Surfing Daley brothers follow dad Scott’s path, but not exactly.
By Dan Smith, BCHD Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) is looking for the community’s input this weekend on a potential aquatics facility as part of their proposed Healthy Living Campus master plan. Current plans for the site on N. Prospect Avenue in Redondo Beach call for a 220-unit assisted living facility, medical office buildings, a […]
Pandemic cancels International Surf Festival, but not Surf Festival traditions.
Despite the cancellation of ocean competition, as a result of the pandemic, paddlers continue to paddle. A popular workout is hosted by Jay Russell on Thursday evenings at 16th Street in Hermosa.
South Bay Boardriders Club
by Ryan McDonald At the end of the first quarter of Tuesday’s girls water polo match between Mira Costa and Redondo Union, the scoreboard read 2-1 Sea Hawks. Both Sea Hawk goals came during six-on-five situations, in which a temporary ejection left Costa down a player. But as the second quarter began, the Mustangs took […]
bag full of big waves
readies for winter
The 15th Annual Jimmy Miller Memorial Surf Fiesta, on Sunday at 42nd Street in Manhattan Beach, drew over 180 surfers for a team surf contest in small, family-friendly waves. Funds from entry fees, T-shirts, raffles, and a silent auction will go to JMMF ocean therapy programs. Sub Bum Best Performance by a Family […]
U.S. Olympic team open water swimmer Jordan Wilimovski emerges from the water on his way to winning the 5K swim. Wilimovski said he hopes Redondo hosts the open water swim in 2028 when Los Angeles hosts the Olympics. Photo by Kevin Codyby David Mendez Ever-dominant Hermosa Beach swimmer Ryan Bullock continued his roll of victories […]
Is bad blood from the ‘60s keeping Bay Cities out of the Malibu invitational?
The Fourth Annual Subaru Pacific Hotdogger Surfing Championships drew 50 of the top-rated longboard surfers from around the world to the south side of the Hermosa Beach Pier on Saturday. The sun was out and so were plenty of fast, glassy, 3-foot tubes to ride.
Shortly after coming in sixth in a 1965 contest held at the challenging venue of Sunset Beach, surfer Mike Doyle was asked by an announcer whether he preferred the waves of Hawaii’s North Shore, or the less threatening waves of Southern California. Doyle, who learned to surf at the Manhattan Beach Pier, said he liked […]
Los Angeles County Lifeguard Max First, of Manhattan Beach, and Australian lifeguard Lachie Lansdown led a field of nearly 100 paddlers in the 41st Catalina Classic Paddleboard Race on Sunday, August 25. The two exchanged leads while setting a record pace from the start at Two Harbors on Catalina Island to the R10 buoy, four […]