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11 Year Old Surfing Double-Overhead Waves | Gromheaven
Hugo Prins, 11 years old from Seignosse France was lucky enough to change his hooded 53 Rip Curl Flashbomb, his gloves and boots for a pair of boardshorts during a number of trips over the last 6 months. Searching perfect waves took him to some of the most beautiful places on our planet. The images were shot by Didier Piter Surfcoaching, Geni Larosa, photographer on the MV Addiction and Benjamin & Jean-Marc Boyer. XTreme Video, Home of extreme creators since 1994! Subscribe for more action & new videos here ► https://www.youtube.com/XTremeVideo Check our Website ► http://www.x-tremevideo.com Like us on Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/Xtvideo
Restaurants Is the Tour's Guilty Pleasure
You've tuned in to Stab and Corona's semi-live broadcast of the CT's finest peripheral moments. In this Beach Chair episode we've landed on the shores of Tavarua and motored alongside it's fantastic barrier reef to point lenses toward the action taking place at Restaurants in and around the 2017 Outerknown Fiji Pro. It's a special stretch, as picturesque and mechanical as left handers come. During low tide fins tickle the live coral heads, at high, there's a skatepark of pockets and high performance opportunities. While the weather didn't resemble its usual postcard self, for a short period there was enough energy bending into the island's sweet spot to entice the likes of John Florence, Julian Wilson, Matt Wilkinson, Wiggolly Dantas, Connor O'Leary, super coach Glen 'Micro' Hall (once again looking fabulous on two fins) and commentary royalty Barton Lynch and Martin Potter. There's little need to dive into descriptive language, so please allow our cast to entertain for the next couple minutes.
Congratulations Matt Wilkinson | 2017 Outerknown Fiji Pro Champion
In one of the most entertaining and unforeseen, finals of the year, Matt Wilkinson has taken the win at the 2017 Outerknown Fiji Pro over rookie Connor O’Leary. It was a stunning day in tropical paradise, with 6 – 8 foot sets rolling through the reef at Cloudbreak – the sun was shining, the action was non-stop – and the result was almost fairy-tale-esque. It was turn-for-turn, barrel-for-barrel, wave-for-wave, first-to-second and then back again for the entire 35-minute final – and it wasn’t until the last four minutes that Wilko was able to snag the lead and, as the ocean went silent, keep it for good. “Now, well… now I guess it’s time to go drink some beer!” Wilko says, almost laughing as he bends over from exhaustion, a huge grin on his face. “What else do you do when you win the OK Fiji Pro!?” Video: World Surf League Music: Conway Hambone Track: Lush Truck Source: Getty Images
The 2017 Outerknown Fiji Pro Warm-Ups
We're back, this time we've traded the sands and cliffs of the Australian leg for fibreglass and a romantically decrepit tower. We're here at tour stop number five and we've brought along our lenses once again to capture the fantastic peripherals of competitive surfing in the latest Stab x Corona Beach Chair episode. We take delight in the moments before and after the sirens sound – admittedly the pregame and speculation excites us. So today, on the eve of the event, we climbed aboard the tower (under strict instructions not to flick a single switch) and put a camera in the sky to share vision from the warm-up routine of the top 34. The day started quietly. At sunrise Cloudbreak was barely topping the shoulders, by evening it was consistent overhead. For most, today was the first opportunity to stretch the legs. The few that arrived earlier, like Jack Freestone, had been grounded by flat conditions and were forced to share the first of the energy with the rest of the tour who sailed in before noon. It was a competitive lineup throughout the day and the goofy-footers appeared to have considerable advantage in the quick, textured conditions. Sitting up the point were Gabriel Medina, Owen Wright, Nat Young and Matt Wilkinson who attacked the feathering walls at pace, Glenn 'Micro' Hall took the same approach and sold us his twin fin, freesurf dream while injury wildcard, Yago Dora made his fresh presence more than felt. From the natural footer's corner, Frederico Morais, Conner Coffin, Jack Freestone, Bede Durbidge, Steph Gilmore and Stu Kennedy all found opportunity to utilise rail in the onshore breeze. Back from recent injury, Italo Ferreira got busy resuming his campaign, while Tatiana Weston-Webb and Courtney Conlogue prepped for their final showdown. Tomorrow competition begins. They'll run Courtney and Tatiana's final before men's heat one commences and we're expecting twice as much size. Stay tuned for more dispatches from the pristine waters of Fiji thanks to your pals at Stab and Corona.