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By: | August 25, 2005
Date for Celebrity Surf Jam is set Music and surfing will combine to form the first Surfrider Foundation Celebrity Surf Jam on Sept. 11 at the Huntington Beach Pier. Popular musicians and professional surfers make up the roster for the event, scheduled from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Musicians scheduled to participate include Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger and Ben Kenney of the band Incubus; Peter DiStefano of Porno for Pyros; and Jim Lindberg of Pennywise.
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By: | September 8, 2005
Celebrity Surf Jam set for Sunday Music and surfing will combine at the first Surfrider Foundation Celebrity Surf Jam on Sunday at the Huntington Beach Pier. Well-known musicians and professional surfers will make up the roster for the event, which will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Musicians scheduled to participate include Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger and Ben Kenney of the band Incubus, Peter DiStefano of Porno for Pyros and Jim Lindberg of Pennywise.
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By Rick Fignetti | October 1, 2009
The Assn. of Surfing Professionals’ Quiksilver Pro finished up over the weekend in France, and it looks like a world title race is on. Aussie Mick Fanning made it two for two, with back-to-back wins at Trestles and now France. Fanning was slashing away on the lefts, racking one turn after another to take out fellow countryman big Bede Durbidge. In the semi-finals, Fanning beat Portugal’s Tiago Pires, who beat nine-time world champ Kelly Slater in the quarters. Durbidge edged French favorite Patrick Beven in the other semi-final.
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By RICK FIGNETTI | August 23, 2007
The Western Surfing Assn. kicked off its 2007-08 surf season a couple of weeks ago at Trail No. 6 at San Onofre, in 1- to 3-foot southwest swell. Some of Surf City’s residents did pretty well. Starting with boys’ (13 and under) longboard, Tony Morelli took third with some nice nose rides. In boys’ short board (ages 15 and 16), H.B.’s Cameron Faris took the win and Newport’s Ian Crane made the top six. Junior womens’ saw Sheila Huber slashing to fifth while in mens’, H.B. pier local Chad Masri finished sixth in a tough one. In open mens’, Seal Beach’s Chaz Wickwire came out of retirement to score a second-place win, and in grand masters, big Pat Schlick took the win with a super-long left and the Figster pulled a second out of the hat in the first event of the season.
NEWS
March 4, 2004
RICK FIGNETTI The Assn. of Surfing Professionals 2004 World Championship Tour season has started in Australia. The trials were run in 2- to 4-foot, fun right-handers at Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast of Australia. There was one wildcard slot open into the tour's $260,000 Quiksilver Pro that was won by three-time South African national champ Shaun Gossman. In the opening round of competition, a win puts you in Round 3 and a loss sets you up to battle in Round 2, where you need a victory or you're knocked out. So far, looking good and taking some wins were world champ Andy Irons, who had a slow start but came on strong in the end with a clean barrel on a set and some mean carves to back it up, earning a 9.8, almost a perfect score.
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By: RICK FIGNETTI | September 1, 2005
The Assn. of Surfing Professionals is about ready to kick off the seventh event on the World Championship Tour at Shidashita Point in Japan. The waiting period started Aug. 31 and goes till Sept. 7. There was a three-foot swell forecasted for midweek and contest organizers made the decision to move from Hebara Beach to Shidashita for bigger waves. The top 45 surfers will be on hand, along with four wild cards. Two Japanese surfers -- Hideyoshi Tanaka and Kenta Hayashi -- finished one-two in the trials and are in -- as are local hero Masatoshi Ohno and possibly California surfer Dane Reynolds in the fourth spot.
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By Imran Vittachi | June 26, 2012
Thursday night promises to be an epic one at Huntington Beach High School. School's out for the summer but students and fans of surfing, along with boosters of the campus's surfing team, will catch a wave into the HBHS auditorium for a star-studded fundraiser to help the team defray costs of an upcoming trip to Australia. Quiksilver, the Surf City-based apparel company and one of the event's sponsors, will bring in three of its athletes - surfers Dane Reynolds, Balaram Stack and Reef McIntosh - for a Q&A session with TransWorld SURF's Chris Cote, followed by the screening of "No Agenda," a new 35-minute surfing action film, organizers said.
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By Rick Fignetti | October 1, 2009
The Assn. of Surfing Professionals’ Quiksilver Pro finished up over the weekend in France, and it looks like a world title race is on. Aussie Mick Fanning made it two for two, with back-to-back wins at Trestles and now France. Fanning was slashing away on the lefts, racking one turn after another to take out fellow countryman big Bede Durbidge. In the semi-finals, Fanning beat Portugal’s Tiago Pires, who beat nine-time world champ Kelly Slater in the quarters. Durbidge edged French favorite Patrick Beven in the other semi-final.
NEWS
By RICK FIGNETTI | August 23, 2007
The Western Surfing Assn. kicked off its 2007-08 surf season a couple of weeks ago at Trail No. 6 at San Onofre, in 1- to 3-foot southwest swell. Some of Surf City’s residents did pretty well. Starting with boys’ (13 and under) longboard, Tony Morelli took third with some nice nose rides. In boys’ short board (ages 15 and 16), H.B.’s Cameron Faris took the win and Newport’s Ian Crane made the top six. Junior womens’ saw Sheila Huber slashing to fifth while in mens’, H.B. pier local Chad Masri finished sixth in a tough one. In open mens’, Seal Beach’s Chaz Wickwire came out of retirement to score a second-place win, and in grand masters, big Pat Schlick took the win with a super-long left and the Figster pulled a second out of the hat in the first event of the season.
NEWS
By: | September 9, 2005
Surfrider Celebrity Surf Jam set Music and surfing will combine to form the first Surfrider Foundation Celebrity Surf Jam Sunday, Sept. 11 at the Huntington Beach Pier. Professional surfer Pat O'Connell of Laguna Beach is co-chair of the event. Well-known musicians and professional surfers make up the roster for the event, which will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Musicians scheduled to participate include Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger and Ben Kenney of the band Incubus, Peter DiStefano of Porno for Pyros and Jim Lindberg of Pennywise.
NEWS
By: RICK FIGNETTI | September 1, 2005
The Assn. of Surfing Professionals is about ready to kick off the seventh event on the World Championship Tour at Shidashita Point in Japan. The waiting period started Aug. 31 and goes till Sept. 7. There was a three-foot swell forecasted for midweek and contest organizers made the decision to move from Hebara Beach to Shidashita for bigger waves. The top 45 surfers will be on hand, along with four wild cards. Two Japanese surfers -- Hideyoshi Tanaka and Kenta Hayashi -- finished one-two in the trials and are in -- as are local hero Masatoshi Ohno and possibly California surfer Dane Reynolds in the fourth spot.
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