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May 13, 1993 | RICK FIGNETTI and DAVID REYES, Rockin' Fig is Rick Fignetti, a Huntington Beach surfer/shop owner. Times staff writer David Reyes has reported on U.S. surf teams competing in Bali and Brazil.
It was a bad week for Fig. He had gotten some of the best waves off a Southern Hemisphere swell that brought overhead barrels to the coast, but he injured his shoulder. Fig said: I was in the water a lot, really pushing myself , and I guess I just overextended myself. So Figgy had to shelve the waves. Painful injuries and how surfers deal with them are varied. Some, like the Fig, wisely stay out of the water. Others go down harder.
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August 12, 1993 | Rick Fignetti and David Reyes, Rockin' Fig is Rick Fignetti, a Huntington Beach surfer/shop owner. Times staff writer David Reyes has reported on U.S. surf teams competing in Bali and Brazil. and
With his wife expecting their first baby in another month, you would think that San Clemente pro surfer Jim Hogan would be in a mellow mood. But he isn't. Hogan has just returned from three weeks of competition in Tahiti and Bali with an all-star amateur team of U.S. surfers that went up against the Australians and lost--again. It seems the Aussies have been beating U.S. amateur teams for nearly a decade. Hogan says the reason for the losses is, in part, the way U.S.
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August 12, 1993 | Rick Fignetti and David Reyes, Rockin' Fig is Rick Fignetti, a Huntington Beach surfer/shop owner. Times staff writer David Reyes has reported on U.S. surf teams competing in Bali and Brazil. and
With his wife expecting their first baby in another month, you would think that San Clemente pro surfer Jim Hogan would be in a mellow mood. But he isn't. Hogan has just returned from three weeks of competition in Tahiti and Bali with an all-star amateur team of U.S. surfers that went up against the Australians and lost--again. It seems the Aussies have been beating U.S. amateur teams for nearly a decade. Hogan says the reason for the losses is, in part, the way U.S.
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May 13, 1993 | RICK FIGNETTI and DAVID REYES, Rockin' Fig is Rick Fignetti, a Huntington Beach surfer/shop owner. Times staff writer David Reyes has reported on U.S. surf teams competing in Bali and Brazil.
It was a bad week for Fig. He had gotten some of the best waves off a Southern Hemisphere swell that brought overhead barrels to the coast, but he injured his shoulder. Fig said: I was in the water a lot, really pushing myself , and I guess I just overextended myself. So Figgy had to shelve the waves. Painful injuries and how surfers deal with them are varied. Some, like the Fig, wisely stay out of the water. Others go down harder.
SPORTS
August 14, 1989 | MARTIN BECK
Jim Hogan could wait only so long in the Dive N' Surf Pro-Am Sunday at Salt Creek Beach Park in Laguna Niguel. While his three opponents battled for waves in the final heat of the five-day Professional Surfing Assn. of America tournament, Hogan of San Clemente went farther out to sea waiting for the bigger ones. Hogan said he was worried his strategy wasn't working.
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August 3, 1987 | MIKE CORNWELL, Times Staff Writer
'When I take off I don't know what I'm going to do. . . . I can get myself into an awkward position and get out of it and nobody knows how I pulled it off.' Jim Hogan just couldn't believe it. Only a week after he was second in the Boarder Line tournament at San Clemente, Hogan was surfing in the Stubbies Classic at Oceanside, riding frisky and fine, when he was called for interfering with another surfer. The penalty lost him the heat and suddenly ended the tournament for him.
SPORTS
July 12, 1989 | AL PRESTON
When the 1988 Professional Surfing Assn. of America season started, San Clemente High School graduate Jim Hogan was hoping for big things after finishing second in the Professional Surfing Assn. of America overall standings in 1987. All of that changed last June when Hogan, 26, suffered a hyperextended back, a punctured cervical disk and an injured sciatic nerve and a cervical disk while practicing near his home in San Clemente.
SPORTS
February 5, 1990
Richie Collins of Newport Beach held off three surfers from San Clemente on Sunday to win a professional event in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Collins, the eighth-ranked surfer in the world, finished ahead of Jim Hogan, Dino Andino and Shane Beschen in the first Professional Surfing Assn. of America tour event of the season. Collins won $7,400.
SPORTS
December 29, 1988
Chris Billy of San Juan Capistrano was the only unseeded Orange County surfer to make it through the third round in the Billabong Pro event off Sunset Beach in Hawaii Wednesday. Dino Andino of San Clemente and Noah Budroe of Huntington Beach were eliminated in the second round. Jeff Booth of Laguna Beach and Jim Hogan of Capistrano Beach were eliminated in the third round in 3-5-foot surf.
SPORTS
December 28, 1988
Five surfers from Orange County advanced Tuesday in the first round of the Billabong Pro event off Sunset Beach in Hawaii. Dino Andino of San Clemente, Chris Billy of San Juan Capistrano, Jeff Booth of Laguna Beach, Jim Hogan of Capistrano Beach and Noah Budroe of Huntington Beach all qualified for the today's second round. Tuesday's competition was held in 4-to-8-foot waves.
SPORTS
August 14, 1989 | MARTIN BECK
Jim Hogan could wait only so long in the Dive N' Surf Pro-Am Sunday at Salt Creek Beach Park in Laguna Niguel. While his three opponents battled for waves in the final heat of the five-day Professional Surfing Assn. of America tournament, Hogan of San Clemente went farther out to sea waiting for the bigger ones. Hogan said he was worried his strategy wasn't working.
SPORTS
July 12, 1989 | AL PRESTON
When the 1988 Professional Surfing Assn. of America season started, San Clemente High School graduate Jim Hogan was hoping for big things after finishing second in the Professional Surfing Assn. of America overall standings in 1987. All of that changed last June when Hogan, 26, suffered a hyperextended back, a punctured cervical disk and an injured sciatic nerve and a cervical disk while practicing near his home in San Clemente.
SPORTS
August 3, 1987 | MIKE CORNWELL, Times Staff Writer
'When I take off I don't know what I'm going to do. . . . I can get myself into an awkward position and get out of it and nobody knows how I pulled it off.' Jim Hogan just couldn't believe it. Only a week after he was second in the Boarder Line tournament at San Clemente, Hogan was surfing in the Stubbies Classic at Oceanside, riding frisky and fine, when he was called for interfering with another surfer. The penalty lost him the heat and suddenly ended the tournament for him.
SPORTS
May 15, 1992
Thirty-two surfers, including George Hulse of San Clemente, advanced out of the trial round in the $20,000 Body Glove SurfBout V Thursday at Lower Trestles. Jim Hogan of San Clemente, Kasey Curtis of San Juan Capistrano, John Parmenter of Huntington Beach and Darren Brilhart of Newport Beach also advanced to today's first round of the main event.
SPORTS
September 27, 1991
San Clemente surfers Matt Archbold and Mike Parsons advanced to the second round of the $35,000 Body Glove Pro Thursday in Atlantic City, N.J. Also advancing were Shane Stoneman of San Juan Capistrano, Pat O'Connell and Vince De La Pena of Laguna Niguel, Shane Beschen and Jim Hogan of San Clemente, Kirk Tice of Huntington Beach and Chris Billy of Dana Point.
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