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Fanning Wins In Portugal, Jordy Second

by zigzag / posted on 1 day ago
Mick

The world title race just got very interesting after Mick Fanning (AUS) cruised to victory over Jordy Smith (ZAF) in the final of the Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal. The win is Mick’s third on tour this year, which equals current ratings leader Gabriel Medina’s tally for the season. The result has also given him […]

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World Title Will Be Decided at Pipe (Gabriel Eliminated in Portugal)

by zigzag / posted on 2 days ago
Gabriel

Much of the talk leading up to the Moche Rip Curl Pro was about how Gabriel Medina could grab the world title in Portugal should he win the event. Well, that’s not going to be the case after he was eliminated in Round 3 by Brett Simpson (USA). There will be no world title in […]

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Off The Lip Movember Surf Jam – Llandudno

by zigzag / posted on 5 days ago
Retro

Let the good times roll… Llandudno is going to be transformed into a cove of fun on Saturday 1 November for the Quiksilver ‘Off The Lip’ Movember Surf Jam – which will not only be a day of colourful retro shredding, but it’s all for a good cause too. Last year’s Off The Lip Movember […]

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Gabriel Inches Closer to Title in Portugal (Rip Curl Pro)

by zigzag / posted on 14 October, 2014
Gabriel

The two lead horses in the 2014 ASP World Title Race both made their heats to skip to Round 3 of the Moche Rip Curl Pro in Portugal today. Although he took a while to get going, Kelly Slater (USA) did finally string together the highest heat total of Round 1, while Gabriel Medina (BRA) […]

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KZN Central Wins Hurley SA Junior Champs

by zigzag / posted on 13 October, 2014
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It’s been a while since we’ve used that headline but it’s true, KZN Central have lifted the Freedom Cup at the 2014 Hurley SA Junior Champs in Jeffreys Bay. The KZN Central team celebrate a well deserved victory. It was another clean start for the fifth and final day of competition, with three to four-foot […]

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Finals Draw Near at Hurley SA Junior Champs

by admin / posted on 11 October, 2014
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It was a classic way to end a great day of surfing at the 2014 Hurley SA Junior Champs. While the beats jammed in the background as Saturday’s action drew to a close, a helicopter flew overhead and surfers were grabbing their own version of airtime in the lineup – as if the contest was […]

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Swell Cranks Up a Notch on Day 3 (Hurley SA Junior Champs)

by admin / posted on 10 October, 2014
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Day three is in the bag at the 2014 Hurley SA Junior Champs and what a cracker it was. The judges had had their hands full throughout, often dealing with three great surfers on three great waves at the same time. Lower Point showing off on Day 3 of the 2014 Hurley SA Junior Champs. […]

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Steve ‘Chappy’ Adshade Joins Billabong South Africa

by zigzag / posted on 10 October, 2014
Bong

Billabong South Africa is proud to announce that Steve Adshade will be joining Billabong SA as their Cape Town based Sales Agent for the Western Cape, Northern Cape & Namibia effective 1st December. Steve will carry the complete stable of brands (Billabong, Element, Vonzipper, Dot Dash, Kustom, Dakine, Palmers, Sector 9, Xcel) and Tyron Kansley […]

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Spray Flies on Day 2 of Hurley SA Junior Champs

by admin / posted on 9 October, 2014
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As the last competitive wave grinds to nothing more than a tummy ride in, former SA Champ and event commentator, Greg Swart, kindly requests that spectators take their litter home with them – a responsible end to proceedings on an eventful second day at the Hurley SA Junior Champs. The medics, after a thankfully undemanding […]

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A Promising Start for the 2014 Hurley SA Junior Champs in JBay

by admin / posted on 8 October, 2014
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Day one of the 2014 Hurley SA champs kicked off in small but contestable conditions at Lower Point, Jeffreys Bay. With a consistent two to three-foot groundswell groomed by a steady offshore, there were more than enough walls for the Under 15 and Under 17 Boys to show the judges what they were capable of. […]

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