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Unfavorable conditions have forced contest organizers to take four consecutive lay days since Round 1 and 2 of the Billabong Pro Tahiti concluded.
Not to worry, the swell should bump up for the last two days of the waiting period
It’s Lowers at a slower tempo than you’re use to — so take in all the idiosyncrasies
Dune calls it “Shades of Grey”
Kelly Slater dominates the field — nabbing two 10pt rides and five 18.00+ heat scores
Will the king ever peak?
He’s Brazil’s Kolohe — master of aerials and fin wafts in cordial-sized surf
However, a very successful Hawaiian season shattered all preconceived notions and established him as a serious contender in all conditions
While SURFING Mag tends to keep its focus down the line, we still appreciate a nice look-back now and again. Nathan Myers compiles the moments that defined a year in surfing.
Big surf, Dane, death and groms taking over the world