The breakthrough documentary is a part of the August/September Schedule
Redondo Beach, CA (August 18, 2009) – Body Glove’s pioneering surf and dive documentary, Drop Zone: Tahiti, is going after the heart of action sports enthusiasts on FuelTV. Drop Zone: Tahiti will premiere on the extreme sports channel on August 20, 2009 at 8:00 pm EST Delay during Insane Cinema and re-air in the weeks following.
Drop Zone: Tahiti, a documentary film created by Body Glove, PADI, Sport Diver and Transworld SURF magazines, follows Body Glove team riders Holly Beck, Alex Gray and Cheyne Magnusson. These three pro surfers go on the adventure of a lifetime above and below the beautiful waters off the coast of Bali. They surf the beautiful breaks of Teahpoo and Morea, and dive the exquisite reefs that lie below. Holly, Alex and Cheyne show you what it’s like to surf the infamous break and explain how diving opened up a whole new world to them. Find out why Holly gets jealous of her guide after a shark bites him.
Be sure to catch all of the beautiful footage of the CIFF Award Winning Documentary, Drop Zone: Tahiti, on FuelTV this month.
The FuelTV / Drop Zone: Tahiti schedule is as follows but be sure to check your local listings:
August 20, 2009 – 8:00 pm EST Delay and 11:pm EST Delay
August 22, 2009 – 10:00 am EST Delay
September 6, 2009 – 2:30 pm EST Delay
September 13, 2009 – 12:30 am EST Delay
September 19, 2009 – 12:00 am EST Delay
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About Body Glove International
Founded in 1953, Body Glove is a leading, worldwide watersports brand specializing in wetsuits, swimwear, clothing, footwear, accessories, and technology accessories. The company sponsors one of the most respected surf and wakeboard teams in the industry with such powerhouse names as pro surfers Dusty Payne, Gabe Kling, Mike Losness, Alex Gray and Holly Beck and wake boarders Rusty Malinoski, Shelby Kantar and Jeff McKee. Through Reef Check, SIMA’s environmental fund, and the Surfrider Foundation, Body Glove works to preserve the purity of the waters it loves. Body Glove products are sold in the U.S. by a network of independent retailers. Body Glove is also sold in approximately 50 countries internationally.
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