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Special Feature on Clay Marzo Airs Today on ESPN E:60

| posted on August 04, 2009

(Huntington Beach, CA) August 4, 2009 – Quiksilver team-rider Clay Marzo will be on ESPN today in a special ten minute feature on E:60. The segment will tell the story of Clay’s Asperger’s Syndrome diagnosis and will feature footage from the award-winning film Clay Marzo: Just Add Water along with new footage shot on location in Maui and Tahiti.

The show airs at 4:00PM (PST) and 7:00PM (EST). Check ESPN.com for additional times.

About Clay Marzo: Just Add Water
“It feels so much different in the water. I feel like I’m at home.” – Clay Marzo

Have you ever loved something to the point that it becomes what you live for? Meet Clay Marzo, whose passion for surfing is so pure it defies description. Take a visually stunning and emotionally powerful journey through his life. See Clay literally come alive in the ocean as he destroys the waves of Tahiti, Fiji, Hawaii, France, Spain and Australia with his wildly creative surfing. You’ll also experience inspiring testimonials about his incredible talent from the most legendary surfers in the world. The story also showcases an awareness-raising glimpse into his life and mind as he comes to understand both the gifts and challenges of living with Asperger’s.

About Quiksilver
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  • Brooks

    I wanted to say the story on Clay Marzo was a well told one. I have to opportunity to work with some wonderful people who happen to have characteristics similar to Mr. Marzo. With those opportunities I can only imagine how amazing Clay is and how many eyes he is opening. It appears he has a gift of excellent surfer and he is doing it on his terms. For those people who have exit from his life. It is too bad, because they are really missing out on an amazing person. Although I am not much of a surfer. All I can say CLAY… SURFER ON!!!

  • http://www.yankaus.com Mik

    Marzo is a uniquely gifted surfer. I hope the media doesn’t over-due the focus on his personality challenges, because he could wreak havoc on the WTC once he adjusts to the “scene”. He is one of the most exciting surfers out there, and every bit as talented as Dane Reynolds and Jordy Smith. Don’t marginalize him… Promote him equally.