Vans US Open Of Surfing: Saturday Photos

posted by / Photos / July 27, 2013

If watching a big boy like Jordy Smith surf a small wave like HB doesn’t remind you of the fat guy in a little coat scene from Tommy Boy, then you simply have poor taste. Photo: Jimmicane

If watching a big boy like Jordy Smith surf a small wave like HB doesn’t remind you of the fat guy in a little coat scene from Tommy Boy, then you simply have poor taste. Photo: Jimmicane

A face that nobody could say no to. Jordy Smith, recently engaged. Photo: Jimmicane

A face that nobody could say no to. The recently engaged Jordy Smith. Photo: Jimmicane

Enter your favorite phallic reference about a blimp here. Photo: Corey Wilson

Enter your favorite phallic reference about a blimp here. Photo: Corey Wilson

Your quintessential US Open spectator. Photo: Corey Wilson

Your quintessential US Open spectator. Photo: Corey Wilson

Care to race? Photo: Jimmicane

Care to race? Photo: Jimmicane

Jadson Andre is singlehandedly trying to air reverse his way back onto the World Tour. Photo: Corey Wilson

Jadson Andre is singlehandedly trying to air reverse his way back onto the World Tour. Photo: Corey Wilson

Kolohe Andino and an almost reasonable excuse to wear shoes with a wetsuit. Photo: Jimmicane

Kolohe Andino and an almost reasonable excuse to wear shoes with a wetsuit. Photo: Jimmicane

This tail chuck has won Kolohe Andino hundreds of trophies in Huntington Beach. And now, it guns for one more. Photo: Corey Wilson

This tail chuck has won Kolohe Andino hundreds of trophies in Huntington Beach. And now, it guns for one more. Photo: Corey Wilson

Bede Durbridge, staying alive in HB. Photo: Jimmicane

Bede Durbridge, staying alive. Photo: Jimmicane

Redefining class. Photo: Jimmicane

Redefining class. Photo: Jimmicane

Michel Bourez, a long way from Tahiti and still making heats. Photo: Jimmicane

Michel Bourez, a long way from Tahiti and still making heats. Photo: Jimmicane

Nat Young clicks an air, and a thousand shutters, by the pier. Photo: Corey Wilson

Nat Young clicks an air, and a thousand shutters, by the pier. Photo: Corey Wilson

Nat Young grins his way through yet another heat. Photo: Jimmicane

Nat Young grins his way through yet another heat. Photo: Jimmicane

Alejo Muniz, keeping it simple, keeping it strong. Photo: Jimmicane

Alejo Muniz, keeping it simple, keeping it strong. Photo: Jimmicane

Courtney Conologue, just past noon. Photo: Jimmicane

Courtney Conologue, just past noon. Photo: Jimmicane

Women’s surfing, the fastest growing sport in the nation. Photo: Jimmicane

Women’s surfing ought to be the fastest growing sport in the nation. Photo: Jimmicane

Carissa Moore, pushing it. Photo: Jimmicane

Carissa Moore, pushing it. Photo: Jimmicane

Parker Coffin gives his brother a fistful of luck before the Pro Jr. final. Photo: Jimmicane

Parker Coffin gives his brother a fistful of luck before the Pro Jr. final. Photo: Jimmicane

Carlos Munoz, who is profiled in the current issue of SURFING Magazine, floats the tail. Photo: Jimmicane

Carlos Munoz, who is profiled in the current issue of SURFING Magazine, floats the tail. Photo: Jimmicane

Conner’s carve, a judge’s favorite. Photo: Jimmicane

Conner’s carve, a judge’s favorite. Photo: Jimmicane

Guess the pound paid off. Parker comes back to hoist his Pro Jr. champion of a brother up the beach. Photo: Jimmicane

Guess the pound paid off. Parker comes back to hoist his Pro Jr. champion of a brother up the beach. Photo: Jimmicane


 

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