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“Some people ride bigger boards to handle the water, but then you see people like John who ride shorter boards — such as a 6’2 or 6’4 — when the waves are double-to-triple-overhead, because they like to be a little more aggressive with performance,” Ross Williams told Stab pre-event. JJF did exactly that today on his old faithful 6'4" Pyzel Ghost. Photo by Brent Bielmann.

Brazil + San Clemente Crumble, Florence Puts The Mandoline To Work

Ewing, Slater and Medina sliced on day two of the Hurley Pro @ Sunset.

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