University of Hawaiʻi Men’s Basketball Team Loses Heartbreaker in Overtime
The University of Hawai’i’s men’s basketball team saw its season come to a heartbreaking conclusion with a 62-60 overtime loss
Going BigAuthor Ugo Corte explores the joy—and danger—of tackling monstrous waves Standing upon the cliffs at Pe‘ahi on Maui’s North Shore and watching surfers drop into the world’s most monstrous wave is a surreal and humbling experience. Many bystanders surely wonder why...
Out of the Shadows of Giants
Fourth-generation waterman Austin Kalama takes flight on his own
Building a Better Board
Sometimes it takes a new generation to push things to the next level. Jeff Timpone had spent years perfecting the craft of surfboard building since the 1970s, but it’s his ecology-minded son Nick who has dramatically transformed the family business model over the last decade
Adjusting To The Waves
By the time you read these words, the results will be known. But that doesn’t change the fact that these competitors deserve to be recognized, regardless of where they placed.
Sumiko Inaba’s Rise Continues
Sumiko Inaba’s latest fight was tough. But she was tougher. The Pukalani-born, King Kekaulike High graduate’s most recent mixed-martial arts victory came at Long Beach Arena’s Bellator 286 in Southern California
Maui Invitational Bounces Back
The Maui Invitational has been a local institution for nearly four decades. But for the last two years, it wasn’t played on Maui
Kurt Suzuki’s Long Autumn
Kula boy’s (possible) final big league season hasn’t gone according to plan—but he’s still a favorite Maui son