BANZAI PIPELINE, Hawaii (Thursday, Dec. 13th , 2007) –Rounds 2 and 3 of the Billabong Pipeline Masters, the 10th and final event on the 2007 Foster’s ASP World Tour, will commence in four foot (one metre plus) building swell at the Banzail Pipeline at 8am. More Billabong Pipeline Masters Surf Contest New, Photos and Video from Pro Surfing .com
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Monday, December 10, 2007
Pipeline is the powder keg of the surfing world. Surfers from hundreds of countries travel here to prove their moxie in the caverns of Pipe. With the inundation of surfers in the line-up, the take off zone makes for some volatile situations. Be advised: if you venture to Pipe, be prepared to do battle – not just with the sea, but with your fellow surfers. Check Pro Surfing .com The Billabong Pipeline Masters 2007 contest Headquaters, daily for LIVE! contest coverage, contest news, photo's, video and more. on Pro Surfing .com
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
(November 27, 2007) - After two days of waiting for waves, the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing will get underway today in a rising swell. Waves are five feet and rising. Men's competition will get underway mid-morning. More O'neill World Cup of Surfing Sunset Beach from Pro Surfing .com
SUNSET BEACH, Hawaii (Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007) – Rounds 1 and 2 of the Roxy Pro Hawaii, the second to last event on the 2007 ASP Women’s World Tour, will run in four to six foot (one to two metre) waves at Sunset Beach this morning. More Roxy Pro Hawaii Suset Beach Surf Contest from Pro Surfing .com
Thursday, November 08, 2007
Thursday, November 01, 2007
Foster's ASP World Tour 2007 Event #9
Foster's Women's ASP World Pro Surfing Tour 2007
XCEL PRO SUNSET BEACH HAWAII PRESENTED BYNO FEAR ON PRO SURFING .COM Foster's ASP WQS Tour 2007
Waimea Valley Fundraiser on November 24
Keep the North Shore Country's Second Annual Dinner Party and Silent Auction will be held at the Waimea Valley Audubon Center on Saturday, November 24, 2007.
This is our biggest fundraising event of the year and a great evening of food, music and fun. Special thanks to Waimea Valley Grill for their outstanding catering service, to the generous folks providing the art, surfboards and other valuable items for the silent auction and to the volunteers who help make the event such an enjoyable evening.
Make reservations online and get more details at www.keepthenorthshorecountry.org.
Seating is limited, so book early. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Matching Donations - Fundraising Drive
Donations from individual supporters will be matched by an anonymous donor through the end of this year. Please contact us before donating amounts larger than $5000.
Mounting legal campaigns is very expensive, so contributions, large and small are very much appreciated. Other than the legal fees and some advertising expenses, our overhead is extremely small. The Directors receive no salary and volunteer their time and talents.
Read the Appeal Brief - It's Good!
Our appeal brief was filed in September. The City and Kuilima have until early December to submit their Answering Briefs and we will have another three weeks to Reply to their briefs. Then all of the documents will be reviewed by the Judges on the Intermediate Court of Appeals.
The brief clearly shows how the City failed to follow Hawaii Environmental Law by not taking a "Hard Look" at whether or not a Supplemental EIS is needed for the Turtle Bay Resort Expansion Project.
More Keep The North Shore Country News and Information at Pro Surfing .com
Friday, October 12, 2007
Friday, March 02, 2007
I shot some video of the Big West Swell that hit the North Shore on Feb. 15th, 2007. I shot it from Off The Wall so the angle isn't the best for Pipeline, but the waves are good and the boys are charging.
Check it out: Pipeline Hawaii, Feb 15th 2007 Surf Video. Best Day of the Year
Are you into skateboarding? Check out this video of a young upcoming grom from San Clemente on Skate boarding.com.
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Thursday, January 11, 2007
We're all guilty of this one. Your'e down checking your local spot and you notice it looks kind of fun and the crowd is minimal. Nice... You think, hey? I'll call my buddy and tell him to come down because it looks fun. It so happens that the other 5 or 6 guys on the beach have done the same thing. Then all of the "buddies" call someone else and so on. By the time you get suited up and out in the line up the parking lot is filling up and the spot is crowded.
There are some advantages: (1) You have your own crowd in the line up. It's easier to take over a peak if you have the numbers. If it's going to get crowded anyway, it's better have more of your own friends in the line up. (2) It saves valuable surf time. You can just check out your closest spot and call your buddy at another spot without having to drive there. How many times do you end up checking you favorite spot, drive up and down the coast, and end up surfing the first spot you checked loosing surf time? (3) It saves on fuel consumption. Better for you wallet and the environment.
Next time it looks fun and is uncrowded, take a moment and think about it.
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