Vans US Open Of Surfing: The Mid Rounds

posted by / Photos / July 27, 2013

A suprise air reverse from Jadson Andre. Photo: Corey Wilson

A suprise air reverse from Jadson Andre. Photo: Corey Wilson

Sebastian Zietz put in one hell of a fight, but eventually fell prey to a still air-reversing Jadson Andre. Photo: Corey Wilson

Sebastian Zietz put in one hell of a fight, but eventually fell prey to a still air-reversing Jadson Andre. Photo: Corey Wilson

Julian Wilson as seen through the haze. Photo: Corey Wilson

Julian Wilson as seen through the haze. Photo: Corey Wilson

Julian Wilson, solid as cement. Photo: Corey Wilson

Julian again, solid as cement. Photo: Corey Wilson

Bede Durbridge and his Herby Hancock turn. Photo: Corey Wilson

Bede Durbridge and his Herby Hancock turn. Photo: Corey Wilson

Michel Bourez, tail high enough to beat Kelly Slater. Photo: Corey Wilson

Michel Bourez, tail high enough to beat Kelly Slater. Photo: Corey Wilson

Kelly Slater will not be your 2013 US Open of Surfing champion. As a consolation prize, he may still win the world title. Photo: Corey Wilson

Kelly Slater will not be your 2013 US Open of Surfing champion. As a consolation prize, he may still win the world title. Photo: Corey Wilson

A predecessor to the tribal pattern or sea horse tattoo that will surely come once she hits her early twenties. Photo: Corey Wilson

A predecessor to the tribal pattern or sea horse tattoo that will surely come once she hits her mid-twenties. Photo: Corey Wilson

CJ Hobgood is still your new old favorite surfer. Photo: Corey Wilson

CJ Hobgood is still your new old favorite surfer. Photo: Corey Wilson

Hoards of people in search of swag — as in free stuff, not whatever it is those hip-hop artists keep referencing. Photo: Corey Wilson

Hoards of people in search of swag — as in free stuff, not whatever it is those hip-hop artists keep referring to. Photo: Corey Wilson

Nat Young and that Santa Cruz torque. Photo: Corey Wilson

Nat Young and that Santa Cruz torque. Photo: Corey Wilson

Mitch Crews, a World Tour hopeful with an optimistic rotation. Photo: Corey Wilson

Mitch Crews, a World Tour hopeful with an optimistic rotation. Photo: Corey Wilson

Stephanie Gilmore taps it in. Photo: Corey Wilson

Stephanie Gilmore taps it in. Photo: Corey Wilson

Laura Enever, formidably formed bottom turn. Photo: Corey Wilson

Laura Enever, formidably formed bottom turn. Photo: Corey Wilson

Dylan Goodale charges it. Photo: Jimmicane

Dylan Goodale charges it. Photo: Jimmicane

Carissa Moore is a red-hot world title hope. Photo: Jimmicane

Carissa Moore is a red-hot world title hope. Photo: Jimmicane

Alana Blanchard, a leggy turn on a edgy end section. Photo: Jimmicane

Alana Blanchard, a leggy turn on a edgy end section. Photo: Jimmicane

Note: The two kids wearing backpacks. Their mothers must be so proud. Photo: Jimmicane

Note: The two kids wearing backpacks. Their mothers must be so proud. Photo: Jimmicane

Yeah, break dancing looks real fun. Photo: Jimmicane

Yeah, break dancing looks real fun. Photo: Jimmicane

Hurley heartthrobs ink a few posters for their teenaged fans. Photo: Jimmicane

Hurley heartthrobs ink a few posters for their teenaged fans. Photo: Jimmicane

The music never stopped. Actually it did, and then everyone went to the Pope’s living room. Photo: Jimmicane

The music never stopped. Actually it did, and then everyone went to the Pope’s Living Room. Photo: Jimmicane


 

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  • Yan

    Wow one giant kook fest. “Lets go to the US open BRO”