Nate Behl and another slice of rifling Rifles. And here’s another cut from the same trip, filmed over a different two-hour session, and awesomely cut to Jefferson Aeroplane’s White Rabbit. The water, the wave, it’s all the makings of that feeling you get when you haven’t felt tropical for too long.
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.
On Saturday 6th September Ulus was small and crowded – a lull between swells. Roxy surfer Hayanna Iguchi Murakawa was enjoying a surf with her friends when an hour and half into the session she heard people screaming: “I was sitting in the line-up when I heard people cheering and screaming. I looked to the side and saw a huge black fin rise up from the water.”
Here’s Elliot Marshall in Mooshy Mooshy, lighting up on the South Coast of Australia and then heading to Indo to scream through some quite amazing barrels.
The Town of Kure Beach is now home to the newest surfing world record holder! Ben Shaw started riding waves on Saturday morning at 6:34. He kept riding throughout the night, until shortly after 2 p.m. Sunday. In total, the Kure Beach native spent more than 29 consecutive hours on his board in the water.
It’s pretty hard not to have a good time in Bali. Ozzie Wright has a good time in Bali. And although the clip above is full of things that normal people wish they could do, there are two things that really stand out. The bat ray celebrating Wright’s barrel at 39 seconds, and probably the most gigantic fly away air ever on a twin fin.
Kepa Acero clips are always very interesting, and very full of epic waves – and really, what more could you want? He’s got a fervor for travel and will do anything in the name of perfect swell and now, he’s doing it in Indonesia
This, the most recent, is of Adriano De Souza training between events at Mentawai. He’s sitting 7th right now on the World Tour, having a typical De Souza season, all top-ten finishes, not one signature moment. He’s got this whole pro surfer thing pretty dialed.
Over four minutes and thirty-one seconds, you’ll see Roberto D’Amico surfing around Indonesia, as well as short features of Dutch surfer Yannick De Jager. The Indo flu is easy to catch – and once you’ve got it, you can’t stop going back.
Sunday’17th of August, PadmaBoys Challenge 3rd Series was on. Waves were pumping, weather was sunny and everyone was super stoked on this event. Hope you guys enjoy this clip as much as that crowd!!