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Lee Wilson, Mustofa Jeksen, Betet Merta, Nathan Webster, Ellis Ericsson, and Claire Bevilacqua score solid Keramas on Friday May 10, 2013.
Sebastian Zietz, Dustin Barca, Danny Fuller, Eric Geiselman and Lee Wilson embark on a journey to Java to score uncrowded, hollow barrels over shallow reef. In typical Oakley Dispatch fashion, the boys search out, find and conquer a good time, as always. (Some insider information: Eric Geiselman’s DJing talents are on display in this episode — he played two of the songs on the soundtrack.)
Adam Melling and Lee Wilson go off the beaten path to travel to the remote Indonesian Island of Sumatra for some “Fun in the Sun.” The boys end up getting just that, scoring fun right-hand barrels and air sections for days. As Melling departs for the Trestles comp in Southern California, Lee jumps on another plane to throw caution to the wind at Lagundri Bay in Nias. Directed and Edited by Lachlan “Peanut” Mckinnon. Music by Moons, “Waves at Night”.
On the 5th of June, 16 brave souls ventured out to embark on the journey of the Bali International School Surf Camp 2012. This group consisted of both beginners and advanced surfers.
In a championship battle between the best regular-footer of the event and the best goofy-footer of the event, Lee Wilson (Bali) defeated Garut Widiarta (Bali) to claim the inaugural Rip Curl Pro Mentawai in pumping 3-foot Macaronis.
Lee Wilson is an example of a successful surfer: 2-time Indonesian Champion, last year’s Padang Cup Champion and surely more to come. Between getting sick barrels and huge airs on secret surf trips, Lee took some time out to talk to us about his life, comps and free surfing.
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IndoSurfLife.com | 2 April, 2012 | Canggu, Bali: Rounds 3 and 4 of the Oakley Pro 2012 at Canggu were completed today in pumping 4-6 foot surf, with occasional bigger sets closing out the entire beach. The big waves brought out the big moves from Indonesia’s best pro surfers, and after the final horn blew a stop to the days competition there now 8 surfers left to battle it out in tomorrow’s quarterfinals that are scheduled to begin at 6:30 am, conditions permitting.
Lee Wilson just won the Rip Curl Padang Cup. He beat an international field of handpicked tube-gurus (like Ryan Turner, Kalani Chapman and Chris Ward) and a local field of Padang Padang ninjas (like Rizal Tanjung, Garut Widiarta and Bol Purta). He did it in pumping surf. He did it with flair and style. And he did it on his backhand.