San Francisco will forever sit as a key location in the history of surfing after Kelly Slater won an unprecedented 11th world title Wednesday at the Rip Curl Pro Search surf contest at Ocean Beach.
Kelly Slater could secure his 11th world title today at the Rip Curl Pro Search surf contest at Ocean Beach, the first major San Francisco surf contest.
With good weather and a decent swell, it looks like the Rip Curl Pro Search surf contest at Ocean Beach, San Francisco’s first major pro surf contest, will begin early Tuesday morning.
With thirty-six of the word’s best surfers descending on the north stretch of Ocean Beach for the Rip Curl Pro Search surf contest—the first major San Francisco surf contest—the City becomes the unlikely focal point of the professional surfing industry Nov. 1-12.
If you’re looking to travel down the Great Highway (and taking advantage of this amazing weather to hit the beach) then head’s up: the two southbound lanes will be closed starting today through Friday, 3pm (you know, when the weather turns cold again) for sand removal.
Pen Pop: How could one deny that darling eye? A love-lorn shark pops the question at the terminus of the N-Judah. And at once hearts pop up around the city. A red one atop a hydrant, a pierced one on a mailbox, a yellow yarn one woven into a hurricane fence, and another red one between two windows.