Hey guys!! Articsurf.com are back with a new ASP contest, The Volcom Pipe Pro 2013 at Banzai pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii.
It is day two of the waiting period and the early morning greeted us with some stormy and messy 10-12 foot conditions. The swell is escalating very quickly and soon pipe will be completely washed out and non-contestable, thus ‘Lei Day’ number two has been called. The forecast still looks promising for later in the week so be sure to check back in tomorrow morning at 7:30am (HST) for the next call.(Volcompipepro.com)
JOEL Parkinson has won his first surfing world title and also won his first event this year, the biggest of them all, the Billabong pipe masters at Banzai Pipeline Oahu Hawaii.
Watch Live Webcast from Billabong Pro Pipe Masters Here!
Another lay day at Billabong Pipe master because of small surf(only 2-3 ft waves).They are still waiting for that swell forcasted later this week. So we are checking in again tomorrow at 7am. While we wait, check out the Gopro 3 searching for Kelly Slater!
Meanwhile, we wait for a new swell at pipeline you can lean back and watch the trailer for John John Florences new signature movie “DONE”!John John has been filming all year for his new movie. enjoy !
If you are a surfer and live in a place where there are no waves, what do you do? The answer to that is “easy”…..With enough money you can do like the guys in Dubai. In the Wadi Adventure Park you will find the best man made wave in the world, located at the base of Jebel Hafeet in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. I wish this was Norway!Surfertoday.com writes that the developers of the surf facility promise a surf pool capable of making 3.3 meter high waves every 90 seconds. All local and international surfers can enjoy the machine powered waves from 12pm, in 55-minute surf sessions that can accomodate up to six riders.
You’ll pay 100 AED (27 dollars) for the artificial experience. The quality of the wave is quite good. You can ride left and right surfable waves. Watch how the wave pool pumps waves here. There’s even a button to control the wave height.
Gabriel Medina was born December 22, 1993. He was born in Maresias, Sao Paulo.
In his first year on tour, Medina won two elite world tour events. Medina is probably the most technical surfer in the world. He gets them hardest tricks, look easy. He have three major Wins in the world tour: The Rip Curl Pro Search San Francisco, USA (2011),
Quiksilver Pro France, Seignosse, France (2011),and The Nike Lowers Pro (2012) ASP Prime . Check out the wunderkid and the future of the surfsport:
|Height: 5’11” (180 cm)
|Weight: 150 lbs (68 kg)
|Sponsors: Rip Curl wetsuits and clothing, Nike 6.0 footwear, Pukas surfboards and FCS fins
|Shaper: Johnny Cabianca
|Magic Stick: Varies but swallow tails are my favorite
|Training Ground: Maresias
|Favorite Wave: Macaronis
|Favorite Maneuver: Barrels and airs
|Inspirations: Mick Fanning
The world’s best surfers have arrived in Santa Cruz, California for the ASP World Championship Tour event, the O’Neill Coldwater Classic at the Steamer Lane.
Check out the live webcast HERE!
One of the best surfers the world has ever seen and one of my favorites. In 2007, Rob traveled on a six-month trip to Bali, surfing and soul-searching with Taylor Steele. They decided to make a movie about it: The Drifter.Check it out!
Norway surf association invites surfers to Jaeren to crown norways best surfer 1-4 November . Classes are GROMS, which is up to 11 years, junior, open class men / women, and master 35+. The forecast is looking good, so this is going to be an awesome weekend!