Fantasy Surfer

9.5.16

Blogs

Swatch Women’s Pro Preview

All the details you need for the ladies at Lowers

The women’s ‘CT is set to hit stop number two of the California circuit more than a month after Tatiana Weston-Webb tore through the Huntington chop and won her first headline event, the Vans U.S. Open, and climbed her way to no.4 in the rankings. Lakey Peterson’s back and healthy, Tyler Wright secured the yellow

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9.5.16

Blogs

Hurley Pro Trestles Preview

Heat draw, wildcards, injuries - It's all here

The end of the Billabong Pro Tahiti led to two of the Tour’s biggest disruptions of the year: John John overtaking Wilko as points leader, that glowing yellow halo suiting JJF quite nicely; and Kelly Slater’s return to form, his winning performance securing a top-10 position, jumping 11 spots to No. 8 and now in

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8.15.16

Fantasy Surfer

Tahiti Insider: Raimana Van Bastolaer Edition

The Teahupo'o legend breaks down a winning combination for the South Pacific's iconic reef wave

How’s your Fantasy Surfer season looking since J-Bay wrapped up? Event number seven on the ‘CT, the Billabong Pro at Teahupo’o, Tahiti, is right around the corner, which means it’s time you should put together a tube-threading dream team. Whom better to learn from than Tahiti’s bona fide ambassador, Raimana Van Bastolaer? I recently called

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8.9.16

Blogs

Billabong Pro Tahiti Preview

Heat draw, wildcards, injuries - It's all here

Mick Fanning found redemption at Jeffreys Bay, and now there are several surfers who are looking to capitalize on his absence for the upcoming Billabong Pro Tahiti. Despite surfing an abbreviated year for several events, Mick has arguably been the giant killer so far in 2016, vaulting to fifth in the rankings after J-Bay and

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7.4.16

Fantasy Surfer

J-Bay Insider: Shaun Tomson Edition

Mr. J-Bay cooks up a recipe for success at the world's best right-hand point

Shaun Tomson on what makes a successful J-Bay competitor

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6.18.16

Blogs

J-Bay Preview

All the Info you'll need for the 2016 J-Bay Open

With Fiji in the books, Matt Wilkinson and Gabriel Medina cemented their spots atop the WSL ratings. Now, transitioning back to J-Bay, we’re headed toward a regularfoot’s paradise. Will Mick Fanning rebound from his shark encounter last year? Can Wilko stay atop the ratings? Will Gabriel Medina close the gap on Wilko’s wide points lead?

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6.3.16

Blogs

Win The Fiji Pro Prize Pack By Body Glove

Top 3 Finishers at the Fiji Pro Win Prize Packs

We’re headed into our fifth event of 2016, and Body Glove has stepped up to generously sponsor the prizes for the upcoming 2016 Fiji Pro in Tavarua / Nomotu. Here’s what’s up for grabs in Fiji for the Top 3 men’s scores: 1st place: – Body Glove Prime 2mm Short Arm Fullsuit – Body Glove

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6.3.16

Fantasy Surfer

Updated: Fiji Pro Preview

Joel Parkinson out with knee injury

With Rio completed, the title races are heating up, and now the Tour heads to paradise. The men’s and women’s events do not take place at the same time. The men’s event begins June 5th. Here are all the details you’ll need for the upcoming Fiji Pro. WHO: The Men’s WSL Top 34 + 2

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6.1.16

Fantasy Surfer

Shea’s Picks for Fiji

Your Fantasy Surfer guide for the Fiji Pro

There are very few locations on this bright, blue planet that are as appealing to a surfer as Fiji. Plain and simple, Tavarua is a paradise. But one quick glance toward the reef on your first boat ride out to Cloudbreak and you’ll instantly recognize that paradise also comes with a sharp set of teeth. Cloudbreak is

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5.5.16

Fantasy Surfer

Shea’s Picks for Rio

Your insider's cheat sheet for Fantasy Surfer

Coming from Florida, I’ve always thought that Brazil got a bad rap when it came to their waves. With a spectacular coastline offering up all types of surf, Rio is Brazil’s Huntington Beach — except that Rio is a dumping and wedging shorepound, capable of producing powerful surf perfectly suited for big airs, big moves,

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