most competitively ruthless Australian surfer in the Hot 100. Since kicking off ’09, Mr. Wright’s been on a winning binge, getting messy with three consecutive Pro Junior victories over a very adept playing field. Just after winning his third Pro Junior, we got in touch with the lanky […]

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7.22.10

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Project SOS Aims to Raise Awareness

Tanna Frederick is the event organizer for the Project SOS Surf-a-thon. Frederick’s organized the event to raise money for the non-profit organization Oceana. Oceana campaigns globally to protect and restore the world’s oceans. Besides being a surfer and ocean lover, Tanna is a rising star in Hollywood.She won’t admit it, but she can probably kick […]

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7.22.10

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FANTASY SURFER INSIDER

It is that time! It’s time to pick your Fantasy Surfer team. So much is at stake here including pride, prestige, tons of prizes and millions of dollars in lost productivity at work. If we ever needed to think clearly, this is the time. Kelly Slater should anchor each and every Fantasy Surfer team. Nevertheless, […]

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