Caribbean pro surfer and model Maud Le Car used her splendid surfing skills to promote natural protection against mosquitoes. Fair enough. We've seen everything already, haven't we?
Here's the punchline: "Female pro surfers can look glamor and talented at the same time." But, how can she prove that? Let's invite Maud Le Car to ride a few waves on high heels, especially if a night dress is added to the equation.
In a way, the film directed by Max Lowe reminds us of how surfing has drastically evolved in the 21st century. You don't need an ocean anymore. Surfers are where moving waters are.
In Montana, Wyoming and Idaho you will meet enthusiastic surfers who check wave conditions through a rather different prism. Is there too much garbage in the water? Has it rained too much?
The Brazilian surfer defeated Andy Criere in the men's final, held in two-to-three-foot A-frame waves. Bino opened his account with a strong 8.17 and backed it up with a 9.40 for a collection of vertical backside snaps.
"I'm over the moon; I can't even describe the feeling. I feel so lucky to have had the best waves in the semis and final, cause I matched with the top guys, and they were really tough heats," expressed Bino Lopes.
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