US Open Of Surfing

Paul Fisher interviewed the top surfers at the US Open and got answers to the truly important questions.
The entire surfing world converges on Huntington Beach each summer for the US Open of Surfing. That makes it the perfect time for Fishtales' Paul Fisher to catch up with the world's top surfers to ask them the questions everyone else is afraid to. Fisher spoke with Kolohe Andino, Evan Geiselman, Surf House's Mitch Crews, Koa Smith, Oliver Kurtz, Dylan Goodale, Dylan Graves, and Ian Crane. He asked them about what they'd do with $100,000, whether they preferred blondes or brunettes (Kolohe Andino's answer at 1:01 is priceless), and the worst tattoos they had seen at the US Open.

Erik Roner is celebrating the 1 year anniversary of his first RonerVision episode by hooking you up with free gear from GoPro, Hurley, and Rockstar! Listen closely for details to Erik's photo contest running during the US Open of Surfing this week in Huntington Beach, CA. And tune in to next week's episode to find out what happens when little Oskar Roner tests his luck on a 75 foot cliff jump!

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Erik Roner has been keeping busy as evidence from this action-packed new episode of RonerVision! Erik kicks things off skydiving with buddy Bob Burnquist over the 2012 Nike US Open of Surfing and gives us his take on parachute packing 101. Next Erik heads out to Glen Helen raceway joining Greg Godfrey and some of the Nitro Circus Crew for an epic night of truck racing. Summer wouldn't be complete without some good old fashioned R&R, so Erik finishes things off back home in Tahoe, living the good life with son Oskar. As always Oskar gets into big things—this month it's extreme tubing. Hang on!

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The crowd in Huntington Beach loved Mick Machado and Kelly Smith.
The Vans US Open of Surfing draws an eclectic crowd to the shores of Huntington Beach, California. One thing that most of the people in attendance had in common was a massive lack of surf knowledge. It's a good thing that the dose crew was on hand to expose all the posers. Michaela Eichenbaum caught up with everyone from the guy with "Tug Me" written across his stomach to the US Open's unofficial twerk team.

The next generation of bowl rippers took over the Van Doren Invitational at the 2013 Vans US Open.
Renowned street artist Mike Giant painted a mural in a section of the bowl at the Van Doren Invitational, part of which read, "Vert Never Died." The skating of young riders Greyson Fletcher, Raven Tershy, and Ben Hatchell at the Van Doren Invitational, which was part of the US Open of Surfing, proved that vert is alive and better than ever. Fletcher, Tershy, and Hatchell were among the new generation of transition skaters who threw down in a big way at the contest. Fletcher, the son of aerial surf pioneer Christian Fletcher and the grandson of tow-in surf pioneer Herbie Fletcher, created his own piece of family history. Fletcher flew around like the bowl like he was possessed and finished in second place behind Hatchell. Tershy finished third.