The Contest With No Name – The jury is still out on whether canceling Margarets was the right idea or not, but hosting a contest at Uluwatu can’t be faulted

The Contest With No Name – The jury is still out on whether canceling Margarets was the right idea or not, but hosting a contest at Uluwatu can’t be faulted

Maybe the only people not watching on enjoying the two-and-a-bit days of surfing at Uluwatu would have been the crew from the Western Australian government who’d shelled out millions only to have their Margaret River contest canceled due to the risk of shark attack and have it unceremoniously moved to Indonesia, which is the subject of ongoing travel warnings for Australian tourists.

And while there was something dissonant about countdown clocks and colored jerseys at the spiritual home of Balinese surfing, and while the whole thing seemed very last minute, the Uluwatu contest left us feeling baik baik.

Jordy of course was riding one of Chris Gallagher’s boards at Uluwatu, which looked good, but the pair has changed boards and coaches and tour regimes on a regular cycle for years now.

Read more here: Surfer Mag

The Contest With No Name   The jury is still out on whether canceling Margarets was the right idea or not, but hosting a contest at Uluwatu can’t be faulted surf photo  The Contest With No Name   The jury is still out on whether canceling Margarets was the right idea or not, but hosting a contest at Uluwatu can’t be faulted surf photo  The Contest With No Name   The jury is still out on whether canceling Margarets was the right idea or not, but hosting a contest at Uluwatu can’t be faulted surf photo

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