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Haven’t talked to Brock Little for five years, give or take—no particular reason, just drifted apart—but we were pretty good friends for 20 or so years before that. Another one of those slightly inexplicable relationships I’ve managed to forge. Brock was a natural-born big-wave surfer, a street fighter, almost suicidal in his driving style. I […]
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While Diego Santos may not be a name you recognize, this collection of clips from this past winter on the North Shore proves that he can hold his on in the heavy stuff. Putting out a high-quality edit always helps in getting your name out there, anyways.
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Ignore the contest, the main event last week was across the channel at The Box. See this footage of Noa Deane, Jordy Smith, Josh Kerr, CJ Hobgood, Anthony Walsh, Aritz Aranburu, and more getting shacked at West Australia’s most infamous slab for proof.
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From Desillusion: “Based in Oahu, Hawaii, surf photographer Zak Noyle spends countless hours in the water creating dramatic imagery and artful interpretations of the magnificent ocean environment. Directed by Pierre David, this short film bring us to Oahu, Hawaii, to learn more about the man and his ambition to share his photographic vision to the […]
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Much to the chagrin of the ASP, this year’s event windows have yet to sync up with any truly great swells. Instead, Mother Nature provided classic surf on the Gold Coast just after the event ended, and it looks like the same will happen shortly in West Oz. But at some point, their luck is bound to change. In fact, if you look at the forecast for Bells, all signs point to an epic Easter swell. This timing coincides perfectly with the Rip Curl Pro window, potentially setting up a climatic finish on Easter Sunday. For the Top 34, Easter blessings will be plentiful as some of the holiest water in surfing awaits them at the Bells Bowl. Although the Bowl offers only minor barrels, the speed and transition of that section will allow competitors to display some of the finest rail work of the year. Bourez, Jordy, Slater, Parko, and Fanning will be clear favorites if this terrific swell forecast holds true.
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