Indonesian prodigy Rio Waida has taken out the 2017 Hello Pacitan Pro QS1,000 event in pumping waves at Watu Karung in East Java. In its first year as a WSL event, Watu Karung didn’t disappoint with barreling, 3-to-6 foot waves on offer throughout the competition window.
The Rip Curl Padang Cup – Expression Session last Friday While the anticipated swell delivered on Friday, conditions were too inconsistent to run the Padang Cup, so the event organizers utilized the opportunity for an expression session for invitees. The boys clearly enamored with the chance to surf uncrowded Padang, gave us a glimpse of what’s in store for the contest
The world’s best tube riders are ready to gather at Bali’s most iconic wave on Sunday, July 9th for the Rip Curl Cup Opening Ceremony. All are welcome to attend the traditional festivities at Padang Padang Beach to bless the event with good waves and to welcome the official invited surfers.
Lance’s Right, or Hollow Trees, or whatever you want to call it, went absolutely off the charts.
16 of the world’s best junior surfers have just converged on the tiny beachside town of Maresias, Brazil. Home to both 2014 World Champion Gabriel Medina and the Pupo family (Miguel and Samuel), the area prides itself on a lifestyle surrounding surf, sun and an ability to produce Brazil’s best talent in the water.
Keramas was on fire for finals morning of the Komune Bali Pro pres. by The Mad Hueys, with only seven heats needed to run through the Quarters, Semis and Final to crown a champion. The eight surfers left in the draw were gifted the best conditions of the event so far, with flawless 4 – […]
In a do-or-die three days of surfing, both the Rip Curl Gromsearch #5 and the Rip Curl Gromsearch National Finals were decided in challenging conditions at Lakey Peak, Dompu, Sumbawa.
Event one of the Australasian leg of the World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS), the Carve Pro got underway this morning in stormy but improving three to four foot surf at Maroubra beach. Competitors made the most of the conditions on offer with men’s Round 1 and 2 completed and the women getting through to Round 2.
New edit from 15 y.o Indonesian-Japanese surfer Rio Waida. He had fun sesh in Bali, along with his powerful turns and barrelled.
Rio Waida is an Indonesian-Japanese surfer living in Bali. He recently went on a trip to the Mentawais and enjoyed everything on offer, demonstrating his versatility and style: he enjoyed a bird’s eye view landing sick airs, carved out plenty of space for himself with his powerful turns and still had time to get barrelled…repeatedly.