After a string of impressive results in Hawaii, Mason does have some momentum on his side heading into Bells. Keep an eye on him.
His added size and strength puts him shoulder to shoulder with the men on Tour for the first full season since he joined the elite rank.
When conditions suit his approach, Felipe Toledo may just be the most unstoppable force on tour we’ve seen in some time.
Raised on a steady diet of Uppers and Lowers, Kolohe Andino is prepared to handle himself in just about any condition Bells will throw out.
With years of experience at Bells behind him, I’m expecting to see a very polished approach from this this ultra-talented young Australian.
It is in those rare competitive moments that the true level and talent of Dusty can be seen, giving rise to the notion that Dusty truly belongs in the top 10.
With a set-in-stone plan of attack and near-perfect precision, Julian could do some damage at Bells.
When he gets there, he’ll find more consistency and will not only start winning more heats, but he could be on the path to becoming a world champ.
When circumstances calls for change, Julian needs to remain flexible to the variables that will occur in a heat if he wants to find himself on the podium.
If the event is run at Rincon and the conditions aren’t up to par, it’ll be difficult for Kelly to go toe-to-toe with Filipe Toledo on the inside.
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