Kelly Slater denies rumors that his recent injury will affect the World Title race
The king taking pov to another level today at Cloudbreak @kellyslater @fijisurfco @fijichili @hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm #donkeydick #waves A photo posted by Mick Free (@mick_free) on Nov 11, 2014 at 4:19pm PST On Monday, it was reported that Kelly Slater injured his foot while surfing Cloudbreak and that the injury could affect his ability to compete at Pipe.
Fifteen Year Old Noa Mizuno takes on the Mentawais
Noa Mizuno, part of the next wave of Hawaiian groms coming into their own, made the first of what will surely be many trips to the Mentawais recently. At only 15, as this clip shows, Noa has a deft knowledge of the tube that rivals anyone his age.
Kai Otton finds a playful wedge close to home
There are few things more enjoyable than a head-high beachbreak wedge. Just ask Kai Otton, who stars in—and also edited—this clip.
Darren Handley breaks down the board Fanning rode at the Rip Curl Pro Portugal
Headed into Portugal, Mick Fanning's World Title chances were slim, needing two of the world's best to self-combust in order to be able to say there was even a chance. They did, and he rode that momentum, along with the following board, to his third event win of the year.
Alex and Koa Smith pay homage to the Hawaiian winter
Alex and Koa Smith, the brothers behind LastNameFirst.tv, drop a highlight reel from last winter that leaves us weak in the knees and chomping at the bit for high season in Hawaii.
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CLIP OF THE WEEK: Ryan Burch In Indo Asymmetrical tails, odd fin-placements, heaving left-hand barrels, and Ryan Burch collide in our Clip of the Week. Portugal in Black and White Although the surf at Supertubes was a few shades below mediocre for the Rip Curl Pro, the World Tour managed to tap into a a handful of
Following his loss in Portugal, Slater vents on his foam
When Kelly Slater was knocked out of the Rip Curl Pro Portugal in Round 3 by Aritz Aranburu, seemingly letting his golden opportunity to tighten the title race with Medina slip through his fingers, the champ was, understandably, a little frustrated. After walking into the competitor’s area and away from the camera crew, Slater, believing
Breaking down John John's Florence's European sled
Between his win in France and his quarterfinal finish in Portugal, it’s safe to say that the Old Country was definitely kind to John John. Below, Jon Pyzel of Pyzel Surfboards breaks down the golden board* that John John rode throughout the European leg of the Tour. JOHN JOHN FLORENCE HEIGHT: 6’1″ WEIGHT: 167 SHAPER: Jon
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CLIP OF THE WEEK: World Tour Scores Portugal…Just Not At The Contest While the opening round of the Portugal comp was held in acrid conditions, on an off day, most of the WT ventured away from the contest venue where they found an idyllic beachbreak setup with perfect head-high tubes and an array of ramps. It’s
Slater and Medina advance to tighten the title race
The Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal kicked off with less-than-stellar conditions today. Heading into a tightening world title race, the pressure was on Gabriel Medina to hold his lead over Kelly Slater, who realistically needs to win this event to push the title race to Pipeline. Today, in their round 1 heats, both surfers posted wins and will move onto Round 3.