Posts Tagged ‘lower trestles’

May 5th, 2012

Gabriel Medina Wins $40,000 At Nike Lowers Pro

Glenn Hall by far the under dog in this comp

Jeremy Flores top turn

Glenn Hall had priority, and Jeremy loses

Tanner Gudauskas on rail

John John barely going down to Glenn in the semi

Yes, we wanted Dane to win or at least be in the final

WCT veteran Adrian “Ace” Buchan taking down local boy Pat Gudauskas

All of San Clemente most likely wanted to see at Pat and Tanner Gudauskas final

Almost standing room only at the Nike Lowers Pro

Smoking Glenn Hall in the final

Would you flex your muscles like this if you were to be carried up the beach after a win (neither would we)

Gabriel with the $40,000 check along with a gold train spike worth $30,000 and Glenn Hall receiving a silver plated spike

May 2nd, 2012

Nobody Knows, Nobody Cares

(A quote we first heard from Lost clothing) That is the feeling we got today watching (photographing) the second most popular surfer in the world Dane Reynolds in action at the Nike Lowers Pro. Take away all ASP/Nike employees, team managers, coaches, and media (videographers, photographers, writers) from the beach and you would pretty much have nobody there. This is an obvious sign that the internet has killed the interest to showing up and watching your surf stars in person.

Dane having fun off the ct

Half-way smile

April 29th, 2012

Sunday At Lowers

Jeremy Carter excited as he is one of the San Clemente surfers invited into the trials for the Nike Lowers Pro



Mike Parsons getting a few waves for himself after coaching Kolohe for around 3 hours (yes, Nike does pay Snips to wear there product as well as getting paid by Kolohe as his full time coach)



Kalani David was recently seen on TMZ and when we asked him what was he thinking once the cameraman began filming him at LAX, his response, “I thought it was some kind of joke”

Say cheese

Don’t hit us

John John Florence two frames away from fins free

No more Nike 6.0 as it is now just Nike

April 29th, 2012

Lowers

We hit up Lower Tresltes this morning with John John Florence where he was trying out a few different boards for the comp.

Sorry but the mental action photo (aerial) we got of John John today is already snatched up so please settle for this

Nat Young looking patriotic



Nike Lowers Pro is almost ready



Water photographer Jack English gives a huge thank you to master filmer/photographer Sonny Miller on the suggestion of wearing a life jacket while shooting in the water, Jack is hooked!

Today’s housing choice

Pat Guduaskas always in motion



Three’s not a crowd at Lowers



Tanner G splitting the peak with his older bro’s

January 28th, 2012

Mike Stewart Winning The PSAA

One of the top waterman in the world Mike Stewart winning the bodyboarding division at the 1990 Body Glove Bud Tour PSAA at Lower Trestles taking out Kyle Maligro (red jersey), Ben Severson and Chris Tennberg.

January 4th, 2012

My Name Is Not Punker

Pat Towersey photos are now uploaded

Hey skater boy show us a trick – Laguna Beach



The tourist would rather collect sea shells then watch you? – Mitchell’s Cove, Santa Cruz



Yes it’s a tow-at. Some obvious ways of telling; The air is much to high for the height of the wave and no leash. For whatever reason surfers do not like to wear leashes when doing tow-ats. – Laguna Beach

Nice little tube – Salt Creek

November 23rd, 2011

2006 With Bruce Irons

Photos of Bruce Irons from 2006 are now live on his page.

Bruce flying high again – Hossegor, France



Bruce proudly carrying his brother up the beach – Rip Curl Pro WCT – Barra, Mexico

Bruce with an early morning warm up session moments before the Hurley Pro – Lower Trestles

October 27th, 2011

Bruce Irons Surfing Photos

Today we have began uploading images of Bruce Irons which start back from his 1995 NSSA National day’s at Lower Trestles to the G-Shock US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach to the O’neill Cold Water Classic at Steamer Lane Santa Cruz and evolve over to the North Shore of Oahu where he is surfing Backdoor, Pipeline and Sunset Beach during the Xcel Pro.

October 25th, 2011

Lakey Peterson’s 2011 Year In Surfing

What a busy year for 17 year old Lakey Peterson from Santa Barbara, California. We have just finished uploading all her surfing action and lifestyle photos from 2011.

April 23, 2011 Rob Machado Seaside Pro Junior – Lakey 1st Place

June 27, 2011 Quiksilver USA Championships from Lower Trestles – Lakey 4th Place

August 6, 2011 Women’s Pro Junior Nike US Open of Surfing from Huntington Beach – Lakey 1st Place

August 7, 2011 Women’s Nike US Open of Surfing from Huntington Beach – Lakey 2nd Place

October 19th, 2011

Surfer Girls – Lakey, Sage and Malia

Today we have uploaded quite a few photos from our archive of Lakey Peterson, Sage Erickson and Malia Manuel.

Lakey’s photos consist of her huge win when she was 14 at the 2009 NSSA National Surfing Championships where she placed 1st in the open women’s division where she was riding for Patagonia. In November 2009 Lakey now riding for Roxy surfing in the Rip Curl Grom Search at Salt Creek where she made the final. In June 2010 Lakey made it onto the Pacsun USA surfing team for 2011 where they made the announcement moments after Lakey finished in fourth place in the girls final. Towards the end of June Lakey found herself back in the #1 position where she won the Nike (her new sponsor) NSSA National Championships in Huntington Beach, California as well as competing in the Hurley US Open of Surfing.

Sage Erickson taking home 1st place at the Hurley US Open of Surfing women’s pro junior division. This is Sage’s biggest win to date.

Malia Manuel (O’neill team rider) photo go from the Hurley US Open of Surfing in Huntington to Newport Beach at the Volcom Championships to free-surfing down at Lower Trestles as well as a final finish at the NSSA Championships.