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Martin Passeri has won a lot of contests. The five-time Argentinian surf champion is no stranger to the podium. He recently surprised everyone when the surfer made an unexpected decision: when he was called to compete, instead of racing to the water, he stopped short.
India’s Ganges River has again produced perfect waves. GrindTV talked to French surfer and adventurer Anthony “Yep” Colas about his first ever trip to Calcutta to surf a tidal bore he called The Baan. While that virgin mission was successful, Colas told, “There is so much more out there, and now that we have better boats organized, we are super keen to go back.”
There was some big swell around East Coast of Bali the week before. Here is some footage from East part of Bali and huge waves there. Featuring Adam Bennetts, Brett Levingston, Sheldon Simkus, Kael Walsh.
We know Malibu wasn’t nearly as heavy as Central America or Mexico but we think it might be just as scary and Dangerous. Malibu, you beautiful, fairly talented yet kinda skill-less and very crowded break, you make us laugh.
We checked the prices for the most commum surf destinations in Indonesia based in a 12 days trip. Here goes what we found out:
At least 21 cockatoos have been discovered stuffed into 1,500 ml plastic water bottles at an Indonesian port during an anti-smuggling operation.
The massive swell that’s pulsing through the Americas right now turned Puerto Escondido into something not seen in nearly three decades. The military is out keeping looters at bay, and the waves are just plain huge. Pedro Calado found this bomb. He didn’t make it out, and chances are pretty good that this’ll be a nomination for Wipeout of the Year.
Protesters clashed with police in La Pampilla, in the district of Miraflores, Lima Peru. Police equipped with helmets, riot shields and billy clubs charged into the surf to get the surfers out of the way of heavy equipment.
As grief turns to anger, Australians reignite an online movement to boycott travel to Bali and Indonesia. Hundreds of Australians are urging people to stop travelling to the Indonesian holiday island of Bali, furious over the execution of two Australian citizens overnight.
This past February Cyrus Sutton and Kepa Acero score perfectly shaped Chicama on the first South swell of the season. Cyrus met up with Kepa in the North coast of Peru hoping to get some late season North swells. Nothing came so they traveled to the Andes to see Machu Picchu and experience some Incan culture. A week into their stay an early season South swell prompted a short flight back to catch one of the world’s longest lefts at Chicama. The waves weren’t big but the sandbars were good. Here’s a few highlights of their trip.