Gabriel Medina Wins 2014 Billabong Pro Tahiti

posted by / ASP / August 26, 2014

So… that jersey come with a tow rope?

So… that jersey come with a tow rope?

No matter how much Michel Bourez stalled, he just couldn’t put off a loss to Bede Durbidge. Procrastination simply doesn’t work.

No matter how much Michel Bourez stalled, he just couldn’t put off a loss to Bede Durbidge. Procrastination simply doesn’t work.

Kelly Slater, the joy of Cocoa Beach.

Kelly Slater, the joy of Cocoa Beach.

No?

No?

Try getting John John Florence to grab his rail. We dare you.

Try getting John John Florence to grab his rail. We dare you.

John John Florence, much to the delight of fans.

John John Florence, much to the delight of fans.

Isn’t she lovely and/or completely terrifying?

Isn’t she lovely and/or completely terrifying?

Dion Atkinson, engulfed by the best result of his career.

Dion Atkinson, engulfed by the best result of his career.

No need to check, Gabriel Medina. There’s definitely a barrel back there.

No need to check, Gabriel Medina. There’s definitely a barrel back there.

Owen Wright won the Andy Irons award for being the most committed surfer in the event. That guy in the orange 69 “DE PUTA MADRE” shirt won the Kenny Powers award for most committed wardrobe in the channel.

Owen Wright won the Andy Irons award for being the most committed surfer in the event. That guy in the orange 69 “DE PUTA MADRE” shirt won the Kenny Powers award for most committed wardrobe in the channel.

This was one of the best heats of forever. Kelly Slater threads while John John oversees — both are somehow smiling.

This was one of the best heats of forever. Kelly Slater threads while John John oversees — both are somehow smiling.

John John takes one last crack at the 9.88 he needed.

John John takes one last crack at the 9.88 he needed to impeach Kelly.

Did he get the score? Did he not? John and Kelly sat together in the channel — both grinningly overwhelmed by the heat they just surfed — and waited for the judges to serve John John a score .01 shy of what he needed.

Did he get the score? Did he not? John and Kelly sat together in the channel — both grinningly overwhelmed by the heat they just surfed — and waited for the judges to serve John John a score .01 shy of what he needed.

Didn’t have Bede Durbidge on your fantasy team? We’ll forgive you. The point system won’t.

Didn’t have Bede Durbidge on your fantasy team? We’ll forgive you. The point system won’t.

Kelly, into the mystic.

Kelly, into the mystic.

Here comes the sun. And probably the world title. Gabriel Medina, the champ.

Here comes the sun. And probably the world title. Gabriel Medina, the champ.

Gabriel salutes his people (or at least that woman with the oar).

Gabriel salutes his people (or at least that woman with the oar).


All Photos: Brent Bielmann

The scale is broken…
Actually, a lot of things are broken. Michel Bourez’s realistic shot at the 2014 World Title. One of Kolohe Andino’s Mayhems. Slater enthusiasts’ hearts. And certainly, the ASP judging scale — it was relentlessly abused today, trampled by a stampede of perfection. Teahupo’o was on its beast behavior and the 12 men left in the draw surfed like they had something to prove. Out of the 11 heats, 10 featured a wave in the 9.00+ range. Six of them ended with heat totals above 19.00. Ace Buchan lost with a 19.00 heat total. John John Florence lost with a 19.77! What were the judges meant to do — not allot perfect scores to perfect surfing in perfect waves? It was the highest scoring day in ASP history and that’s a complete guess but it’s probably true. Journalism!

Morning thunder
And lightning. But really just some banter on the guys who lost in Round 5 (top) and the Quarters (bottom).

Michel Bourez: M. Bourez got B. Durbidged in the first heat of the morning and his dream of the 2014 crown officially began to crumble. Sure, he could get on a heater and win the next few events but sure, Jihad Khodr could get back on tour with a brand new repertoire of airs that would make Filipe Toledo seem dull. Some things in life are simply unlikely. But by the way, I’d love to see Michel prove me wrong.
Tiago Pires: Anybody seen this man’s feet? He sure as hell couldn’t find them this morning in his 6.16 heat total against Kolohe Andino. Still, a fantastic showing from the prince of Portugal.
Kai Otton: Kai fought the Dion Atkinson and the Dion Atkinson won. They should form a blue collar surfer’s union on tour, Kai and Dion. Bede too could join.
Brett Simpson: The #Simpotrain came screeching to a halt at Owen Wright junction today. But if you’re going to pick one event on the calendar to turn your season around and start making heats, this has got to be it. It’s one thing to find momentum in Brazil; it’s entirely different to find it at big, scary Teahupo’o. Let’s see what this confidence boost heading into Lowers.

Ace Buchan: Does it still count as losing when you lose with a 19.00 point heat total? Yes, it absolutely does. But the sting must be lessened when you go home with those 1-point-shy-of-perfection visions. And, you know, a result.
Kolohe Andino: After winning a grand total of 2 heats in the first 3 events of the year, Kolohe Andino has suddenly found himself in 8th place in the ratings. He’s ahead of John John. He’s ahead of Jordy. He’s ahead of Julian. He’s behind Gabriel, and that’s probably pissing him off. He lost to Gabe today, but proved that he’s here for business while he was at it.
Dion Atkinson: Dion eventually felt the sting of John John Florence, but he did it with a 9.43 in his pocket. How them Quarters taste bud?
Owen Wright: Owen’s name gets the extra size because he won the Andy Irons award for being the most committed surfer. And how, you ask, did he do that? By being an actual wooly mammoth. Owen was an intrepid goer all event. He threw himself over the ledge without any hesitation on the most horrific waves the South Pacific would toss at him. He’d make impossible drops and when he wouldn’t, he’d surface with a grin and give it another go. Owen’s stock totally rose this event. Buy, buy, buy!

The grandest finale
And so the semifinalist were etch into the ASP’s limestone. Gabriel Medina beat Bede Durbidge in the first semi because duh. Bede had a hell of an event, but an even more hellish heat against Gabe. 4.17 points don’t look very nice when stacked up against 18.67. Still, is there anything in life Bede can’t do? The guy has won Lowers. He making semis at Teahupo’o. Versatilely is his legal middle name.

Then the ground shook. The John John Florence VS Kelly Slater semifinal was probably one of the best heats of all time. John John threw away a 9.40 and a 9.10 — and he lost! Sip on that for a moment. The final tally ended up being locked up at 19.77 points, but Kelly got the nod because he had a higher scoring wave. That’s what a 10 will do for you. That, and force every observer to make an audible sex-like moan because that’s what people do at terrific sporting events (they make sex-like moans).

And it was time for the final. Gabriel Medina against Robert Kelly Slater. Young, old. American, Brazilian. Goofy, regular. Bald, still drinks chocolate milk. The dichotomy! Yet both so wildly talented on a surfboard. The heat started with the two surfers paddling each other up the reef and out of position like a bunch of dickheads. That lead to a heat restart, and no one truly complained. Slats was completely out of rhythm for half the heat while Gabriel built a treehouse made of scores. Finally, Kelly found an axe and started chopping away, only needing a 9.33 in the dying minutes. He got a wave — worthy of the score — then got swallowed. When you thought it was over, he caught another wave under Gabe’s priority, stalling for a long tube and tasting the excellent range. Was it the score? Was it not? The anticipation!

It was not. .03 points shy of it, in fact. So close, and not at all so far. But will this be the spark Kelly needs to make this jumped jog a real title race? Is this a new rivalry and if not, should we make it one? Or should we just ignore all that and hand the trophy over to Gabe now? We’ll see.

They say that tomorrow…
You will have no choice but to carry on with the mundanities of your day-to-day life and the 2014 Billabong Pro Tahiti will be nothing more than a big, blue, saccharine memory. Like that of a first kiss. —Brendan Buckley

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  • John Macble

    Poor article
    other web sites are way more unbiased

  • Meg

    agree

  • Remnar

    I hate Medina, he’s the biggest asshole in surfing. And what makes me hate him even more is how big of douche bags Brazil fans are.

  • vinicius

    Medina make us brazilians love even more surfing and surfing contests enough of just americans and australians been best of the world. Be prepared to hear that medina will be the first brazilian world champion!!!!! peace

  • Remnar

    Good thing no one from Germany surfs.

  • Tomas Turbando

    and better thing is that no one from Brasil knows your mom, Remmar!

  • Remnar

    Yeah, but everyone from America knows your mom.

  • Nicolau Barbosa

    Very poor and and impressive as he did not bother and exalt the victory of gabriel. Its concentration, game plan and the ability to stay focused!

  • Rafael Soeltl

    Remmar, I feel sorry about you, since you’re from a developed country, you should come with a better point of view, or at least you should have, but seems like your mind is so poor as your spirit and i cannot blame as poor and ignorant one nation using you as a example!

  • Nicolau Barbosa

    Do not be jealous, be complacent!
    He is the leader, champion of the coliseum surf, proving to everyone that it’s a complete athlete at 20 years old!

  • Medina 1

    Medina hás proved , once again! The question is Who is gonna match Medina?the Ozzy and American júnior must push it harder…FReestone, Parkes, matt banting,for me not even close to Medina. Só the tip is work hard Austrália and América, because time hás chenged for good…

  • Remnar

    Look. Regardless of where I’m from, the reason I have a problem with Medina is the way he competes. He’s just an ass while out in the water, even the commentators yesterday described his “tactics” rubbed other competitors the wrong way. I’ve seen him pull some stupid stunts causing near collisions during heats that puts both athletes in harm’s way. Other athletes on tour show each other some common courtesy while out in the water, Medina doesn’t. People always have to defend him by saying that once you get to know him, he’s a really nice guy. Sure, that may be true, but they’re basically saying that he’s an asshole until you get to know him. I’ve been following surfing for a long time, and never really cared about one nation or another. I have many favorite surfers from different nations. The problem I have with Brazil fans is that they seem to enjoy rubbing wins in everyone else’s faces. If you’re really concerned about setting examples, just look at all the trash talking Brazilians do on athlete’s facebook pages, it’s ridiculous.

  • Remnar

    I didn’t say he was a bad surfer, I’m just saying he comes off as a big asshole.

  • Remnar

    You see, this is exactly what I’m talking about. It’s only a battle between nations for Brazil. No one ever cares that Fanning is from Australia, or John John from Hawaii, or Kelly from America, ect. I don’t care about where other surfers are from, it’s never been about one nation winning over another. Brazil fans seem to make it all about that though, and it’s annoying.

  • matt obrien

    we can always remind them about soccer and the world cup. seriously though, more truth in your words then not. o course go over to Stab and it is just freaking ugly ugly ugly… from Aussies mostly!

  • kyle

    gabriel meginas a computer

  • Arson

    Kelly is still the best surfer by far. Unfortunately the younger guys have gotten into his head. That’s two contests in a row where he’s blown it by trying to do too much, instead of just surfing the wave as it presents itself. He has technique and skills no other surfer has. All he has to do is relax, ignore all the head games, and he’ll win his 12th title.

  • Rod

    Yep like AI, Kelly, Dingo (leg rope pulling tactics), CJ (almost running over Medina in his first Bells comp), Sunny Garcia etc are all very polite and never over competed or hassle. As always there is lack of objectivity in your analysis towards surfers who are not in the Australia-USA axis. You guys are always picking defects without a deep looking around to justify a bias point of view.

  • Rod

    I must agree with you. This is just a pain in the ass. But maybe if the english spoken surfers backed down of the stereotype bullshit it wouldn’t happen so frequently

  • Rod

    Didn’t think it was a bias article, just shy on Gabriel’s performance.

  • Enrico

    Come get us dude… You couch fighter love saying shit behinde computers.. But r so mad cause never had the balls to say something on our face.. We would beat the sh*t out of any of you

  • VINICIUS

    REMNAR GO SURF!!!!!CONGRATS MEDINA AND ALL SURFERS FOR THE AMAZING SHOW YESTERDAY

  • Remnar

    Doubt it. Don’t be so confident without knowing who I actually am.

  • Fred

    This is competition. Medina used strategy like Slater used many many times in the past. Using priority, talking to his opponents. I agree that Jhon Jhon was the best surfer of the contest, but he got Slater in the way. Medina won because was the most competitive surfer and used the best strategy. I think its funny to see comments talking crap about him. He got the right waves, always getting the first good score on board and putting pressure on his opponents. He has everything a champion needs, strategy, amazing surfing, competitive and almost no mistakes and little bit of lucky. Exactly like Slater in many many years during his run up to world title. Any of you remember Slater using priority against Parko in AUS, that wave would be the winner for parko, Slater even received a the “bird” from Parko. So this is competition! There are surfers that always will be the best one of free surf or the ones that surf great in one heat but they are not consistent. Medina still a favorite in Trestles, waves that he can easily win another contest and get closer to the title. He also charged on teahupoo. So, please haters. Think before write all the crap. If competition supposed to be about the best surfer, surfers like shane dorian, Ross Willians, JJF would be world champions. Competition is about strategy, consistency and lucky factor. If medina would got JJF in the semi final he would go down. Slater made mistakes in the final and lost. Medina with his hard work won. Well deserved!

  • Fred

    I agree. If you are american or aussie it is ok to be competitive and hassle. Like Staler did many many years but because he’s brazilian he is an ass. it is funny see the frustration from the american and aussie crowd when they don’t have a real runner up to the title. my opinion the winner is all of us. I would love to see a world champ from Brazil or MB from french polynesia or TP tom Portugal. That would be great for the sport. and to be honest who wants to see kelly always winning. time for a change.

  • Alexandre Melo

    ASL has provided the best article so far.

  • Alexandre Melo

    poor guy,
    how miserable you are. Just recognize him as a real talent. He´s with god and you´re such a nonsense guy.

  • John Macble

    here is a GOOD article, so that you guys don’t think I am brazilian biased

    surfermag . com written by TODD

  • Mik

    i think that Kelly was by far the best surfer in this contest. JJF is in the realm, as is Owen, but Kelly just dominated this event. Medina is shrewd. He’s very talented. But for sure he didn’t charge the deep ones like the above guys, and many others. He tactically get people in combo land, and then controls Heats. Smart competitor, but I don’t really like watching his Heats, the way I like watching KS, JJF, Jordy, Owen, Freddy P. Those guys inspire me. Still, congratulations to him, he’s playing his game and he’s winning. The rest of the Tour better wake up. For instance, Medina wasn’t taking off on the deepest bombs, so why bother to paddle up the reef? Let him sit there. Kelly and Kolohe should have gone no more than 5 years deeper than their own deep line up. Medina wouldn’t go deeper than that and if he did, he’d have gotten smoked, because if Kelly isn’t making waves deeper, then no one is. That would have let Kelly/Kolohe manage the Heat. Just go hard to head shoulder to shoulder and take the waves of let an interference go down. You can’t let him run his show.

  • Mik

    btw: Kelly losing by .03 means that very easily the event could have been Kelly’s, and would have had there been one less Aussie on the judges panel. They simply cannot stomach another Kelly Slater World title. But they may have to… Because Kelly can easily win the rest of the events.

  • Guy Barroso

    Chanpions mix tatics and technics! Medina grows, is a hazardous contender. A new generation is coming!!!!!!!

  • diego zapata

    So Gabriel Medina has proved himself, yet again. He’s proved himself in small waves, he’s proved himself in shitty waves, he’s proved himself in the air and now he’s proved himself in big, gnarly waves of consequence.
    It’s frustrating to see the commenters on social media lighting up about Gabriel Medina winning – “Oh, Kelly got robbed. Gabriel never should have won. The judges suck.” The list goes on and on. But let me ask you this – if you replaced Gabriel’s name with Nat Young (if you’re American) or Matty Wilko (if you’re Australian), would you still feel the same way?
    If your answer is no, then you need to have a long, hard think about why – because if you’re prejudice against having a Brazilian World Champ, you’re gunna have a tough road ahead.
    Tip your hats, ladies and gents, because Gabriel Medina is GOING to be your first Brazilian World Champ. And it’s about time you got used to it.

  • diego zapata

    Biggest asshole in surfing ? Haha like you know the guy . Nazis like you should be banned from commenting

  • Remnar

    Just the way he surfs heats. Plus, I’m not the only person who thinks it. And you can’t criticize me for calling someone an asshole without knowing him, then call me a nazi without you knowing me, you stupid fuck.

  • mediator

    hater… jump off a cliff without a parachute!

  • mediator

    don’t forget to stick a carrot in your ass…

  • mediator

    what’s your problem dude? you must have been a victim of the donkey show… stick with rollerblading, that’s your sport.

  • Remnar

    Pull the dick out of yours first.

  • Remnar

    I wouldn’t like Medina regardless of where he was from. That’s kind of the point I’m trying to get across here. I dislike Medina because I think he competes like an ass. I also just find other surfers to have more style that interests me and inspires me more than he does. That wouldn’t change if he were American or Australian. I just don’t like him. The reason why Brazil bugs the shit out of me is how obnoxious the fans are. Before Medina, it was never a battle of nationality. Brazilians all seem to jump onto the ASP scene now that there is someone from Brazil who is a pretty decent surfer, not because of his surfing, but just because he’s from Brazil. I strongly doubt most of you would give two shits about Medina either if he wasn’t from Brazil. I cheer for surfers, not nations.

  • Remnar

    I never said I hated Medina because he’s from Brazil. I said I hated how obnoxious the fans from Brazil are. I don’t know how many times I have to say it, I dislike Medina because of the way he surfs and competes. I don’t give a shit where he’s from. If there were a surfer that I liked from Brazil, then I wouldn’t care if he won a world title.

  • Refrus Ruofefil

    I think Barton Lynch won a world tittle. Anybody talk about his surfing much. Then there’s Matt Archbold and those types. No tittle, but remembered for they’re surfing and other things. Style is always remembered. Competition facts are good for future trivial bullshit babble. Is Kelly Slater or Gabriel Medina going to share the prize money with you?

  • Refrus Ruofefil

    A lot of surf fans from America seem to have a negative biass against Brazilian surfers, but not so much with skateboarders, musicians, artists, and other types of people from Brazil. Can’t control where you were born. Some Brazilian surfers seem to be more hungry and ambitious and get negatively pegged for that characteristic. Too many surfers, not enough waves. There’s aggressive surfers from all over the world and non agressive surfers from Brazil. Got to be in it to win it, and if you’re not in the contest, that wave priority triangle in surfing exsists everywhere. There’s always an aggressive element when you’re trying to work your way up or are in the top part of the pecking order. How about a Surfing Magazine feature on some Brazilian surfers not linked to competion or localism.

  • Refrus Ruofefil

    Win or Lose, Gabriel works hard at it.

  • Nicolau Barbosa

    You mean a big asshole just like you?

  • Eli

    now Remman below said brazilians throw their victories on everyones faces…and that we have never won..it’s a new thing the under dog comming up…but i know it can be abnoxious at times…now…to say that the kid uses tatics that put people in jeperdy?? How?? It is a game of victory..guys that just surf good and don’t compete are not going to win if they don’t change their game plan…the kid came to win..like Kelly…Kelly did whatever it took to win..and now that he has almost 12 wins (if Gabriel keeps letting waves like he did on the last wave of the heat!!what was that?!! it hink he was hurt from the wipe out..but still go for it man..it’s the title) people don’t call him an ……… sorry don’t like to curse.

    anyway…Gabriel is good and a good player in the game with other tactics and strategies…now can he finalize? better go all the way…

    peace…in the middle east…

  • Remnar

    If me thinking someone is an asshole makes me an asshole, then what does that make you?

  • Remnar

    Nah, man, it’s not about Brazil. I have nothing bad to say about De Souza or Pupo, or any other guy on tour from Brazil. And I’m not upset that the current rank leader is from Brazil. I simply just don’t like Medina or how a lot of the fans coming from Brazil make the whole surfing scene a competition between nations. I’m not going to like anyone based on what country they’re from. I’m going to like whoever I think is a great surfer and not a douche about it. I’d like to see someone from Brazil a world champ, just not Medina because I think he’s a tool.

  • Giuliano Barbirato

    Don´t cry Remnar! Medina is much better than JJ, Kolohe and Nat! I feel sorry for you!!!

  • Giuliano Barbirato

    Mik, Medina charged the deep ones in quarterfinals and semis! In the final heat, he charged the massive bombs! He deserved!!!

  • Mik

    He did get that one bomb in the final Guiliano, but it was actually a quick in and out tube. So I think that the final could have easily been scored with Kelly winning by a 1 pt. margin. But yeah, if you are a fan of Gabriel, you are a proud happy camper. He definitely is talented, and that talent will only get stronger. I’m not anti Medina, or anti Brazil, in any way. For this contest though, Kelly and John John were on another level. Kelly really shocked me in fact. He is amazingly confident in heavy waves. He showed it at Pipe last year, and in Tahiti, he simply took over. Respect that, too, eh?

  • Ed Galo

    Typical Brazilian, poor looser?

  • Ed Galo

    Most of all the Brazilians surfer move in a group like a bunch of gypsy? Why do you think
    the some of the top Brazilians surfers move Orange County California to
    get away from our own Brazilians culture, do you call that a true Brazilians?

  • Mizutani

    I believe would be nice for the sport to have a champion from a developing country. It would not bring happiness to people in its countries but would also play a key role in the development of the whole surfing industry and lifestyle in Brazil. I believe is very wrong to consider all brazilian fans jerks because they are excited with Medina. A lot of people identifies with him regardless if they are surf fans or not. He give people hope that they can also overcome difficulties in life. Medina is a true idol for many people. Feel sorry for the narrow view some people have. You can find them in every country.

  • freerider

    Good grief–more Teenie Bopper-star stuck- surf starlet Groupies. Dudes–it just doesn’t really matter–just get “off the sofa”- go out tomorrow- and catch and ride some waves of “your own”…it might change your life……

  • Analitico

    Funny…when Kelly started competing on the WCT a lot of guys said ‘oh…he’s from Florida, small wave kind of rider…or he plays mind games with other competitors, etc’ and he won 11x doing all the shit..Now you are about to see Gabriel win the title and you are freakin’ out about it. Hey Brendan…John John surfs, Gabriel competes…Julian Wilson surfs, Kelly competes…and the list goes on. Some surfers are on the WT as ‘extras’…some are the main ones…Like Formula 1 brah…some drivers are there for no reason…some are to win no matter what…Kelly, Medina, Mick, Joel, Adriano are some of those guys..the other guys, forget about it.
    Good to have Medina doing what he’s doing right now…less boring heats, no too much ‘dejavu’…”Oh, Kelly won”, “Oh Fanning won”…whatever…we are all tired of these guys already…by the way…Taj is the ‘forever best surfer who never won a world title’…got it..?
    We want excitement, we want to see guys surfing as competitors not as friends…We watch this thing all day long, on tv, on computers, etc…to see the bullshit ‘dejavu’??…
    Go Gabriel…make this WT more exciting…go Slater..chase your 12th trophy…but I bet Gabriel will win his first World Title in Portugal…just to make sure that him and the new school are here to stay!
    Enough ‘dejavu’ on WT…Thanks Gabriel Medina for it!!

  • Analitico

    Hey Remnar, I think you don’t get it…Competition is competition brah …if you don’t like..go watch Smurfs on Cartoon Networks…or Go play your Xbox 360. Those guys are paid to compete not to shake hands…while you don’t like Medina…he’s about to win his first W.Title and you are behind this computer complaining about it…go live your life bro…life is too short…move on!

  • SDMIKE11YEARSNINDOSAYS

    Wow this one really got everyone going.. Lots of great comments and some classic funny ones too. Hey, but guess what G.M. Clearly won, he has won three this year he is 20 years old. Give the kid some respect and he is number one in the world right now. And by the way he “like Kelly, Andy or any Champion” from any sport ain’t here to be any body’s pal.. He is here to win.

  • freerider

    Good grief–more Teenie Bopper-star stuck- surf starlet Groupies. Dudes–it just doesn’t really matter–just get “off the sofa”- go out tomorrow- and catch and ride some waves of “your own”…it just might change your life……Peace.

  • Remnar

    You must be new to the whole ASP thing, jumping on the Brazilian crazy train and all, but it’s still a little too early to be saying Medina is about to win his first world title. There’s still four events to go, and all it will take is for him to lose one and Kelly to win one to put Kelly in the lead again. Look at the points you idiot. Medina isn’t really that far ahead.

  • Analitico

    I’ll talk to you after Portugal…

  • Donpato

    John Johns’ last wave was a 9.90 for sure, longest barrel of the heat too! they gave it to Slats coz he had a 10, they could have given John John a 10 on at least one of his great rides, he just makes it look to easy! maybe that is why they didn’t give him a 10 also?

  • Rod

    Watch it again. Medina was on the two bigger ones. Actually his three nines on the final where sizeable and he was deep in two of them. And if you compare his waves to his opponent’s he was always in the best and bigger ones. Exception to Bede that was smashed at the bigger wave of their heat. People lack objectivity in their analyzes.

  • Rod

    So true! It is scary be the frontrunner and have Mick right on your tail but it is way scarier to have Kelly on your rearview mirror.

  • medinaisapainracistsass

    Do you feel this pain in ur ass ?

    Or : do you like it ? That’s the question dude !

    The Medina’s victory at CHOPES brought us ONE truth : USA and Australia (Austria ?) have the biggest rate of BIG KOOKS WITH A TONN OF SHIT IN THEIR EYES of the entire world ! Great victory !

    “Medina won with airs in one foot wave” ? That’s it ! and he does not eat vegemite and speak a weird langage, he’s not blond ?

  • Bernardo

    Medina is the best ever hands down. most progressive surfer, can charge in any condition. He is the King. by by JJF pls go play cards with Dane Raynolds.