Surf Report with John Veage Reigning three-time ASP World Champion Mick Fanning (AUS) must defeat former Pipe Master Jeremy Flores (FRA) in Round 3 to stay in contention for the title.Picture: ASP / Kelly Cestari
Praying for surf.Picture John Veage
Walking the walk.Picture John Veage
Fin takes on the Point in all its glory!.Picture John Veage
He didnt let many through-just like the Fishkiller.Picture John Veage
The beach was pumping.Picture John Veage
Sally Fitzgibbons new book.Picture John Veage
Steve Core and MP-get up to OLD and have a look.
Pictured in 1972 media call on the Gold Coast before leaving Australian shores for the US: an all-star Gold Coast line-up from the ’70s. These five young men formed part of the Australian team that attended the 1972 World Titles in San Diego, California.
Tom Carroll of Australia (pictured) winning the ASP Heritage Series Heat during the Billabong Pipe Masters .Picture ASP/ Masurel
Adam Melling of Lennox Head, NSW, Australia (pictured) caused a big upset narrowly defeating 11X ASP World Champion Kelly Slater Picture ASP/ Cestari
Kai Otton of Tathra, New South Wales, Australia (pictured) winning his Round 2 heat of the Billabong Pipe Masters.Picture ASP/ Masurel
Elouera’s Harrison Martin at Gromtag.Picture Wes Lonergan
Cronulla’s Roan O’Sullivan follows suit.Picture Wes Lonergan
Harley Ingleby (AUS) holding up the cup. Picture ASP/Will H-S
Harley Ingleby (AUS) carving his way to the 2014 ASP World Longboard Title. Picture ASP/Will H-S.
Team Chile made history this week at the 2014 ISA World Bodyboard Championship.Australia didnt even turn up!Picture ISA/Rommel Gonzales
Local South Coast surfer Kai Bates (Mollymook, NSW) – competing in the 2014 Southern Cross SUP Festival.Picure Smith/SNSW
Nic Lamb podium shot of the 2014 Punta Galea ChallengePicture: ASP/Poullenot
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