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Story continues below "It looks like the surf is only going to get better, so I'm getting excited," the world No. I've been surfing out there a lot, but it's mainly only been rippable little turns, so I'm looking forward to getting some barrels. "Big
Joel Parkinson, who has overcome injury to chase a third straight Vans Triple Crown, in action at Bells Beach last year. Joel Parkinson was immobile, unable to carry his surfboard, let alone ride it. Fast forward to today and the Gold Coast gun is in
Surfer Joel Parkinson says he's taking the memory of the late champion Andy Irons with him as he vies for the Van's Triple Crown title this week in Hawaii. The Australian is in a good position to contend for the championship of the prestigious event
The king of world surfing, Kelly Slater, was crowned as the 10-time ASP world champion in the idyllic location of Puerto Rico, after claiming victory in the 2010 Rip Curl Search Event. But for every king, there are thousands of pretenders to the
Robert Kelly Slater. ''I wouldn't say he's in the form of his career but that's the thing about Kelly even when he's not at his best he's still capable of taking out events,'' said Fanning, who will have a videographer following him on the rest of
Her 2009 title was confirmed when Hawaiian Coco Ho failed to progress past the semi-finals, leaving Gilmore with an unassailable lead in the ratings with one event still remaining at Honolua Bay next month. It means Gilmore has a perfect three from
Vans Triple Crown of Surfing series leaders Joel Centeio, 26, and Alana Blanchard, 19, advanced to the next round yesterday at Sunset Beach. The opening day of the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing and Gidget Pro was blessed with 8- to 12-foot wave faces.
Joel Centeio dominated the Reef Hawaiian Pro yesterday, winning every heat on his way to victory at Alii Beach Park. In 8- to 12-foot wave face heights, the 26-year-old regular foot won the first jewel of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing and $20,000.
The Vans Hawaiian Pro women's surfing contest is on today at Hale'iwa Ali'i Beach. The preliminary rounds will start in the morning, and the final will be completed in the afternoon. Wave-face heights are in the 3- to 6-foot range. Among the Hawai'
Hawai'i's former menehune surfing stars excelled in menehune-sized waves yesterday at Hale'iwa Ali'i Beach. The opening day of the Reef Hawaiian Pro men's contest was run in deteriorating waves. Conditions were favorable in the morning, with wave-