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Surphang Magazine Issue 12

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The Pro Show

Goodale Goes for it!

Fab Five – The Future

Champ Chats

Schulz's Schralpin!

Creek Credentials

Hawaii's High Flyers


Surphang Magazine

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'It's a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new life... and we're feeling good!' There's something quite magical about the dawn of a new day, the way darkness turns to a glowing light. Perhaps it's being part of that magic that draws every surfer to venture out for that iconic dawnie session. And that same magical feeling fills us all at the start of a new year with the thrill of what lies in store. But what makes it so magical? Is it that we're back at the beginning with a clean canvas waiting for its painting like an empty break of perfect waves just waiting to be ridden? That's probably a good part of it! Well whatever it is, we're certainly feeling good here at SURPHANG and so have got another great issue just waiting to be read! We take you back to where surfing began by catching up with three Hawaiian surfers; we chat to a champ buzzing with the thrill of new challenges lieing ahead this year; we look back on five fab years of photograpy but with an eye to the future; and we share the work of an upcoming water photographer who's got a bright future ahead of him. After all that, we hope you'll be feeling good too!

A new dawn, a new day and a new unridden wave. Photo: Jared Sislin

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This Issue's Features

The Pro Show

Goodale Goes for it! Welcome to the Pro Show! Fresh for 2013, we hook up with World Tour hopeful, Hawaiian Dylan Goodale.

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Champ Chats

Creek Credentials

A WSA champion in 2011, Kevin Schulz clinched a big career changing win in April. So we caught up for a chat!

Upcoming surf photographer Jared Sislin shares his shots of his local break, Salt Creek in this issue's 'Hot Spots'.

Schulz's Schralpin!


This Issue

Fab Five – The Future For the ffth & fnal instalment of fve fabulous year of surf photography we look back but with a frm eye on the future.

Hawaii's High Flyers Hawaii is known for its huge surfng tradition so here's two of the next generation of surfers rising to new heights.

Mo ving O n Up ! And 'The Goss' looks at two of the lucky few who have made their mark in 2012 and are now on Tour for 2013!

Sailing off into the sunset... who knows what the future holds... Photo: Stu Gaston

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Welcome to

The Pro Show Goodale Goes for it! Words and photos: stu gaston

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Kauai’s North Shore is known for producing some of the best surfers in the world and Dylan Goodale plans on being no diferent. In 2010 he won the ASP Vans Pier Classic 4-star event in Huntington Beach followed up by a quarterfnal appearance in 2011. Dylan fnished that year strong in his fnal season in the Hawaiian Pro Junior series and so joined the big boys on the WQS last year on a good footing. Best known for his strong aerial repertoire and competitive prowess, Goodale is still transitioning from being the light-footed junior Hawaiian into another World Tour hopeful and with a fresh year of contests ahead will no doubt be going for it even harder in 2013. We caught up with him towards the end of the Twenty Twelve season in California just before he was due to head home to Hawaii to see what the future might hold in store.

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The Pro Show

Now you're from Kauai, so how has that shaped your surfng? Coming from Kauai has helped my surfng a lot, because there are a bunch of older guys who are still around there that will push you. But I’m kind of like an unconventional Hawaiian surfer, because I like do airs, and do contests, and surf smaller waves, and stuf. And I’ve never really got a good wave at Pipe. So, it kind of throws some people of, like if you didn’t know I was from Kauai, you’d never even think it. Dylan Goodale's going for it even in the smallest of swells!

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The Pro Show Now we can see you've got a great aerial repertoire but is surfng bigger Pipe more often something you see in your future? Yeah, I’m defnitely going to get out there and do it. But as of right now, I haven’t got a good one yet.

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Goodale's got a good grasp on forehand airs!


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So soon to take on your second year in the Star and Prime events, when do you see yourself qualifying for the tour? I think it all depends on the year you have. I’m not saying I’m Brother [Kolohe Andino], but he qualifed in one year, just by how he won, what, like three 6-stars in a row? And then, there’s the people who try for six years and fnally make it. So I think it all just depends on the year you have.

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Dylan has a good mix of aerial antics up his sleeve.


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The Pro Show So apart from training, what have you been doing to help get to that next level? Well to be honest even just watching and hanging out a lot with guys like Brother, Luke [Davis], and Evan [Geiselman] has helped me loads. I like watching their approaches, as well as hearing what they do, because they all have really diferent approaches to waves and to the contest vibe.

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With some surfers opting for a career in freesurfng, could you ever see yourself going down that path? I love freesurfng, and I love going on trips and getting good waves with your friends, but I’m like insanely competitive. I hate losing anything. I can’t handle it. So I don’t think I could ever not do contests, because I still have that competitive part of me, which is what keeps me alive.

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Goodale's goes for it once more!


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Dylan Goodale is obviously driven to succeed in professional surfng and it won’t be long before he is a household name, much like his fellow Kauains that preceded him. With his eyes set on qualifying for the CT in the not so distant future, Dylan’s zest for life and success as a surfer will keep him in the game and going for it for a while yet!

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Champ Chats Schulz's Schralpin! Words and photos: stu gaston

Back in 2011 at the WSA West Coast Championships, Kevin Schulz not only clinched the win and the season champion title in Boys U16, he also was the recipient of the Midget Smith Memorial Sportsmanship Award for his conduct throughout the season and especially the West Coast Championships. It was here that USA Surf Team Coach and “Bustin’ Down the Door” legend, Ian Cairns, swung by to impart some helpful competition tips and information on the clear path from WSA to Surfng America Prime to Surfng America USA Championships to a slot on the PacSun USA Surf Team and a professional career if desired. Kevin obviously listened well as a year later he won his frst Surfng America Prime in Under 18s and was shortly after ofered a place on the PacSun USA Junior Surf team. We caught up with Kevin in California twice last year to ask him more about his success so far!

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CHAMP CHATS The past two years have been pretty epic for you – becoming WSA West Coast Champion in 2011, and of course fnally making it onto the PacSun USA Surf Team in 2012 must be just two of the major highlights. But have there been any other memorable moments frst though? Yeah I won a few contests here and there so I was super stoked on that. The past two years have seen you getting some great results and and some notable wins. So talk us through your contest seasons and how it all went? I have just been on the grind for the NSSA and Surfng America. I've been getting some decent results there so I'm stoked! And having been champion in 2011, does the win at the Surfng America Prime last April go down as your best victory to date? Well even though I didn't win the whole season in 2012, just that last event in April, that was a huge win for me and I think that defnitely boosted my confdence in contests.

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CHAMP CHATS

Becoming a member of the PacSun USA Surf Team has been one of your goals for a while. How did it all come about then and how did you feel when you actually made it onto the team? I couldn't believe it when I made it. I've been working super hard this past year and it really paid of for me! I couldn't be more happy! You've now become part of a formidable team of surfers! How do you rate your surfng peers over in the US at the moment?

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All the boys absolutely rip, they are the best in the nation so to be a part of that is huge for me. Kevin's air reverse has a captive audience!


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You've been surfng against and known these guys most of your competitive life! So how does this afect the way you surf in a heat against them? Surfng heats with the boys is super fun, we all take it seriously but have fun with it at the same time. And which of them would you least want to be drawn up against in a heat and why? Taylor Clark, I think Taylor is the best surfer under 18 in the nation. The kid is unstoppable so it's always a bit frighteneing pulling him in a heat.

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CHAMP CHATS

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So now you've made it on the team what's next? What are your goals for the coming year? I would love to make the travel team for the US team. I think this year is in Nicaragua and there are some really sick waves down there. And what about training? How do you keep on top of ftness and keep on pushing your surfng? I train at a place called DEAN SPORTS CONSULTANTS. Kevyn is the best trainer in the nation in my opinion and working there has defnately improved my surfng.

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Now you're from California with some of the best waves that the US has to ofer on your doorstep! But what about plans for travelling? I'd love to go to Indo, the waves there are so good, so hopefully I'll get over there in the next year or so. Finally, where do you see yourself in fve to ten years time? In fve to ten years I'd love to be competing on the CT level. Thats my dream so hopefully I can get there!

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Creek Credentials Words: stu gaston & Photos: Jared Sislin (with quotes from Surfline's guide to Salt Creek)

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Hot Spots

“Nestled in a beautiful cove at the northern end of Laguna Niguel lies Salt Creek, a watery playground of long pointbreak-style lefts, wedgy A-frames, relentless shorebreak and sand-gurgling rights. You name the type of wave, and Creek probably has it.� Local surf photographer Jared Sislin takes us on a tour of his local spot through some of his favourite shots from some recent sessions.

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“Much like the rest of Orange County, Salt Creek has a rich history of change and development. There is now the multimillion-dollar Ritz Carlton Hotel ominously overlooking the beach� but this makes for a glitzy backdrop! 33 -

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“At the most southern end of the beach is the Point. It's a goofyfoot's skatepark as far as left pointbreaks go: extremely rippable, extremely crowded and has an extremely small takeoff zone.� 37 -

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“The Point takes any south swell and on the largest days, it can reel across the bay producing 50-yard rides.�

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“Middles is usually where the rest of the pack ends up catching waves. Peaks crumble year-round from the outside and suck dry on the inside, creating anklesnapping aerial sections on the right tide.� 47 -

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“If you're one of those surfers who enjoys pulling into deep closeout tubes and getting sand in all of your orifices, head north of Middles to the section in front of the golf course called Gravels.�

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“It peels in about 2 ft of water on any tide, and sometimes throws squarely into shore, like Sandy Beach shorebreak.� 61 -

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“It's an interesting mix,� but of course, everyone's sure of a good time!

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Fab Five The Future Words and photos: stu gaston

10.10.10 Alex Baker fying high above his local spot, Croyde. A year later he was fying high and out of here, heading for a new life down under where he's been ever since. So we thought we'd pay him a visit to see how life's treating him now!

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It's all very well looking back on the past and what a great time you've had and after all what other purpose does photography have than to capture those amazing moments for ever, but it's the future that we all live for! The future that not one of us can predict and so is entirely up in the air giving a similar thrill seeking feel to what might be coming our way next. So for our fifth and final instalment of 'Fab Five' we take one last look back at the past but with the future very much foremost in our minds!

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28.12.10 Since first shooting with Will Davey, he's made his mark on the UK surf scene, most recently as 2011 Under 16 UKPST Champion. So we've been back to see what he's got in store next!

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29.12.10 Will Davey's local spots include San Juan, second home of the ASP Islas Canarias Santa Pro. So it's only a matter of time before this junior surfer moves up to take on the big boys and no doubt turn some heads too!

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30.12.10 Will Davey has proven he's head and shoulders above the rest so no doubt he'll continue to push boundaries as he becomes a serious contender on the ASP Europe Pro Junior tour in 2013!

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16.4.11 Will Davey has once again grabbed himself a place on the Surfing GB Junior Squad and so will be hoping to get the chance to go the whole distance and head off to the World Junior Surfing Games in Nicaragua later this year.

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3.4.11 It's no wonder Harry Timson is UK Aerialist of the year and the highest ranking Under 18 UK surfer on the European Pro Junior circuit. He's constantly fying around the world surfing too so we caught up with him in Lanzarote recently to see how he keeps himself on top!

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3.4.11 Busting out a backhand air at his local Tolcarne, Harry will once again be pushing the limits of his aerial abilities as he takes on all that 2013 has in store!

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24.3.12 Angus Scotney has risen in stature this year in every sense of the phrase! As far as surfing goes, earning the prestigious Under 16 UKPST Champion title at only 14 has been a highlight.

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24.3.12 Almost a year ago, Angus Scotney was already busting moves way beyond his years so we caught up with him recently in Lanzarote to see what he's up to now.

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24.3.12 What's most impressive about Angus Scotney is that his surfing is equally strong on both his fore and backhands.

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24.3.12 Certainly, with many years still ahead of him, even in the junior surfing ranks, Angus Scotney is destined to do well in the future!

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16.4.11 Twenty Twelve didn't turn out to be quite the year that Lewis Leadbetter had in mind after becoming injured last March and being out of the water until almost October. So he'll be grabbing every opportunity to make the most of 2013 and get his surfing back on track and we'll be heading back to Tenerife soon to see just how he's getting on!

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10.10.10 Back in October 2010, Alex Baker had just won the biggest prize money purse in UK Pro Junior surfing to that point when he claimed the Oakley XPY Pro Junior. A year later and he decided that competitive surfing in the UK wasn't for him and headed off down under to Noosa Heads in Australia.

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10.10.10 At that time, Alex Baker was easily one of the best aerialist surfers among the Pro Junior ranks. So will living near to some of the best surf spots in the world have helped him hone his skills?

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Fab Five 10.10.10 Well two and a half years later, we've decided it's about time we went and found out. So Australia here we come and by the start of April we will hopefully have caught up with this ex-Croyde local to see what delights he now calls home!

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19.3.11 Bude boy Jobe Harriss had another good year in 2012, topping the table in the Under 18s division! Who knows what 2013 has in store for this upcoming junior surfer!

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2.10.10 Penwith punter Jayce Robinson also had some career highlights in 2012, not least his high fying result in the Protest Vendee Pro back in April.

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2.10.10 After spending much of the year in warmer climes, Jayce is now back for another winter at home, making the most of all conditions, even those south coast days.

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8.1.11 One such day saw some fun swell hit this south coast secret spot so Jayce whipped out his characteristic aerial antics.

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Hawaii's High Flyers Words: stu gaston & Photos: Scott Ellwood & Jared Sislin

It's that time of year when the eyes of the surfng world are well and truly set on its spiritual birthplace – Hawaii of course! So we felt it was time to take a closer look at two of the surfers – Under 16 World Champion Kalani David and Hawaiian Surf team member Kaoli Kahokuloa - who will both be shaping the future of the sport on this famed island!

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Kalani David is one of Hawaii's upcoming high flyers. Photo: Scott Ellwood

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Kalani David

Age: 15 Years surfng: 13 Where you live: North Shore Oahu Sponsors: RVCA, CONVERSE, NIXON, FCS, WATERMANS, FAMOUS, T&C SURFBOARDS Local break/s: Backdoor Favourite surfer? Jordy Smith Favourite place to surf? Backdoor Favourite surf movie? Modern Collective Favourite surf trick? Rodeo Flip Favourite board? 9'0" WAIMEA GUN

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Kalani canes pretty much every aerial move going. Photo: Scott Ellwood

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Kalani David

What moment are you most proud of in your surfng career so far? I had a QS event at Sunset Beach where I was pulling into 10ft barrels that you could ft a bus into. The memory fashes in my head every once in a while. I didn't win or anything, but it will be one of my best memories for a long time to come. Who in surfng inspires you most? John John Florence

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Kalani David grabs another moment's air time. Photo: Scott Ellwood


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Kalani David When and where was your best surf session? Talk us through it. 15 foot Pipe. John John helped me get a bomb and pulled into one of my biggest barrel to date, and was super happy that whole week about it. What's the worst wipeout of your life? Trying to pull in to a 10 foot closeout at Backdoor

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Kalani has an uncanny knack both in an out of the water. Photo: Scott Ellwood


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Kalani David How do you rate your surfng peers from around the world at the moment? INSANE!!! The level is higher than it's ever been I think. Do you train as well as surf? I have a training routine I have been using for many years. I'm not sure my routine would work for others. Everyone has certain things they do that work for what they need. What song motivates you before a surf? Hopeless HousewifeBad Religion

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Kalani killing it again. Photo: Scott Ellwood


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Kalani David dominates every angle of aerial technique. Photo: Scott Ellwood


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Now you're already from Hawaii and you live for half the year in California with some top quality waves like Lower Trestles right on your doorstep! But what about plans for travelling? I spent a third of 2012 in other countries outside the USA. Travelling can be the best and worst part of what I do so I'm just enjoying be back at home in Hawaii at the moment. Finally, where do you see yourself in fve to ten years time? I don't want to jinx the future with simple assumptions, but I hope to be one of the best at what I do.

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Kaoli Kahokuloa Originating from Molokai, Kaoli Kahokuloa is another young Hawaiian surfer already making his mark in the surfng world. Still only 16 years old, his surfng took him to a joint eleventh place in last year's ISA World Junior Surfng Championships so it's no surprise that he's back on the Hawaiian Junior Surf team this year, keen to follow in Kalani's success last year and bring home the Under 18 title for himself this time around!

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Kaoli Kahokuloa has been flying high recently too. Photo: Jared Sislin


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Kaoli Kahokuloa Like many up and coming surfers, Kaoli craves those perfect air sections and so you're much more likely to fnd him busting full rotation frontside 360s on the North Shore than you are to see him charging barrels. And like many other young Hawaiian surfers, he spent last summer over in California so that he could perfect the aerial repertoire for which he is becoming increasingly known.

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Kaoli Kahokuloa caning it. Photo: Jared Sislin

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Kaoli Kahokuloa Here, in the epicentre of modern surfng culture, Kaoli was able to show his surfng prowess through competition success and through many internet videos of his gravity defying aerials, both of which earnt him international recognition but more importantly in this modern world, sponsors!

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Kaoli Kahokuloa flying from dawn til dusk. Photo: Jared Sislin


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Kaoli Kahokuloa has a bright future ahead of him. Photo: Jared Sislin


Hot Shots But for Kaoli, his surfng ability isn't just about winning contests. Surfng is much more an outlet to express and share the Hawaiian values for both Kaoli and his family. As his father states, 'We want to do it the old style way. Always stay humble, no matter what the result, and always come out smiling.' And so what does Kaoli himself aspire to: 'To simply enjoy surfng, everywhere around the world.'

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Mo v ing O n Up ! Words and photos: stu gaston

So the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour came to an exciting climax with Australian Joel Parkinson clinching the 2012 ASP World Title. But it was a pretty exhilarating year all round especially with the much talked about rookies rising up to the game. John John fnished fourth which was a massive achievement in itself and Medina made a signifcant mark taking a more than respectable seventh place. Kolohe of course sufered a mid year injury which really ruled him out of any top ten placing but he made a convincing come back at the end of the season and so has maintained his spot in the Top 34 for the 2013 tour that gets underway at the start of March on the Gold Coast at Snapper! So those three now become 'old hands' with a new bunch of surfers moving up to the elite level of world surfng including two who we think will be ones to watch out for when the new season begins. Time for a quick catch up with Glenn Hall and Filipe Toledo. 131 -

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This year , Glenn Hall will be supplementing a strong 'Euro Force' on the Men's WCT after surfng his strongest season ever on the Star Tour. Originating from Australia, the Bundoran local opened his account with a win in the frstever Star event in China last January, before moving into serious business with a runner-up fnish in the ASP Prime Nike Lowers Pro in May. Two months later 'Micro' struck back and won his frst major event, the ASP Prime Mr Price Pro in Ballito, South-Africa. With a few more solid results last summer, a 5th in Newquay, 3rd in Lacanau and fnally a 17th at Sunset last month, Hall fnally could let everything go and enjoy his maiden qualifcation for the Men's Elite Tour.

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"2012 was an amazing year for me and fnally to reach a goal that I had been working towards for so long is a great feeling." Hall said. "Ever since Ballito everyone was saying 'you're qualifed' and I don't believe it at all. So it was hard to listen to everyone say it all year and try to keep my head down and not take the foot of the gas. I didn't go as well in Hawaii as I hoped but the fnal result of qualifying was a dream come true. I'm looking forward to celebrating with my family and Friends for a few nights then knuckling down and training for 2013."

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Filip e To le d o Meanwhile, Filipe Toledo will be bolstering a Brazilian presence on the World Tour in 2013. He similarly had an amazing season in 2012 with his frst ever Star event win at the Sooruz Lacanau Pro in August before backing this up with a runner up position in the Coastal Edge East Coast Surf Championships at Virginia Beach.

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Filip e To le d o “I’m super stoked !!” Toledo stated after his win in Lacanau. “This is my best result so far for sure, I don’t have words to describe how I feel it’s just amazing, unbelievable! These 2000 points are essential in my season and towards my main objective of qualifying for the World Championship Tour and I feel amazing, pretty relaxed, I surf good so everything’s great!”

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Haydn Duck taking to the water at Bantham. Photo: Stu Gaston


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Kalani David grabs every opportunity to get some air time. Photo: Scott Ellwood


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Adam Bayfield making the most of a North Coast big swell day. Photo: Stu Gaston


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Kalani David killing it with his aerial repertoire. Photo: Scott Ellwood


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Harry 'Hazza' Timson has been taking to the air a lot lately too. Photo: Vince Timson


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Josh Benjoya's pointing in the right direction. Photo: Jared Sislin


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Kalani David displaying more of his aerial antics. Photo: Scott Ellwood


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Will Davey putting on quite a display. Photo: Mark Davey


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Josh Benjoya enjoying more air time. Photo: Jared Sislin


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Harry Timson is certainly on tip top form at the moment. Photo: Vince Timson


Next Issue

Well that's the first issue of the new year all done and dusted. In fact it's the beginning of the end, you might say! But no, don't panic, by end we simply mean the end of our first year of the magazine! So next issue, it's time to celebrate SURPHANG's first anniversary! And we've got a corker of an issue lined up to suitably mark the occasion! As ever we'll be profiling more up coming surfers literally at the top of their game and we'll also be heading down under for a preview of the delights that a trip to Australia has to offer! So keep an eye out for our lucky thirteenth!

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