The roar of the surf shakes the foundations of beachfront mansions and tiny shacks alike on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.
Each winter, the top 34 surfers in the world descend onto the 7-mile miracle for the most sought after trophy in professional surfing:
People don’t go on vacations to see empty football stadiums. Soccer fields and baseball diamonds without players are nothing more than grass and dirt. Surfing might be the sole exception. The ocean as a natural amphitheater is more of a draw for fans than the
Video by Gavin McIntyre, Craig Lifto and Daniel A. Nelson
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Colin Dwyer, a Psychology major at SF State, stands on the shore of Pacifica State Beach, Monday, Nov. 11, 2013. Dwyer is a professional surfer who will be competing in the Mavericks