"It seemed that Occy had eaten half of it and spat out the rest."
You put on the legs of the sea for the storm of fifty years, comrades, Or as Kelly called it, "the twenty-year storm of Point Break"?
Doing that so badly must have caused a mid-level marketing executive in Santa Monica's tall tower to cry after the storm of exaggeration broke out in the last 24 hours.
Beautiful, beautiful hype and has put me in the most positive mood imaginable.
Go somewhere else if you want to read negativity; This will be pure positive vibration. Even if you scratch the first sentence, "Sage Erickson is not a CT surfer" he does not get upset.
A "complete reboot" was in the works according to Luke Egan.
"A different event" in the eyes of Peter Mel.
And that is the truth.
Somehow, this event is spreading along a biblical time scale and Kieren Perrow seems as great and insouciant as a Spanish matador, since the end of the event window scrapes the dirt.
The luxury of superimposed heats must give the illusion of a time without end.
Tomorrow it is likely to look like another event completely when the legendary storm of fifty years arrives.
I know the talk is from Carissa Moore and Steph Gilmore, but my girl is Lakey Peterson, and I think she can bring the best combination of bottom / top spin on Tour in the vortex tomorrow.
She did not, as Rosie said, "make a meal of this." That false step was even too much for Ronnie.
At some point during the heat of Caroline Marks, the conclusion became inevitable: she is the number one female surfer on Earth and I can not see her surfing. Their turns seem too trained and formal, and it makes the simple act of navigating difficult and uncomfortable. The four-legged Bell Bowl made many of the women look less than stellar.
"We're going to have a feast, Rosie," he corrected quickly.
Did you see the women?
For some reason it seems that I have lost the ability to enjoy it. The professional female surfing that is. It is not so much a mystery.
At some point during the heat of Caroline Marks, the conclusion became inevitable: she is the number one female surfer on Earth and I can not see her surfing.
Their turns seem too trained and formal, and it makes the simple act of navigating difficult and uncomfortable. The four-legged Bell Bowl made many of the women look less than stellar.
Kelly beat Julian. It is much more accurate to say that Julian lost the heat, so badly that he would almost ask for an investigation, of what Kelly won. Were you encouraging Kelly? I also.
Maybe I just spent too much time in the pass watching foxes without a strap sliding on long boards, mocking impotent dads on the shore.
Kelly beat Julian.
It is much more accurate to say that Julian lost the heat, so badly that he would almost ask for an investigation, of what Kelly won.
A grateful crowd had gathered to show Kelly the love that was absent on the Costa Dorada.
Were you encouraging Kelly? I also.
The waves slowed down. The restart was in sight, but Kelly caught a dribbler near Rincon. It was a wave under priority. Three turns, one collapsed and fell into a clipping bounce. In the middle of the five.
Julian missed three races in a row.
Kelly's best wave featured a first blocked turn that turned into an uncomfortable slide that turned into a background spin strangely caught in two more clean turns. His board looked chatty, catchy and unreliable.
Later he admitted that he "surfed nervously".
Somehow, those two very ordinary waves were enough to put Julian in a subtle combo. It was eight minutes before the time came for Kelly's much-acclaimed strategy game to come into play and squeeze life out of the rest of the heat.
That made Pottz and Joe furious and basically gave him his Twelveth world title when the whistle blew. If he gets into one of those Popsicle Popsicle pallets tomorrow, he will be killed.
Granted, he has to be the main player for his seal on the board, but surely, for God's sake, there has to be an old Merrick from 2006, can they paint with a Posca pen for the rest of the event?
Aging is such a strange beast.
"People do not like to see older people on screens," he said fifty-two years old. Stephen Malkmus, the former leader of the rock band slacker Pavement, "The facts are facts".
It was my first thought after seeing an old man wrinkled and wrinkled jumping from the face in a Black Beauty. Followed by "Who shrugged Tom Curren?"
It seemed that Occy had eaten half of it and spat out the rest.
The famous style, seen for the last time with such elegance in J-Bay, was almost totally absent.
Occy was still Occy, thank God, the line of the equally famous jaw was spreading precipitously over the bull's body and threatening to overthrow the Occ in its first waves.
It was a luxury visit for the connoisseur: Kelly at the booth with an OK fisherman cap of $ 84 * (Superfine merino, organic cotton blend) together with Ronnie and Luke. The best comment of all.
Tom got weirder than weird on a skimboard and everyone applauded. Occy did the best turn of the heat, and the truly beautiful thing about being the high level line. Professional postmodern surfing has been based on the tweak and the extra pump at the bottom of the wave, a constant obstacle for aesthetes who value a pure line.
Occy added the tweak to the high line, generating an effortless acceleration. The resulting backhand explosion received applause from the experts, but it was the configuration work that was sublime.
As for Tom's skimboard navigation, I just do not know what to think … Maybe someone from Santa Babs can intervene.
All this abundant time in which KP had to play seemed to evaporate at high tide Winkipop. The waves had some faults to complete, without much success.
Lanky Aussie goofyfoots such as Ryan Callinan and Jacob Willcox were most successful in fitting the vertical backhand hook in what Luke Egan described as "a shorter time distance". Very well.
Willcox, like Heazlewood, and even R-Call, to a lesser extent, seems to come from this mold of professionals who are under the radar and who have existed forever, passed by and are now here on the scene fully formed as CT level pros.
Filipe and Ciao had the heat of the day. Filipe, many cuts above the level so far on display and less scored, jumped to a great advantage. A wave with perfect fluidity and variety was ruled out by the judges.
Ibelli defended himself with courage, in the words of the Italian writer Roberto Calasso, "he does not have his own style, but he uses all styles". The clock set the pace and Ibelli could not overcome the required score.
Seth Moniz will win the rookie of the year. In addition, and this will offend some readers, but the tiny green horn, with its impeccable repertoire and its feet of glue, is a replica of Adriano De Souza with Hawaiian style. He easily noticed Mikey Wright, who has not looked good so far this season.
A shorter distance of time. A perfect Zen koan for the day.
No sense, but perfectly understandable.
We are still halfway through the third round, can you believe it?
Tomorrow, I think, it will be very entertaining. It is worth to stock up on.
What Tom Curren smokes; I'll take that if it's okay with you.
* A true 100% merino wool Irish knit cap available for $ 24.95 from the Aran Islands.
Results of round 3 men's Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach (H1-8):
Heat 1: Kelly Slater (USA) 11.84 DEF. Julian Wilson (AUS) 7.20
Heat 2: Peterson Crisanto (BRA) 11.97 DEF. Michael Rodrigues (BRA) 11.67
Heat 3: Conner Coffin (USA) 13.43 DEF. Soli Bailey (AUS) 11.83
Heat 4: Ryan Callinan (AUS) 12.50 DEF. Michel Bourez (FRA) 10.76
Heat 5: Filipe Toledo (BRA) 14.50 DEF. Caio Ibelli (BRA) 13.07
Heat 6: Seth Moniz (HAW) 14.00 DEF. Mikey Wright (AUS) 8.50
Heat 7: Jacob Willcox (AUS) 13.24 DEF. Kolohe Andino (United States) 12.20
Heat 8: Deivid Silva (BRA) 13.17 DEF. Wade Carmichael (AUS) 11.87
Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Remaining Men & # 39; s Round 3 (H8-16) Matchups:
Heat 9: Gabriel Medina (BRA) against Reef Heazlewood (AUS)
Heat 10: Willian Cardoso (BRA) against Yago Dora (BRA)
Heat 11: Owen Wright (AUS) vs. Ricardo Christie (NZL)
Heat 12: John John Florence (HAW) vs. Jadson Andre (BRA)
Heat 13: Italo Ferreira (BRA) against Jack Freestone (AUS)
Heat 14: Ezequiel Lau (HAW) against Jeremy Flores (FRA)
Heat 15: Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) against Adrian Buchan (AUS)
Heat 16: Jordy Smith (ZAF) vs. Leonardo Fioravanti (ITA)
Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Round 4 men's matches:
Heat 1: Kelly Slater (USA) vs. Peterson Crisanto (BRA)
Heat 2: Conner Coffin (USA) Against Ryan Callinan (AUS)
Heat 3: Filipe Toledo (BRA) vs. Seth Moniz (HAW)
Heat 4: Jacob Willcox (AUS) vs. Deivid Silva (BRA)
Heat 5: TBD after the conclusion of MR3
Heat 6: TBD after the conclusion of MR3
Heat 7: TBD after the conclusion of MR3
Heat 8: TBD after the conclusion of MR3