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Hawai'i's Myles Padaca rode down the face of a huge wave yesterday as the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau big-wave surfing contest was held for only the fourth time since 1986 at Waimea Bay. Padaca placed 14th.

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Australian rides wild surf to Aikau victory
Amid thundering North Shore waves, Ross Clarke-Jones won the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau big-wave surfing contest yesterday at Waimea Bay.

See a video clip of Eddie Aikau contest winner Ross Clarke-Jones (in light green shirt), followed by Marvin Foster. Clips are available in big (2.3 Mb) and small (827 kb) version. QuickTime plug-in is required.

Els leads by four; Woods nine back in Mercedes
Ernie Els is again living large in the enormous confines of the Plantation Course and Mercedes Championships. Like any good golfer who has been burned before, Els is also looking over his shoulder.

Coming Sunday
See a special section on the Sony Open in Hawai'i 2001, complete with hole-by-hole descriptions, information on parking and bus service, as well as stories on defending champion Paul Azinger and the comeback of Scott Simpson. See it here online, or in the 12-page section inserted in tomorrow's Honolulu Advertiser.

Warriors dominate Lewis for series sweep
The University of Hawai'i men's volleyball team used and abused Lewis University of Illinois in a 30-20, 30-20, 30-19 victory last night in the Stan Sheriff Center.
'Iolani stays unbeaten in ILH
'Iolani held St. Louis to one field goal in the last 15 minutes and the Raiders put on a bull's-eye shooting exhibition of their own to beat the Crusaders, 47-28.
Rainbows' Shimonovic eligible to play starting Feb. 16
The NCAA yesterday said center Haim Shimonovic will have to sit out the same number of games (22) he played in a professional league in Israel prior to enrolling at UH.
Isle File
BYUH goes to 8-4 with first road win
Kerry Hendrickson scored all of his 23 points in the second half to lead Brigham Young-Hawai'i to a 76-64 Pacific West Conference basketball victory over Western New Mexico last night.
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru, Takanohana remain unbeaten
Yokozuna Musashimaru defeated Tochinonada to remain undefeated and tied with fellow yokozuna Takanohana, who defeated Tochisakae.
Ferd Lewis
Chow's climb to the top no surprise
When Southern California wooed Norm Chow to become its offensive coordinator this week, it was yet another yardstick of how far the former Punahou School lineman has come.
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