Just An Average John Florence Session (With, Like, Biggest Oop Ever)
And a brutal working over.
What's your average surf session at home look like? Drive or walk down to the beach, hit the lineup and wiggle along some cross-shore runners, tapping the lip with enthusiasm?
If you're John John Florence, you jump off the edge of your backyard into one of the world's most famous surf lineups, wear a squillion litres of deathly Hawaiian juice on the head, burn through a few barrels (which'd be best-ever for many surfers), and then pop a "good little air" (which is one of the largest alley oops ever landed).
"It's probably the gnarliest air of all time," says Danny Fuller, who was watching. How's it compare to Jordy's WA thumper, or Kolohe Andino's Portuguese swing, or any of John's other ridiculously high full rotation oops?