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A video of John John ripping Bali after the contest


Here you see John John Florence freesurfing at Keramas during the Oakley Pro Bali that wrapped up last week. 

According to John Wiley from Deltoid Productions who put the clip together, "John John spent more time in the water than any other pro throughout the event. He was a standout each morning during the pre-event warm up, and was regularly spotted at various other breaks all over the island."

Need we say any more? 


John John #1 on the SURFER Hot 100

“There were a few bad years there before it got better for me—like they say, it’s got to get bad before it gets good. I actually broke my back in 2011 and that sidelined me for a while when I was rehabbing it. I didn’t want to make a big deal about it, so I didn’t really talk about the injury a lot. It actually happened out at Pipe. I pulled into one and the foam ball pushed me toward the beach and then the wave literally broke on my back. The lip flared out as it broke and really compressed and tweaked my back. I came in knowing something was wrong, and then went to the hospital where they took X-rays and said that I had cracked one of my vertebrae. I was on pain pills when the doctor came in and told me that I had broken my back and I was tripping because I didn’t think it hurt that bad. It was pretty heavy to hear. From there I spent some time rehabbing and trying to get my confidence back.”


Joel Parkinson Wins the Oakley Pro Bali, Fanning New ASP WCT No. 1


Joel Parkinson (AUS), 32, has won the inaugural Oakley Pro Bali over Michel Bourez (PYF), 27, via an impressive come-from-behind effort in four-to-six foot (2 metre) waves at the iconic Balinese righthander of Keramas.

Stop No. 5 of 10 on the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), the Oakley Pro Bali hosted a historic high-performance showdown including perfect heats and next level progression from the world’s best surfers, culminating with Parkinson’s hard-fought victory over Bourez in the Final.


Carissa Moore is on "The Way Up"


Carissa Moore talks about her dad and what it takes to get to the top

2011 ASP Women's Pro Surfing World Champion Carissa Moore explains her path to turning pro and the fire that drives the young Hawaiian in the hunt for her second world title, all on this week's episode of Target's 'The Way Up' series. The Way Up, presented by Target and directed by Steve Berra airs alternating Tuesdays.


Legends of bodyboarding recall their greatest moments on new book

A new book which tells the incredible life stories of the world’s best bodyboarders has just been published. Born to Boogie: Legends of Bodyboarding is the first illustrated history of the sport and traces its evolution from 1971 to the present day.

The pioneers, the champions and the chargers are all profiled, among them Mike Stewart, Ryan Hardy, Michael ‘Eppo’ Eppelstun, Guilherme Tamega, Andre Botha, Damian King, Ben Player, Jeff Hubbard, Mitch Rawlins and Pierre Louis Costes.


Joel Parkinson Wins it at 630pm HI time. Story coming.

Surf News...Joel snatches it from Michel in the final minutes in The Oakley Pro Bali, Event No. 5 of 10 on the 2013 ASP World Championship Tour (WCT). Joel moves way up the rankings and gets back into the race heading into Tahiti. Mick Fanning moves into 1st place. Rookie Nat Young reaches the semi's. Stay tuned.


Round 4-5 is ON.. over head SSW for Keramas!

Keramas fires for Round 3 of Oakley Pro Bali yesterday.

25 June, 2013 :  The Oakley Pro Bali resumed competition after 4 days off and the world-class Balinese righthander of Keramas delivered barreling six-to-eight foot waves for the elimination Round 3.

Event No. 5 of 10 on the 2013 ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), the Oakley Pro Bali endured four lay days of small surf before Keramas reawakened today and the world’s best surfers threaded barrels, lofted airs and executed turns, whittling the event’s original 36-man field down to the final 12....


Get some hang time paddle time Tonight! Thursday 8pm with a Women's Paddle Boarding Champion

Jenny Kalmbach is one of the world's leading stand-up paddle racers and adventurers. After moving from Costa Rica and Canada to Hawaii island in 2005, Jenny discovered the sport of SUP and set off on a trajectory that has re-shaped her life. Her titles include the coveted Battle of the Paddle world championship race, the prestigious 32-mile Molokai to Oahu race, and 2011 SUP Female Paddler of the Year. But her greatest accomplishment so far has been a 300-mile stand-up paddle journey linking all of the Hawaiian Islands...


Dillon Perillo Wins ASP 6-Star Los Cabos Open of Surf

Dillon Perillo (USA), 23, has won the ASP 6-Star Los Cabos Open of Surf over Beyrick De Vries (ZAF), 20, compliments of a dominant performance in clean two-to-three foot (1 metre) waves at Zippers.

Perillo wasted little time in the Final, posting an 8.67 and 8.47 for an eclectic mix of committed forehand maneuvers, immediately placing De Vries in a combination situation. Perillo turned up the intensity as the heat progressed, unloading the highest single-wave score of the event of 9.57 for an explosive three-turn combination, solidifying his first major ASP Men’s victory.


Los Cabos Open of Surf Hosts High-Performance Showdown at Zippers

The ASP 6-Star Los Cabos Open of Surf saw the event’s top performers take to the water today, completing the Round of 24 in clean two-to-four foot waves at Zippers.

Stop No. 2 of 4 on the ASP North America Series, the inaugural Los Cabos Open of Surf is the biggest ASP event in Mexican history and the event has seen some amazing performances from some world-class talent.


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