Marc Lacomare showing some high performance surfing during a 10 days boat trip in Mentawai
One of the world’s most iconic surfing locations is set to join the World Surf League Qualifying Series calendar in 2015. The Quiksilver Uluwatu Challenge will run from 13-16 August. The event will also be co-sanctioned by the Asian Surfing Championship (ASC), helping to maximize exposure and opportunities for local surfers.
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.
Wave conditions throughout the event were stellar, ranging from two-foot runners to 5-foot washthroughs with virtually perfect 3-4 footers most abundant for the 120 plus competitors from Australia, Brazil, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Thailand, and Taiwan that signed up for the first ever ASC/ISC sanctioned Quiksilver Challenge Canggu, allowing for virtually every type of surfing maneuver […]
Current No. 10 in the world rankings Jeremy Flores yesterday suffered a head-on collision with the reef, far from help in remote Indonesia. Jeremy took to Instagram to share his unfortunate encounter with a vicious Indian Ocean reef. Here’s what he had to say:
Registration has now been closed for the ASC-ISC sanctioned Quiksilver Canggu Challenge that will run at Bali’s famed Canggu Beach from June 20-21, with 112 contestants signed up in the four divisions of competition: Open Men’s, Open Women’s, Junior Boys and Junior Girls.
The first swell of the year arrived at Donkey Bay and was met by a frothing pack of surfers who had travelled to the Namibian Desert for the infamous left hander. Aritz Aranburu, Matt Bromley, Natxo Gonzalez, Davey and Benji Brand, Granville West and a crew of SA guys met the challenge head on. With waves in the 6ft range charging down the 3km of point, the guys averaged walking around 30km each, not to mention tube time.
Quiksilver Indonesia is proud to present the Quiksilver Canggu Challenge in conjunction with the Canggu and Pererenan Boardrider Clubs on June 20-21.
Dane Reynolds just released an eleven minute mash-up of clips that didn’t end up in Dane Reynolds’ part in Cluster. Dane looks truly electric, the music is perfectly MLP, and the edit is exactly the kind of thing that made Dane’s portal the sport’s most visited for so long.
In the clip above, Aritz toys with Teahupoo on its smaller days and rides deep into the foam ball on its larger, a magnificent show of skill and determination.