Tagged: Tracks Mag

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FANTA: Dakoda Walters

Hailing from the NSW North Coast, the walls of Angourie and the numerous other punchy waves of the area have gifted Dakoda a style well above his skinny 15-year-old frame. Mikey Wright and his...

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Know Your Kooks: The Wave-wise Weather Guru

Knowing they’ve helped enlighten the misguided and hopelessly uninformed brings them satisfaction enough, and so they linger for a few moments at the look-out, watching, assessing, willing to educate the next mere mortal to...

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WSL X Samsung Advertisement

Although somewhat confusing – the ad links together a surf obsessed Indian grom who yearns to emulate his heroes, a brave snail who just wants to live and cutting edge mobile phone technology –...

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Snapper Fires Up

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. But every now and then a winter pulse will...

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The Ascension of a Champion

Riding a channel-bottom wide-tailed swallow that was the only point of difference to his otherwise trademark approach, Mick took down three of the tour’s most talented on his way to reclaiming the title he’s...

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Who’s Gonna Win The J-Bay Open?

Last year J-bay made major news around the world after Mick Fanning’s encounter in the final. Eager to capitalise on a John John world title, his major sponsor, Hurley, have been shadowing their prized...

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Radical Times In South Africa

Stylish local shredder Michael February recently played the role of tour guide as he showed his fellow Quik stable-mates how to do South Africa right. The Quik team, led by local shredder Michael February,...

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Watch: Freedom Riders

I started looking around online about what was happening in South Africa around surfing and areas of social change and this Waves for Change program came up and it was in Cape Town and...