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Nicaragua delivers epic surf for Day 4 of the DAKINE ISA World Junior Surfing Championship (WJSC). The swell, as predicted by Surfline, arrived this morning with waves in the chest to head-high range with some overhead sets.
The first perfect 10-point ride of the event was awarded to Australia’s Kai Hing, who launched a huge air-360. Hing generated great speed down the line and as he approached the closed-out section, he took flight, rotated 360 degrees in the air, and landed perfectly.
The 2013 ASP Women’s Longboard 2-Star event, the Roxy Waikiki Classic, kicked off the weekend with solid surfing from girls that traveled near and far for the only ASP qualifier in Hawaii. The final started off the weekend of pro and amateur events, and Geodee Clark was crowned the champion of the ASP pro division to wrap it up on Sunday.
Cinematic vision captures destructive session at The Wedge 12 June, 2013 : California was hit with a mega south swell recently and the coast's favorite mutant wave, The Wedge, went positively, well, mutant-y. This clip from esteemed photographer, cinematographer Brecht Vanthof captures the destruction of bodyboarders, bodysurfers and surfers in beatiful slow-motion action. A must see to satisfy that must-see-a-train-wreck jones you probably have at work right now....
Kelly Slater Wins Volcom Fiji Pro, Takes ASP WCT Rankings Lead.
11 June, 2013: Kelly Slater (USA), 41, has won the Volcom Fiji Pro over Mick Fanning (AUS), 31, in pumping six-to-eight foot (2 metre) barrels at Cloudbreak, simultaneously launching to No. 1 on the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT) rankings. Stop No. 4 of 10 on the ASP WCT, the Volcom Fiji Pro saw several days of world-class surf at both Restaurants and Cloudbreak and a series of mixed results from the ASP Top 34 frontrunners shook up the current race for the ASP World Title....Current rankings...HERE
Kelly Slater © ASP/Kirstin
Kelly Slater earns 4 perfect 10's through out the event. Full story coming.
Kelly Slater (USA), 41, current ASP World No. 1 ...again. Wins his 53rd ASP Victory.
The first day of the Roxy Waikiki Classic kicked off to a fantastic start with the sun shinning bright over Queens Beach and steady waves for all those competing. Whether you were on the beach getting your hair braided at thePaul Mitchell tent, lathering up in Sun Bum’s moisturizing sunscreen lotion, or trying your chances at the spin the wheel for your own Roxy ‘I love Surfer Boys’, ‘Totally Beachin’ and ‘Stoked’ tanks, there was plenty of fun in and out of the water throughout the day. We were even lucky enough to have our friend Rebekah of Goldfish Kiss out on the beach creating one of a kind eco-friendly beach bags.
Competition for the Volcom Fiji Pro has been called ON for today, with dbl overhead barrelling surf on offer at Cloudbreak. Up first was Jeremy Flores (FRA), 25, beating Miguel Pupo (BRA), 21, in Heat 4 Round 3 in the 1st heat. Seabastian Zeits beat Kai Otton to move into round 4 today. This new swell is expected to deliver in the coming days. Its Tuesday in Fiji.
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