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Cold Water Classic Tofino in on live

Cold Water Classic Tofino in on live

Posted onOct 12, 2010 by .

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The O’Neill Cold Water Classic is ON today in Tofino, Canada. The waves are 4-5 ft, with light winds, and rainy conditions. The contest is chalked full of some of the best surfer’s in the world, so it’s definitely worth checking out live online if you can. Local surfer and last years winner Peter Devries [...]

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July’s Best Bet: West Oz

July’s Best Bet: West Oz

Posted onJul 07, 2010 by .

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Are you feeling like it’s time to do some traveling in the near future because the NW heat has you cooking in your shoes? Well July’s best bet for surf travel is easy. Western Australia is the place to be. It’s as wild as the wild west was in the cow boy days, only in [...]

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Nike 6.0 Lowers Pro

Nike 6.0 Lowers Pro

Posted onMay 04, 2010 by .

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In light of the big changes that took place this year on the ASP World Tour, all of the lower seeded Star and PRIME contests have been filled with the top guys from the dream tour, which has really shaken things up. The ASP wanted to draw more attention to the less noticed events on [...]

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More Massive Surf

More Massive Surf

Posted onDec 08, 2009 by .

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This is a big week for the surf on the North Shore of Oahu. We’ve started to see the first part of a massive two-day swell generated by Typhoon Nida in the Western Pacific followed by more swell, and then more. It’s been forecasted that the waves this week will be the largest surf to [...]

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Eddie Might Go

Eddie Might Go

Posted onDec 08, 2009 by .

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WAIMEA HITS 40-FEET, QUIKSILVER READIES FOR TOMORROW Australian Legend Carroll Suffers Serious Injury, Now Out. Contestants of the Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau, fueled by Monster Energy, were calling the waves at Waimea Bay today bigger than any contested the past three times this event ran. But organizers opted to employ patience and wait [...]

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Big Tuesday Night-ish

Big Tuesday Night-ish

Posted onDec 07, 2009 by .

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Hawaii got pounded with swell over the weekend. They are seeing the largest surf then they have seen in over ten years. Forecasting swell reports are predicting up to 50 foot waves in the outer reefs of Hawaii on Monday-Tuesday. Just in time for the Eddie too, which might be on tomorrow. We should be [...]

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Massive Swell heading our way

Massive Swell heading our way

Posted onNov 04, 2009 by .

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The buoy’s are reporting a massive swell on it’s way starting this Thursday and lasting through Monday. Reports are calling for a 27.5 foot swell at 16 second intervales. That should result in wave heights up to 36 feet, or even bigger. Probably not going to be the cleanest waves for surfing though because the [...]

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