The latest project dedicated to surfer girls is the limited edition 7’3” Wahine Surfboard by BiC Surf. The same shape as the best selling BiC Surfboard the 7’3” WahineSurfer is customized with a unique girls flavor while retaining the all important technical aspects that have made this board so popular with female su
5 September, 2005 : - - Andy Irons (HAW) claimed revenge today for his last minute loss to Kelly Slater (USA) in South Africa in July, when he beat Slater in epic 2-2.5 metre (six-to-eight foot) waves in the Quiksilver Pro Japan to claim his first victory of the season.
6 September, 2005 : - - TOKYO - A typhoon lashed southwestern Japan on Monday, creating nine-metre high waves, cutting power supplies and disrupting transport and work at oil refineries. Weather officials in South Korea also warned of flooding, while eastern China braced for possible effects from Typhoon Nabi after a
6 September, 2005 : - - Surfing Victoria CEO Max Wells announced today that Hot Tuna will sponsor the ‘Hot Tuna Summer Classic’ an ASP Australasia ALC event to be held on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula over January 27th – 29th 2006. Max Wells quoted today, “Surfing Victoria is proud to announce that Hot Tuna will n
6 September, 2005 : - - The Lion Red Pro – Gisborne is less than three weeks away, the event paving the way into a long summer of events on the Lion Red Pro Surfing Tour. The 4-star event is set to take place on the weekend of the 24th/25th of September being the first weekend of the school holidays.
6 September, 2005 : - - There'll be live entertainment with Billabong sponsored musicians Alex Jackson and Ashleigh Mannix joining the tour at selected locations. Theres' even more venues, heading to 10 beaches down the east coast of Australia, Perth and New Zealand too.
1 September, 2005 : - - In July, pro freesurfer* Malik Joyeux achieved a world first by tow-kiting** into the legendary Teahupoo wave.
4 September, 2005 : - - With the swell from Super Typhoon Nabi peaking at two to three metres (6 -10 feet), conditions were testing today for round three of the Quiksilver Pro Japan with some competitors comparing the washing machine-like conditions to the challenging surf they contend with in Hawaii.
023September, 2005 : - - Trent Munro (AUS) and Mick Fanning (AUS) kept the tight race for the 2005 Foster’s ASP Men’s World Tour crown alive today when they both defeated local competitors in round two of the Quiksilver Pro Japan.
01 September, 2005 : - - With the swell fading overnight as predicted, organisers of the Quiksilver Pro Japan have opted to call a layday in anticipation of a new swell arriving by the weekend.
1 September, 2005 : - - Sydney, - Following the success of the 2004 to 2005 ‘Jim Beam Boardriders Cup’, Jim Beam and Global Surftag have expanded the competition through the introduction of the ‘Jim Beam Boardriders Cup Final’ set to take place in Sydney on the 10th and 11th of March.
31 August, 2005 : - - After relocating approximately half an hour’s drive north from the base camp of Hebara to the smallish but fun waves at Shidashita, it was all Kelly Slater (USA) in day one of the Quiksilver Pro Japan.
30 August, 2005 : - - This season's Antarctic ozone hole has swollen to an area of ten million square kilometres from mid-August - approximately the same size as Europe and still expanding. It is expected to reach maximum extent during September, and ESA satellites are vital for monitoring its development.
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