The ladies have been on a tear at Snapper this year. The ASP has stepped things up and the event site looks big, professional and impressive, overall. And luckily, the waves have shown up. All good things at this year’s Roxy Pro.
Shane Borland feels “no pressure” from surf industry sponsors to perform. Well, he just won his division at the NSSA Santa Cruz (16 and under) and has returned from a trip to Nicaragua, where he said the waves were the best he has ever ridden and he got the barrel of his life.
The Obama Administration recently approved moving forward with seismic oil and gas exploration off of the Atlantic coast, which could greatly endanger marine ecosystems.
When ZoSea took ownership of the ASP, they made a few very distinct changes. While most of them have seemed to be for the growth of the sport – one of the new ASP’s biggest goals – one change in particular seemed a tad harsh.
After an amazing amount of rain and a storm that sent most Southern Californians running to batten the hatches, the skies cleared and the sun poked its head out. And what it uncovered was something that hadn’t been seen in this part of the world for years: giant perfection in San Diego.
- Monster Great White Caught Meters from Roxy Pro
- The Ladies Smash Spectacular Snapper at the Roxy Pro
- Date a Boy Who Surfs
- Insane Jaws Wipeouts
- I’m Quitting You, Surfing
- Interview: Shane Borland
- Portfolio: Tom Young
- Seismic Testing A Serious Threat To Marine Wildlife
- Photographers Win Back Image Rights from ASP
- San Diego Dream: SD Goes Off