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Brett Barley | POV on Cape Hatteras

“Morning surfs here are awesome,” says Brett Barley of Cape Hatteras. “Or anywhere for that matter. Waking up at dark, heading to the beach early, and seeing green water barrels right off the sand is the best feeling in surfing ever. Super glassy morning with just a few friends, followed by an afternoon of much the same…”

POSTED BY ngreen ON April 11, 2014   |   Comment

Jordy Smith | South West

It’s not always beachside hotels and champagne showers for Jordy Smith, take a look at this edit capturing Jordy Smith’s time in Western Australia as he ventures off the beaten path for waves and gets his game face on to compete in one of the most unique events on the WCT, the Margaret River Pro.

POSTED BY ngreen ON April 11, 2014   |   Comment

Jordy Smith Advances into the Quarterfinals

Jordy Smith advanced into the Quarterfinals, defeating Miguel Pupo at The Box in Western Australia.

Jordy Smith Advances into the Quarterfinals Photo:ASP

Drug Aware Margaret River Pro Quarterfinal Match-Ups:
QF 1: Bede Durbidge (AUS) vs. Jordy Smith (ZAF)
QF 2: Gabriel Medina (BRA) vs. Josh Kerr (AUS)
QF 3: Kelly Slater (USA) vs. Joel Parkinson (AUS)
QF 4: Nat Young (USA) vs. Michel Bourez (PYF

POSTED BY ngreen ON April 10, 2014   |   Comment

SMITH GRUDGE MATCH UPDATE | Brett Barley

A few of the regional teams competing in the Grudge Match have been finding it harder than others just one month into the filming period (which runs March 1st – April 30th). Mid-Atlantic’s Brett Barley confirms, “April is gonna have to really deliver for us to have a chance. We’ve only had one day of good, rippable waves…but it was after two weeks of nothing, so it took the whole day to get back into rhythm. I hope we don’t square off against Bal and Sam [Team Northeast] right away. Jersey’s had its best winter ever so they have to be sitting on some clips.”

SMITH GRUDGE MATCH UPDATE | Brett Barley“I really want a solid combo — barrel to air, barrel to carve, air to air…that sort of thing,” Barley says. “I’d be stoked if we could score some bombing surf and get some legit stuff too.” Photo: Benny Crum

POSTED BY ngreen ON April 8, 2014   |   Comment

Soli Bailey wins 2014 Rangiroa Pro Junior

Sydney, Australia (Monday, 7th April, 2014) – Team O’Neill put on a dominating performance at the 2014 Rangiroa Pro Junior in French Polynesia with Soli Bailey claiming the event title, Josh Hay taking Pro Junior career best equal third place and Jackson Carey finishing fifth.

Soli Bailey wins 2014 Rangiroa Pro JuniorPhoto: ASP/Will H-S

Soli Bailey wins 2014 Rangiroa Pro JuniorPhoto: ASP/Will H-S

POSTED BY ngreen ON April 7, 2014   |   Comment

Day 1 at Margaret River | Jordy Smith

After a disappointing start to the season at the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast, Jordy Smith bounced back with a commanding Round 1 victory over Raoni Monteiro and Sebastian Zietz. Day 1 at Margaret River | Jordy SmithPhoto: Joli

POSTED BY ngreen ON April 7, 2014   |   Comment