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Get Fit in 2018 With These Upcoming Races in Hawai‘i

Here are some of Hawai‘i’s best races to help you get in shape this year.
2017.12.28 10:59 AM

John John Florence Backs into the 2017 World Surf Title, His Second in a Row

After taking care of business on his end in small Pipe, Florence gets a repeat world title in the semifinals thanks to France’s Jeremy Flores knocking out Gabriel Medina. But he loses the Pipe Masters to Flores in the finals.
2017.12.18 04:31 PM

Afterthoughts: Alone Time

What it’s like for a control freak to travel solo.
2017.12.15 08:55 AM

Can John John Florence Clinch His Second World Title in a Row at the Pipe Masters?

Unlike last year, the North Shore native has three rivals nipping at his heels.
2017.12.08 11:23 AM

2017 Surfer Awards

The surf world’s annual gala was held at Turtle Bay Resort on Dec. 6. The awards show, which is organized by Surfer Magazine, recognizes the publication’s readers’ votes for favorite surfers.
2017.12.07 11:14 AM

O‘ahu Hike of the Month: Kuliʻouʻou Ridge Trail

Take in views of east Oʻahu at the top of this ridgeline trail.
2017.12.01 08:55 AM

John John Florence Discusses His Chances of Being World Surf Champion (Again!)

As the 2016 champ returns to his North Shore home to compete in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, he’s taken a slim lead going into the Billabong Pipeline Masters.
2017.11.21 03:45 PM

John John Florence Wins Hearts at the Hale‘iwa Hawaiian Pro

Moments after emerging, dripping, from fighting his way into second place in his Nov. 19 heat in sloppy surf, Florence takes a half hour to chat and sign autographs for the next generation of John Johns. “It’s unruly, but it’s fun,” he says to HONOLULU.
2017.11.21 03:43 PM

Your Essential Guide to the 2017 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing

Winter in Hawaiʻi means epic surf and world-class competitions on the North Shore. Here’s where these annual contests happen and how to spectate like a pro.
2017.11.10 11:48 AM

Could Hawai‘i’s Endangered Native Crow Be Saved From Extinction?

Conservationists have spent decades working to re-establish Hawai‘i’s last remaining crow—the ‘alalā—in the wild.
2017.11.08 01:00 PM

O‘ahu Hike of the Month: Judd Trail

This short Nu‘uanu jaunt will take you to an enchanting 10-foot waterfall and swimming hole.
2017.11.02 09:17 AM

Oʻahu Hike of the Month: Kaʻena Point Trail

Explore the beauty of O‘ahu’s Leeward Side from this coastal trail.
2017.10.09 08:55 AM