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New clip of the early dry season from one of the best groms in Bali, Kin Goldman.
Kalani David went to Sumatra and got sick. Got way sick in the water, as you’ll see here, but also got real sick with a wild illness and, as his doc told him when he landed back home, could’ve died if he’d waited a few more days. He’s all healthy and colourful now. And back to surfing like this. A very impressive performance, here.
It’s not everyday that the opportunity to hold a live shark with one hand whilst wielding a beer with the other presents itself. It’s pretty safe to say that this guy will probably pass it up next time and yeah it just a baby, who can ripped your skin.
Cassius is two and a half, and apparently loves surfing already. Just look at the smile on his face! His dad, Cody Iddings, a surfer who writes for The Inertia blog, said: “When I take him out surfing we froth on getting good waves together. He tells me he wants the ‘big waves.’ He throws shakas out to everyone in the water.” One thing’s for sure, if he keeps going the way he is at the moment, little Cassius is going to rip when he’s older!
Soli Bailey has recently emerged from the Indonesian archipelago armed with a stack of footage that will surely blow minds. After chasing and then winning the 2014 ASP Australasia Pro Junior Series, Soli did away with the contest singlet and spent most of the Australian winter traveling through Indonesia making sure he was on every swell. The result, a hypnotising view of Indonesian perfection, torn apart by one of the world’s best junior surfers.
Miles Lee Hargreaves does some fun session at several spot in Indonesia.
California’s Luke Davis has just dropped a brand new clip, about six minutes and twenty seconds long. It was produced by a company called The Vacation Club, and if what we see above is anything to go off, Luke Davis well and truly has earnt his spot in said club.
Back in 1991, the Mentawai Islands in Sumatra were a whisper on the lips of only the most learned surf travellers. Why would anyone bother searching deeper into Indonesia when there was the most perfect left in the world (Grajagan in Java), the most perfect right (Nias just off northern Sumatra) and, between all that, the sublime treats of Bali that included Uluwatu and Padang Padang?
Would Curren’s ten have been a ten in a real, 2014 heat? Who cares? Man, that thing was a scorcher. Seeing Curren carve a hero’s path down the Supertubes point was a treat for the oldies and a lesson for the young’uns (under 30ish). What was even better was free surfing with him and Occy on lay days and getting intimately acquainted with the buckets they regularly throw.