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The newest video of 15 years old Hawaiian, Noa Mizuno. His game changing first trip to the Mentawai Islands
Frozen moments slowly thawed before Chris Bryan’s Phantom camera. Chris owns a Phantom cam or three, and he also possesses the best water cinematography prowess in the game. Here are seven minutes of every shade of surfing, all shot in super slow-mo by Chris. Settle in to watch this incredible selection of waves.
74′ Bali was still a buzz. Story of a two months surf trip there at 17. Kuta was just a small village. Few losmen for backpackers and surfers with the neighborhood of the local families. Cows were hanging under the coconut trees. No electricity, no running water, dogs everywhere. Mushrooms from cowpats end up in a small restaurant. Pot passed from hand to hand. No forecast just the expectation of a new moon when it was flat. We had to listen the sound of the swell during the night, with the morning surprise… Just few surf spots were discovered beside Kuta and the virgin beaches up to Legian. Kuta Reef was the main surfed left on a good swell. Aussies were already ripping on 6′ boards.Frenchies, we were still under the 8′ gunny hawaiian/cal influence.
If you’re named after legendary Hawaiian surfer Steve Cooney, then you’ve got a lot to live up to. It seems like five-year-old Stevee Roberson isn’t letting his namesake down.
When Kelly Slater was knocked out of the Rip Curl Pro Portugal in Round 3 by Aritz Aranburu, seemingly letting his golden opportunity to tighten the title race with Medina slip through his fingers, the champ was, understandably, a little frustrated. After walking into the competitor’s area and away from the camera crew, Slater, believing he was out of the hunt for the title, destroyed his board, fracturing it into three pieces. He gave the hunks of twisted foam to the local groms, garnered his composure, and conducted his post-heat interview without breaking a sweat.
Ryan Burch puts the pedal to the metal on the walls of Bangko-Bangko and pulls into some heavy ones at Grajagan Bay after sharing a few thoughts on self-expression, how surfing and the asymmetrical boards he shapes fit into that, and what it is about being on a wave that excites him.
The latest #Tournotes just dropped in this post-Portugal. This series goes from strength to strength and has, among other things, made Brett Simpson one of the top three most likeable people on tour. But, the highlight of this episode is John John’s “Hollywood shuffle” aka the world’s greatest duckdive.