The Hobgoods scored some of the best G-Land we’ve seen in over a decade while filming for their new movie.
Watch this clip below of CJ Hobgood touring a 360 degree view of what it’s like to get pitted at Chopes which dropped in along with an announcement from WSL CEO Paul Speaker earlier today. (Toggle the arrows in the top left corner for the full perspective).
C.J. Hobgood announced during the Fiji Pro that this season will be his last. In this exclusive interview, the 2001 World Champion sits down with Ronnie Blakey to share his thoughts on leave the Tour after 17 years, achieving his dreams, and what he wants — and doesn’t want — for the future.
Some great footage of surfing action, including some pro riders getting dumped. Alex and Koa Smith, the brothers behind LastNameFirst.tv, drop a highlight reel from last winter that leaves us weak in the knees and chomping at the bit for high season in Hawaii.
CJ Hobgood almost faceplants on a rock whilst freesurfing at the Cascais Billabong Pro after claiming an aerial to Felipe Toledo.
Opening day of the Billabong Pro Tahiti greeted the ASP Men’s top competitors with 10-15 ft surf at Teahupo’o. It was a full day of both triumph and tragedy as amazing rides went down, and cringing wipeouts were had. Matt Wilkinson, Adam Melling, Taj Burrow, Mick Fanning, Alejo Muniz, CJ Hobgood, Jordy Smith, Kai Otton and Taumata Puhetini took the worst beatings of the day. Watch the worst wipeouts from the opening rounds of competition during the Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014.
The Fiji Pro is right around the corner and any excuse to re-watch these Fiji freight trains that went down at Cloudbreak three years ago is good enough for us. Come to think of it, last year wasn’t all too bad either! If you compare these conditions to anything the Top 34 have surfed so far this year, it should be interesting to see who can keep pace with whatever the South Pacific has in store this year.
C.J. Hobgood (USA), 32, is without question considered one of the best right-foot-forward surfers of all time. The 2001 ASP World Champion’s signature style and prowess in heavy barrels has secured his position among the ASP World Title hopefuls for well over a decade and recently SURFER Magazine caught up with Hobgood to get his expertise on which goofies have have the greatest impact on the sport. Hobgood broke down the details for SURFER Magazine with his Top 10 picks. This… is their story…