So a quiet one on the news front this afternoon, however this little video cropped up. Yes it is from towards the start of this year but we haven’t seen it before and it has two quite cool things about it, the first is that it is all filmed from an iPhone, the second is that there are quite a few cool timelapses and high speed wide shots which we don’t often see. So check out the highlights of the NZ Nationals back in February.
For that little extra something we head over to the Billabong Pipe Masters, the final stop of the Vans Triple Crown tour and the location where Joel Parkinson became the new Surfing ASP World Champion, just pipping Kelly Slater to the post.
Kicking off this morning we have the one and only Jem Hall who has been in touch about some last minute coaching clinics, perhaps a great Christmas present idea…
Also spotted on C7 was this!!! A move that has been spreading across social media like lightning, Jacopa Testa performs the best freestyle windsurfing move we’ve seen in a long time, a full on air Kabikuchi!
Finally, the inaugural RS:One World Championship in Boracay, Philippines wrapped up on Saturday following five thrilling days of action. Three world champions were decided on the final day. The 2012 Olympic Gold medalist, Marina Alabau from Spain won the women’s division, Philippines’ Geylord Coveta took the men’s and Chun Ting Lee from Hong Kong won the Espoir men’s title. For the final report click here.