Australia's biggest grassroots, boardriders event series showcased the 20 best surf clubs in the country. The defending champions from Queensland maintained their consistency and finished second in the last event of the day in the teams' relay division.
"Thanks very much for another amazing event down here. We love coming down here, we love the locals and enjoy the atmosphere with all the clubs," expressed Jay Phillips, the Snapper Rocks captain.
It was just another sunny day in San Diego. The small summer waves invited surfers to take their Malibus and longboards out the back. Nevertheless, one man thought different.
Skimboarding specialist Austin Keen decided to paddle out with three boards. He believed he could do better than the creative Hawaiian wave rider Jamie O'Brien. Instead of two, Keen wanted to ride three different boards.
A fleet of 112 world-class surfers travel to Hawaii to fight for 3000 Qualifying Series (QS) points and a $100,000 prize purse. The 2015 surfing season is officialy opened in the venue of all venues.
The top 16 Hawaiians from the Volcom Pipe Pro will be sent into the $100,000 Pipe Invitational, which serves as the trials for the 2015 Pipe Masters, held on the first day of contestable surf within the event window in December.
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