The legendary big-wave competition at Half Moon Bay has had its fair share of leadership controversy, but perhaps now, it’s on the right path.
Mavericks Gets New Organizer-Surfers and Photogs
Surfing’s Evolution as a Sport and Lifestyle Has Changed Again: Label Networks Examines Who Loves Surfing; Who Doesn’t (and Why); Plus Viewership Patterns, Size of Market, Top Surf Brands, New Opportunities
While the best big surf events tend to happen in the Northern Hemisphere’s winter months, such as the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing series including the Reef Hawaiian Pro, O’Neill World Cup, Roxy Pro, Billabong Pipeline Masters, Billabong Women’s Pro and Quicksilver’s big-wave Eddie Aikau (all in Hawaii), and Maverick’s Big Wave Surf Competition in Half Moon Bay, surfing tends to be on the “consumer” radar more so in the summer obviously, when people head to the beach, regardless of often flat surf conditions.
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