Gabriel Medina won, Stephanie Gilmore won. They both won on the same day.
From the freezing shores of Ireland to the tropical rain drenched shores of the Philippines, the old weather patterns are changing. The seasons are just not what they used to be. For surfers this has not been all bad news, so far. While changing climate patterns have wrecked havoc in some places, it also seems to have improved winter swells in the last few seasons. This has been observed from opposite sides of the globe. We see the warnings signs, we hear it everyday but for the most our actions retain the status quo. So what will, or who will
Marlon Lipke (DEU), 23, current ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS) No. 14, remains in contention to qualify for next year's ASP World Tour
SUNSET BEACH, Stephanie Gilmore scalped her second consecutive ASP Women's World Title today with an emphatic win at the Roxy Pro at Sunset Beach
Big swell on its way for O'Neil World Cup of Surfing as the WCT hopefuls crash out
A great week for lefties in Samoa
Nice waves out at Resorts this week
Another good uncrowded week in Samoa
HUNTINGTON BEACH, California (Thursday, November 13, 2008) – The inaugural Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Longboard Qualifying Series (LQS) 1-Star Costa Del Mar Pro Championships presented by the city of Rosarito will be held at South Huntington Beach Pier from November 15-16, 2008. The event will see several ASP World Longboard Tour (WLT) competitors tackle regional standouts in the two-day contest.