The Yeti is real and we chased it through forest and stream in the dead of the PNW winter.
A cacophony of bells reverberated around the sandstone cliffs of Bells Beach on Wednesday, announcing the wins of two wholly unsurprising victors.
MANLY BEACH, Australia (Wednesday, October 1, 2008) – The ASP Top 17 are returning to Australia for the richest female event in professional surfing, the Beachley Classic at Sydney’s Northern Beaches, running from October 9 – 14, 2008.
MUNDAKA, Basque Country/Spain (Wednesday, October 1, 2008) – Round 1 of the Billabong Pro Mundaka will run in two to three foot (1 metre) waves at the back-up site of Sopelana today. Heat 1 hit the water at 9am local time.
There’s only a month to go now until the unique SAS surfboard art collection Drawing Boards goes under the hammer at Bonhams.
MUNDAKA, Basque Country/Spain (Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008) – Contest officials made the 45 minute drive to assess conditions at the back-up site of Sopelana this morning but ultimately decided to call ASP World Tour competition off for the day.
MUNDAKA, Basque Country/Spain (Monday, Sept. 29, 2008) The Billabong Pro Mundaka waiting period began today, but after assessing conditions at the main event site in Mundaka and the back-up venue of Sopelana until 11:30am, the contest was called off for the day.
CAPBRETON, France (Friday, September 26, 2008) - The Quiksliver Pro France finished wednesday but the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) are about to get back on with European surfers all readying for a good start to the end-of-the-year marathon that will take them from Brazil to the Canary Islands then Hawaii for the showdown. We caught up with current ASP WQS No. 3 French surfer Tim Boal (Anglet, FRA), on his career, training, goals, and a look back on this year...
SEIGNOSSE, France (Friday, September 26, 2008) - Michel Bourez (Tahiti, PYF), 23, current ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS) No. 14 and wildcard in the Quiksilver Pro France, ended his run in the Quarterfinals of the event after defeating three of the top 20 surfers including ASP World Tour No. 3 and 4 Bede Durbidge (AUS) and Joel Parkinson (AUS) respectively in Round 3 and 2.