Adrian Buchan Wins Billabong Pro Tahiti

Australian surfer Adrian “Ace” Buchan claimed the Billabong Pro title, defeating 11-time World Champion Kelly Slater in the final at barreling Teahupo’o. It was an exciting final heat in Tahiti as solid four-to-six foot waves challenged surfers to select the waves with the most scoring potential while using their priority wisely. Goofy-footer Buchan found solid […]

Alejo Muniz, Carissa Moore Take Vans US Open Titles

After a week of competition in front of a packed beach at Huntington Beach Pier Brazilian surfer Alejo Muniz has won the Vans US Open of Surfing, taking home a huge purse prize of $100,000 and a healthy amount of ASP Tour points as the Men’s 2013 World Championship Tour hits the halfway mark. Muniz […]

Vans US Open of Surfing Hits HB July 20th 2013

   Get ready for the circus! The Vans US Open of Surfing 2013 kicks off July 20th in Huntington Beach, a short walk across the street from Jack’s Surfboards on Main St. The Vans US Open of Surfing is the world’s largest surfing competition and grows bigger every year. The week-long festival combines surfing, skateboarding, […]

Parko Surfs Perfect Heat, Wins Oakley Pro Bali

Reigning world champion surfer Joel Parkinson wins the Oakley Pro Bali after having surfed the perfect heat, claiming two 10-point barrel rides in Round 5 vs. John John Florence. From there he defeated Michel Bourez in the finals in four-to-six foot surf at the famous right-hand wave, Keramas. “Over the years I’ve been coming here, […]

Volcom Fiji Pro: Slater with the Win, John John takes MVP

Blue skies, blue waves, and up to 10 foot, cloudbreak barrels repeatedly came in Fiji, making the 2013 Volcom Fiji Pro an amazing event to take part of. In the end, it was the top dog, Kelly Slater, beating out the Aussie, Mick Fanning, and getting a perfect 10 run, to take the win. Slater […]

The ASP Volcom Pro – Fiji

It’s June, and the Volcom Pro in Fiji has just kicked off. The top dogs in surfing have gathered in one of the most beautiful islands in the world, in order to do what they do best. The sun is shining, the air and water are warm, and the waves are at a height between […]

Who will Boast at the Gold Coast? The ASP World Tour begins…

The time of year has come again. The air is getting warmer; the plants are filling out; and yes, the ASP World Tour is about to be underway. As die-hard surfers, and hodads alike, make their way to Queensland, Australia, to see the best surfers known, one question is on everyone’s mind. Who is going […]

Looking Forward to the 2013 ASP World Tour

One of the great things about being a fan of competitive surfing is the short offseason. It seems like the Pipe Masters competition—and one of the best world-title races in years—just finished up, and we’re already less than two months from the 2013 World Tour kicking off at Snapper Rocks on March 2. Here are […]

Breaking Down the 2012 Title Race

It looks like the ASP World Title race between Joel Parkinson, Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning is going to be as contestable as the 2012 presidential election, with Kelly playing President Obama, Parko as Mitt Romney and Mick Fanning playing the unlikely successor, but still hopeful Roseanne Barr. Here’s the breakdown as the ASP moves […]

Three Lessons Learned from the Quiksilver Pro France

If you live on the west coast of the U.S., you probably think of the European leg of the ASP World Tour as the surf competitions that are on really late at night. In case you were sleeping while the world’s best surfers were battling it out, here are three things we learned at the […]