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We promise this won't (really) hurt.

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Beach Chair: The Cloudbreak Lay Day Highlight Reel

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Beach Chair: The Cloudbreak Lay Day Highlight Reel

Peeping from the tower and buzzing in the skies, the Stab x Corona Beach Chair lenses are back, with everything you haven't seen on the webcast. Between heats and during the morning warm-ups we were there, covering everything our pals at the WSL couldn't. Watching the above, the question is raised; should it have been #on? Please refer to Conner Coffin's vanishing act somewhere around the 2:30 mark before you deliberate. Since they've hit standby our feeds have filled with sea snake pranks, fishing achievements (bravo Joel Parkinson), John Florence and preservation co-enthusiast, Kelly Slater's joyflight and general island-induced insanity. Let's hope tomorrow's optimistic forecast eventuates. 

So, hit play above and unravel our latest Beach Chair reel featuring Julian Wilson, Kolohe Andino, Gabriel Medina, Parko, Bede Durbidge, Wiggolly Dantas, Barton Lynch, Nat Young, John Florence, Connor O’Leary, Conner Coffin and Michel Bourez. While not all remain in the running to win this year's Outerknown's Fiji Pro, all have provided entertainment free of judging criteria. After all, an average day at Cloudbreak provides enough to expand the mind of most mortals.

In case you've missed them, you can watch our coverage of the Fiji Pro warm-ups here, Restaurants freesurf here, or an exclusive interview with Sebastian 'Seabass' Zietz, right here. There's still more to come from our South Pacific wanderings so stay close.

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