The Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro Women’s QS6000 cape was dawned by a new champion Sunday afternoon as Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) battled through victory-at-sea conditions to earn a win over Courtney Conlogue (USA) and is now the Qualification Series (QS) points leader. Weston-Webb joins an elite group of women, including Conlogue, who have won this event […]
Largest Women’s Surf Event and Festival Comes to a Close at the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro with Tatiana Weston-Webb Winning Out of Field of 108 Surfers
Kelly Slater Dominates in Triple-Overhead Barrels Winning Volcom Pipeline Pro—His 66th ASP Win
Kelly Slater has reached a remarkable pinnacle, winning his 66th Association of Surfing Professsionals (ASP) win, and his 8th victory at the notoriously huge wave hotspot, Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu, at the Volcom Pipe Pro on February 5, 2014. As an 11-time world champion, Slater knows Pipe and seems to get […]
Retail Round-up: GAP Drops 23%, Cost of Goods Outweighing Retail Price Increases; Zumiez up 18.8%; Snowboard Olympic Medalist, Hannah Teeter Launches SweetCheeks Underwear
Fashion retail in major flux as sourcing costs rise and retail costs struggle to keep margins stable. And the launch of a cool underwear brand.
Big-Wave Surfing Taken to New Limits as Jaws Gets Ski-Surfed Instead of Surfed-Surfed
The progression of big-wave surfing has taken another leap as skier Chuck Patterson skis down the monster faces of Jaws in Maui.
Action Sports Round-up: Bob Burnquist Lands 900 On Mega Ramp; New York Surf Film Fest; Nike 6.0 Title Sponsor of Winter Dew Tour
Surfing Remains North Shore Economic Stimulus Package As the Vans Triple Crown, including Banzai Pipeline Masters, Kicks-off Attracing World’s Top Pros, Media, Fans
In its 26th year, this event series remains one of the strongest in action sports history for both athletes and sponsors.
Maverick’s Big-Wave Surf Championship Goes Off in Half Moon Bay with Pummeling 30-Foot Swell; What This Means for Sports TV Viewership Among Youth Culture Surfing
On Saturday, January 12th after months of tracking the patterns of Mother Nature and officially receiving a greenlight less than 48 hours from Contest Director Jeff Clark, the 2007/2008 Mavericks Surf Contest