Results for Rip Curl
We just had the swell forecast updated today, there are 3 Southwest swell coming to Indonesia. In the next 10 days we will have 3 opportunities to score waves like this at Padang-padang, Bali. This photo was taken during the Rip Curl Cup that takes place every year at Padang, the Balinese Pipeline as it is known. Are you joint us for a photo sesh next swell?
Grommets will rule once again as the 11th annual Rip Curl GromSearch National final comes down in the crystal clear waters and perfect waves of Nusa Lembongan, Bali. September 27th & 28th will find Indonesia’s most talented young surfers, who earned their spots by winning regional GromSearch event qualifiers in Java, Lombok, Sumbawa and Bali, getting the opportunity to write themselves into Indonesian Surfing folklore.
Padang-padang is considered the Balinese Pipeline. It does not break so often then when It’s On the boys will be out there choosing the best ones to get barrelled. Here Made “Garut” Widiarta is showing why he is 2014’s Rip Curl Cup Champion. The Kuta Board rider surfer is one of the most experienced local surfer at this break.
Photo: Iuri Borba
Adaaran Hudhuran Fushi Resort-Maldives: In an exciting 35 minute finale to three days of riveting competition at the inaugural Maldives Open 2014, Bali’s Garut Widiarta defeated the Maldives number one ranked surfer Hussain Areef in lined up 3-4 foot Lhohis perfection to claim victory.
Brazil’s Gabriel Medina making it look too easy. Jump into an aerial masterclass with the world number one as he tears apart the North Shore, Hawaii. #SurfingIsEverything
Portuguese ripper Francisco Alvez just dropped this dreamy edit of his recent trip to the Mentawais this summer.
Last Sunday we got to the beach around 11AM, and it was high tide. Waves were barely breaking with 2-3 ft sets coming through. Around 12:30 a good set of 3 or 4 waves barreled all the way to the channel and we decide to go out and snap some shots . A few minutes later some 8 footers were coming through producing what Padang is known for… Wide and heavy barrels. Check the photos and leave your comments.
The world’s best surfers put everything on the line as they battled the world’s most dangerous wave for an historic Finals day at the Billabong Pro Tahiti, stop no. 7 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour (WCT).
That’s the trio we’re looking at here folks. Everything about it is badass. We can’t really endorse the board he rides at the 2:34 mark, but he’s Tom Curren and can do whatever the hell he wants. Revisit his perfect 10 in the heritage heat against Occy at 3:45. Then watch it again.