Tagged: Tracks Mag

Filipe Toledo – Wild & Free

Filipe Toledo – Wild & Free

It’s a given that Filipe will be hard to beat in those waves, but as this clip – shot in and around his J-Bay Pro campaign –shows, his progressive repertoire also carries weight in...

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Matt Wilkinson Looks Good in Yeller

It’s easy for the people at home watching to say he’s nervous every time he falls off or loses a heat. He’s still attacking and surfing to win every heat he’s in like it’s...

JOB Inks Deal With 3DFINS

JOB Inks Deal With 3DFINS

Jamie O’Brien continues his unpredictability with a recent signing with 3DFINS – an Innovation based Australian fin company best known for its golf ball dimple technology. Read more here: Tracks Mag     

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The Sickest ‘Dos in Surfing

A master tube-rider himself and an ultra-progressive innovator, it’s likely Greenough designed this ‘do for the purpose of keeping the hair out of his eyes in the juice while still providing the added warmth...

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June Was A Good Month In Puerto Escondido

Here Alvaro Malpartida, Sebastian Gomez, Oscar Moncada, Cesar Petroni , Quetzal Estrada and Nahuel Amalfitano reap the rewards of local knowledge at one of the scariest beachbreaks in the world. One year after professional surfing’s...

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Filipe Toledo And One Minute At Lowers

One year after professional surfing’s scariest moment, Mick Fanning returns to J-Bay and takes his fourth event win. 1800ks of Portuguese coast brimming with possibilities. Read more here: Tracks Mag     

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Love Thy Local

Obviously I learned a lot more going away, but even watching the kids nowadays they’re at that age where they’re all improving so quick and watching them surf Back Caba, it’s made them improve...

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Marc Lacomare And A Hit Of Beachie Bliss

One year after professional surfing’s scariest moment, Mick Fanning returns to J-Bay and takes his fourth event win. 1800ks of Portuguese coast brimming with possibilities. Read more here: Tracks Mag