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Mitch Parkinson wasn’t the only one making the most of some perfect swell in Indo. He was hooking into one of many cracking rides at the Telos Islands and copped an eyeful as a longtom crowded his space and became a little too friendly.
CURT is a short documentary about 50-year-old competitive surfer, Curt Harper. Diagnosed with autism as a child, Curt faced many challenges growing up, but one thing that came easy was his love for surfing. Over the past 21 years, Curt has become a beloved fixture in the Southern California surf scene, having played an unlikely, yet vital role in the growth and development of multiple generations of groms.
Surfing is meant to be fun and relaxing, but it can also be pretty dangerous when you’re wiping out. Check out these worst surfing wipeouts where surfers get “pitted” in their “barrels” during their “sessions” on their “swells”.
Another clip from massive Indian swell which hit Padang Padang last week and turned into the beast it can be. Some local surfers found themselves in perfect position to pull into some very big, very perfect tubes.
While he was in Fiji in early June, Reynolds talked about the pressure to perform as a wildcard and feeling “blessed” to have the opportunity.
Some of the best swell hit the Bukit and caught on film, both days between Uluwatu and Padang Padang. Pros and locals taking full advantage of some epic conditions.
Here, Diego Santos find himself in some warm water right hand caves in Nias.
Adam ‘Bearman’ Griffiths getting his Indo groove on.
Words by Adam Griffiths
I was very nearly fully healed and just couldn’t wait any longer. Frothing for a surf trip, I thought a month of ankle rehab in Indonesia couldn’t harm. I had a couple of new boards made up, a girlfriend [to which he’s now married] and a video camera. We wanted to go with a plan this time around to make sure we could make the most of the surf with as fewer hangovers as possible.
Tom Lowe (Cornwall, England) at Puerto Escondido, Mexico on May 3, 2015. Video by Alexey Orlov/Go Big.
A video of a surfer in close encounter with a Great White Shark was uploaded to Facebook on June-23-2015. The shark had been circling the surfer for a couple of minutes before he decided to record it with his gopro camera. The shark is very cautious as it circles the man perhaps just curious, perhaps more. As you can see in the video the surfer tries to make his way around the shark back to more shallow water before it disappears. The best thing he did was to remain calm while he was watching the sharks movements in case it would attack him. The video takes place in Manly beach in Sydney Australia. Manly beach and North Steyne.