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Fancy Footwork with Daize Shayne Goodwin

March 25th, 2010 by John Zanussi

Last week we posted a vid of Daize surfing with her 22 month old son in Waikiki. Well here she is now showing off why she’s a Women’s World Champ. Take a look at that footwork. More »

22 Month Young Surfing Baby

March 16th, 2010 by John Zanussi

When your mom is past World Women’s Champion surfer Daize Shayne Goodwin it is given that you are going to be on a surfboard as soon as possible. Here is Daize and her little boy ridding a fun little wave in Waikiki, Hawaii. Watching this video puts a huge smile on my face and I’m stoked for that little kid because he is having so much fun. More »

Clay Marzo at Home

March 13th, 2010 by John Zanussi

I think it’s fair to say that Clay Marzo is super talented when it comes to ridding waves. This kid absolutely rips. Here he is, surfing a real fun looking left at his home in Maui. More »

Conner Coffin in Hawaii

March 6th, 2010 by John Zanussi

Young Conner here, ripping some fun Hawaiian waves. This kid is one to watch in the up and coming years. Check out some nice barrels and some dope cutties. More »

Mark Healey’s 5 Favorite Eddie Moments

February 19th, 2010 by John Zanussi

With the big wave winter season coming to a close on the north shore, Mark Healey closes off his weekly updates with his top five moments from the 2009/2010 Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau. There are some excellent waves in this vid, from Slater trying to get shacked to Andy charging overhead beast-style shore break.  Check it out. More »

Pipe and Backdoor

February 11th, 2010 by John Zanussi

Hawaii’s North Shore got a real hot swell that lit up the beach with hype and gnarly barrels. Pipeline and Backdoor were  an HD visual show that was put on by the masters of the break. Check out some dope barrels. More »

Jaws Wipeouts of 2009

February 11th, 2010 by John Zanussi

Hawaii had some serious swells hit the islands. Jaws was going off with some of the gnarliest waves. The guys out there get great respect for riding these waves but don’t always get the respect back from the ocean. Check out some of the scariest wipe outs at Jaws of ’09. More »


Jamie O’Brien Wins Volcom Pipeline Pro

February 1st, 2010 by John Zanussi

  Jamie O’Brien wins it big in epic conditions in his own backyard at the first ever Volcom Pipeline Pro. Volcom put on a five star ASP World Qualifying Series event which gave the winner (O’Brien) $16,000 and 2,000 rating points. O’Brien pounded his way through four days of competition, going up against the best of the best at Pipeline and being on top in the final day. The final consisted of Jamie O’Brien HAW (17.00), Anthony Walsh AUS (14.87), Mark Mathews AUS (14.14), and Danny Fuller HAW (12.16). Two high scores – 8.77 and 8.23 – sealed the deal for O’Brien, giving him a two wave total of 17.0 out of a maximum 20. This is O’Brien’s fifth win at Pipeline (one Pipeline Masters, one Backdoor Shootout, and three Pipeline Pros). The final was an exciting heat as in the dying seconds it was really still anyone’s win. O’Brien said in an interview, “..I started praying it was going to go flat at the end, and Mark looks at me and says, ‘I bet you’re praying it’s going flat’, and I was like, yeah!”. Growing up in Hawaii and having Pipeline as your backyard is a huge advantage, but Pipe is still one of the hardest and deadliest waves to ride. Jamie has put in his time and his dues, and no wonder this is his fifth win at Pipe. Volcom teamed up with Electric and made the event more ‘green’ by having the event held inside the Volcom house and have hardly any tents on the beach. Another cool thing they did was use metal bottles and cans instead of plastic for the environment. Volcom is stepping up and getting more involved in events now, which is pretty cool. Congrats to Volcom, with their first ever ASP event and it being held in the epic Pipe conditions. Also, congrats to Jamie’O for his monster win at the Volcom Pipeline Pro! Check out the pictures below of Jamie’O in the whole event. More »

Contests, Features

Volcom Pipeline Pro

January 31st, 2010 by John Zanussi

  Volcom decided to put on its first ASP contest ever and what better place to hold it then the North Shore of Oahu at Pipeline. This 5-star event is the first WQS contest of 2010 and will be running from January 23rd  to February 5th. Volcom is putting up $120,000 as the prize purse so it should be pretty interesting. Be sure to check this one out and watch the live webcast on Volcom’s website. You can also stay updated on Volcom’s Facebook and Twitter pages. More »

Volcom Pipeline Pro – Day One Highlights

January 29th, 2010 by John Zanussi

Pipe was absolutely going off on day 1 one of the Volcom Pipeline Pro. If you haven’t been watching the live web cast, you need to watch this video. Even if you have been watching live, there are some insane shacks and sketchy wipeouts that are definitely  worth seeing again. More »

Contests, Features

Vans Triple Crown Announces Record $1,000,000 Prize

November 11th, 2009 by John Zanussi

The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing is making history this year, by announcing the Triple Crown total prize purse will be  total of $1,000,000. This makes it the largest prize amount ever on the ASP World Tour. This prestigious Hawaiian series of events has more than 150 surfers from 17 different nations battling it out with a chance to win all that cash. The first event kicks off tomorrow, November 12, at Haleiwa on Oahu’s North Shore. The Vise President of Marketing at Vans, Doug Palladini, said “2009 has been an incredible year for pro surfing and this Hawaii showdown will be a fitting finale. Vans has a 43-year history of giving back to action sports and I can think of no better way to carry on that tradition than with the Triple Threat bonus purse. On behalf of all the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing staff, our event partners Billabong, Reef, O’Neill, Gidget and the ASP, we are proud to share our aloha with the talented surfers who have made the Vans Triple Crown what it is today.” Here are the extra bonus winnings for the contenders: $50,000 for the Men’s Triple Crown series champion. $50,000 for the Billabong Pipeline Masters winner. $50,000 for the ASP World Tour champion. $25,000 for the Women’s Triple Crown champion. The world tour will end this year like it does every year, at Pipeline. The race is tight and it’s going to come down to Joel Parkinson and Mick Fanning in a battle for first place. The title race has not ended at Pipeline since 2006, which was between Kelly Slater and Andy Irons, where Kelly went on to win and take down his 8th world title. Slater was last year’s world champ and also last year’s Pipeline champ. The events of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing: Reef Hawaiian Pro (Men) – Haleiwa Ali’i Beach Park, Nov, 12-23 Vans Hawaiian Pro (Women) – Haleiwa Ali’i Beach Park, Nov, 17-23 Gidget Pro Sunset Beach (Women) – Sunset Beach, Nov. 24-Dec. 6 ONeill World Cup of Surfing (Men) – Sunset Beach, Nov. 24-Dec. 6 Billabong Pro Maui (Women) – Honolua Bay, Maui, Dec. 8-20 Billabong Pipeline Masters (Men) – Banzai Pipeline, Dec. 8-20 Catch the series live at triplecrownofsurfing.com Hawaii residents will be able to watch the events right in their own homes on the Oceanic Time Warner Cable airing each day of competition live on channel 250. The Billabong Pipeline Masters also will air live on national television on Fuel TV. More »


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