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The TCT Jellyfish ends in New Jersey and Crowns the Last Ten Qualifiers Who Will Represent the East Coast at Lowers.
The morning setup with the crowd starting to roll in. What a heck of a week in the Garden State. The Volcom TCT Jellyfish Surf Series went down this past weekend with smaller surf but no lack of stiff competition and good times for all. We also got a chance to have our pre-event signup party in one of the coolest and most historical venues the state has to offer in the Paramount Theater in Asbury Park. There wasn’t much about the weekend that wasn’t memorable. Stone Man....about to take a beating. Friday night we rolled into Asbury Park to set up the pre-event signup party and also help the Volcom East crew with the evenings Psychic Migrations movie premier. The theater is something like a time capsule for talented artists, performers, and historical enthusiasts alike. The place is both awe-inspiring and stand up the hair on the back of your neck creepy with all the stories the staff told us.  The theatre holds something like 1600+ people and there was hardly an empty seat in the house to watch local legend Mike Gleason get some killer tubes. We haven’t heard that many hoots and hollers and in a long time. The competitors where giving the party barge high fives all day. With some pretty stiff winds and weather forecast on Saturday we ended up moving the event to Sunday, and the weather was perfect all day. The surf was a little smaller but still very contestable; especially when the tide dropped out and the sandbars at Manasquan Inlet had a chance to show their unique form. There is a cool wedge style wave that breaks there and the competitors at this years TCT Jellyfish event gave the place a solid going over. Breakfast...and it's friend Mrs. Ed. The event powered on and the surfing was strong all day, thankfully for us the wind cooperated as well. Simon Hetrick was in great form all day and ended up taking the win the highly contested Juniors Division; which was no surprise to almost anyone that saw his heats throughout the day. He was ripping. The always crowd favorite Squids Division were surfing great all day as well and in the end CJ Mangio ended up with the win, while Maddie Ryan got her win and spot in the TCT Global Champs with great surfing in the Girls division. The Groms Division was loaded with talented competitors as well and Jake Dematteo snagged a win in the final heat of the day over some tough competition. Last but not least were the big kids, the Pro-Am Division. This was a heated battle in the finals and Spencer Bridges ended up with the win and a spot in Champs this June at Lower Trestles with solid surfing in tricky conditions. Evan Brownell made the long trip up from FL to spread a little Seacow love with the Jellyfishers. A huge Volcomgratulations to all the competitors and qualifiers at this years TCT Jellyfish in Manasquan New Jersey. We also would like to thank everyone for coming out to the pre-event signup party and Psychic Migrations movie premier in Asbury Park. That was a night to remember and we’re pretty sure the whole NJ surf community was there to celebrate the night and support their favorite surfer. Also thank you to all the competitors and families for coming down to the beach and making the event another one for the books. This has been one heck of an East Coast run and we can’t wait to come back next year. See you all at Lowers!! You're going directly to jail, don't pass go, don't collect $200. Jude Clark with a nice look at some rail work in the Juniors final. This is how you antique an entire group of people at once. Thank you Toro leaf blowers. The squids, got to love the squids. The Squids finalists! Weird sand settling warrants weird front flipping. Chiropractors dream photo. Simon Hetric with a little Ocean City lip bash en route to a win for the Juniors division. Trophies for the Kids. Evan Brownell with a little southern hook up north in New Jersey. Spencer Bridges sporting a big check, big smile, and big ole handful of cash!   Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP REV'D ELECTRIC WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Spencer Bridges - $500.00 - Lowers Qualified 2. Pat Schmidt - Lowers Qualified 3. Zack Beaupan 4. Cooper Fortney 5. Pat Parenty 6. Jake Fritz JUNIORS 1. Simon Hetric - Lowers Qualified 2. Jude Clark - Lowers Qualified 3. Evan Brownell 4. Keton Fortney 5. Paul Fran 6. Lars Hamilton GROMS 1. Jake Dematteo - Lowers Qualified 2. Cole Deveney - Lowers Qualified 3. Chase Lieder 4. Drew Caraccialo 5. Quin Battalgliese 6. Bobby Thompson SQUIDS 1. CJ Mangio - Lowers Qualified 2. Jesse Hulsact - Lowers Qualified 3. Charlie Weiman 4. Setan Iglay 5. Ryan Tracy 6. Ty Collins GIRLS 1. Maddie Ryan - Lowers Qualified 2. Emma Krasowski - Lowers Qualified 3. Alexa Muss 4. Brooke Baldasare 5. Julia Colins 6. Delaney Sudol Your champions of the day! WATERMELON AWARD Grace Cunningham All photos provided by: Carter McCoy Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
The Totally Crustaceous Tour Advances 10 More Competitors to Lowers at The Seacow in Jax Beach, Florida!
Corey Howell dissecting a left pier bowl. There really could not have been a better timed Volcom Totally Crustaceous Tour Seacow Surf Series event in Jacksonville Beach, FL. The @Volcom_East crew had us dialed in with sweet rooms @palmsretro and a really cool spot @mellowjax for the pre-event signup party. Not to mention a premier of the new Volcom surf film Psychic Migrations at a rad venue in downtown Jacksonville, the Sunray Theater. Oh yea and there was a hurricane right off the coast so the waves were just insane, I mean so good. RipTickleHands, Travelocity Gnome, Jailbeard Dane. First was the movie premier and everyone packed into this amazing old theater in downtown Jacksonville with riders Mike Gleason, Balaram Stack, Parker Coffin, and Noah Schweizer. That was a super fun night and the movie is really good so the night was filled with hoot, hollers, and yewwww’s! Jake McGuire, lip slide heater. Stone man run-ith. Saturday morning everyone was fired up to get to the beach and get set up. There was no question the waves were good so everyone was moving to get set up. We got underway and right into the Juniors division, which I’m pretty sure didn’t have one heat that wasn’t stacked. These kids were ripping all day and Micah Cantor won a very contested division in the final. The Squids and the Groms divisions were much the same story as the Juniors in that every heat was full of great surfing and great waves to showcase on. Blake Spier snagged the win in the Groms and Sterling Makish got the win in everyone’s favorite Squids division. The Girls division was insane and I am pretty certain it was one of the most talented I’ve seen on tour yet, these Girls were absolutely ripping all day and Storm Pittman ended with a win her final heat. Last but not least was the Pro-Ams and what these kids can do in that type of surf was impressive to watch. Corey Howell took the win the last heat of the day, clinching his spot at Lower Trestles with all the other 1st and 2nd place Seacow finishers . James Lacour locked and loaded through the Fisherman's Gauntlet. Thank you Jacksonville, Florida for all the good times and letting us come to your town. This was a TCTSeacow to remember and we hope you had as much fun as we did! Thank you to all the competitors and families for coming out and making this event so fun, and congratulations to all the finalists and qualifiers for the TCTChamps in June! See you at Lowers!! Hey you birds, watch Matt Glenn teach class. Everyone loves Bacon and Eggs. James Lacour on another good one. Benji Lange with a kings ride. Carl "Carlos Munoz" Burger Squids finalists!!!! Annnnnnddddddd away they go! Blake Kantack well in form at the pier bowl. Storm Pittman, hack city! ....big hands I know you're the oneeee. Jake McGuire was charging rent all day at the pier bowl. The spoils. James Lacour...the ole hook line and sinker slice in the heart of the Fisherman's Gauntlet. Blake Spier, untouchable all day, kid absolutely rips. Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP REV'D ELECTRIC WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN Jake "AllDay" McGuire on yet another banger in the Fisherman's Gauntlet.   RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Corey Howell - $500.00 - Lowers Qualified 2. Jake McGuire - Lowers Qualified 3. Hunter Roland 4. Hobie Sears 5. Matthew Zaccaria 6. Thomas Shepard JUNIORS 1. Micah Cantor - Lowers Qualified 2. Nick Roschell - Lowers Qualified 3. Matthew Glenn 4. Charlie Current 5. Blake Kantack 6. James Lacour GROMS 1. Blake Spier - Lowers Qualified 2. Shawn Arthur Junior - Lowers Qualified 3. Noah Brownell 4. Henry Gratten 5. Austin Prevatt 6. Ryan Huckabee SQUIDS 1. Sterling Makish - Lowers Qualified 2. Braeden Kopec - Lowers Qualified 3. Carl Burger 4. Evan Tyson 5. Oliver Eason Roysten 6. Benji Lange GIRLS 1. Emily Ruppert- Lowers Qualified 2. Sophie Falzone - Lowers Qualified 3. Braiden Cunningham 4. Edan Lange 5. Jazmine Dean 6. Storm Portman Corey Howell on a super fun inside left. WATERMELON AWARD Grace Lange Watermelon!!!!! All photos provided by: Gunner Hughes Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT Matthew Zaccaria... placement looks, real good.
Daniel Norton and Kelly Scroggs Earn Their Spots at Lowers During the Annual TCT Bushfish in Texas!
The Volcom Totally Crustaceous Tour’s Bushfish Surf Series went off last weekend at Bob Hall Pier in Corpus Christi, and it was nothing short of a good ole Texas time. This event is always one of our favorite venues on the whole tour. The good people of Texas always welcome the crew in with open arms and an amp level that is off the meter. This year was nothing short of the same, and we were stoked to be back in town. Corpus and Bob Hall Pier provided us with a very own swimming pool in our front yard. Friday we set up at Benjamin’s Surf n Skate for the pre-event sign up party and premier of Volcom’s new surf film Psychic Migrations. The kids and families were there fired up ready to help get the fun going. There were games, laughs, high fives, Wienerschnitzel hot dogs, and smiles all around. We signed up a bushel of competitors, gave out some free Volcom gear, then Mother Nature said “Oh Hey, Hello.”  With bolts of lightning shaking down the thunder from the sky we decided to postpone the movie until after the Bushfish contest and awards ceremony. Everyone retreated back to their humble abodes to get ready for Saturday’s contest. The surf was a little small but the crew made the best of it! Come morning time we reassembled at Bob Hall Pier with fun little waves to get the contest going, and you could already smell the BBQ cooking before the sun was even all the way up. We got the event kicked off with an amazing live performance of the Star Spangled Banner from Rob Henson and the always-impressive Ian Appling. True Texas style. Ian and TCT workhorse Rob Henson played us the greatest National Anthem I've heard in years. The surf was contestable all day and the Texas Bushfishers took full advantage. We got the event rolling with the Juniors division and the American flag speedo rocking Ian Appling ended up stealing the show for the second time that day to take home the win. The Girls division in Texas is always a highly contested group, and at the end of the day Olive Smith took home the hardware for 1st place. The Groms in Texas are no push over either, after battling it out all day Dallas Cunningham took the win, and with a name like Dallas, in Texas, it wasn’t surprising. Then there was the Squids, always the crowd favorite, and Kason Wells stole the show with a winning performance. The Pro guys were up next, true Texan and local ripper Daniel Norton ran the table here and was rewarded with $500 worth of biscuits and another one of the spots filled for the TCT Global Championships at Lower Trestles! Bubba Gainnon smoother then Texas Toast! Texas is a unique place and for that we run one extra division true only to the region, we call it the Round Up. These guys are great and compete like no other. At the end of the day well established and known Texas ripper Morgan Faulkner stole the show and took home $250 for his efforts. I'm concerned for those hand prints? When it was all said and done we had another great Bushfish event and moved upstairs to the pier restaurant, Mikel Mays Beach Side Bar & Grill, where they invited us in for our awards ceremony, and to show the much-anticipated premier of Psychic Migrations. Needless to say there was hoots, hollers, and yew’s a plenty! Thank you so much from all of us at the Volcom TCT to everyone that made this event possible once again. We may be on to the next stop but keep the brisket and biscuits warm for us Texas, we can’t wait to come back!!! Morgan Faulkner has competed in almost every single Bushfish and has taken home a pretty penny with a handful of wins. Kids enjoying the Pool. Kelly Scroggs is going to Lower Trestles! He Is one of the first four Pro-Am to be qualified. There is that darn Texas Unicorn again! Squids was the biggest division of the day with 36 little dudes and dudetts looking for their Lowers glory! The winners of the largest division of the day! Your Watermelon award winner! This young lady did not stop all day! Morgan and the young Watermelon victor Grace show off the winnings! Daniel Norton is just a good ole boy from Texas, no Instagram, no Facebook, no nothing! Hopefully we can find him for Lowers Kids getting excited for the awards! Bubba Gainon staying busy out there. The winners and all their amazing prizes! Ian Appling talented beyond his year in and out of the water. Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP REV'D ELECTRIC WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Daniel Norton - $500.00 - Lowers Qualified 2. Kelly Scroggs - Lowers Qualified 3. Riley Brown 4. Winston Phillips 5. Christian Villegas 6. Brandon Byas JUNIORS 1. Ian Appling - Lowers Qualified 2. Bradley Blades - Lowers Qualified 3. Andrew Lallier 4. Hank Cunningham 5. Ryan Carlson 6. Diego Hough GROMS 1. Dallas Cunningham - Lowers Qualified 2. Nicolas Bertogna - Lowers Qualified 3. Andrew Leal 4. Reef Elisom 5. Arthur Pecore 6. Coryne Farah SQUIDS 1. Kason Wells - Lowers Qualified 2. Robert Murphy - Lowers Qualified 3. Toby Daniels 4. Grace Cunningham 5. Hunter Martinez 6. Troy Tupaj GIRLS 1. Olive Smith - Lowers Qualified 2. Maddie Garlough - Lowers Qualified 3. Coral Earwood 4. Alana Greenwood 5. Aransas Blaha 6. Cassandra Huff ROUND UP 1. Morgan Faulkner - $250.00 2. Nate Floyd 3. Shane Wiggins 4. Bubba Gainon 5. Justin Jackson 6. Kyle Ferris WATERMELON AWARD Grace Cunningham All photos provided by: Rob Henson and G Scott Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
Volcom Announces New TCT Tour Dates and Solidifies 4 Days at Lower Trestles for the 2016 TCT Global Championships!
Volcom's Totally Crustaceous Tour will run a total of four days for the 2016 TCT Global Championships at world-renowned surf break San Onofre State Beach, Lower Trestles. Volcom’s 2015/2016 TCT tour kicks off on the East Coast, and will consist of 13 US regional qualifying events and 25 international events spread throughout six countries, including: Brazil, Australia, Europe, Indonesia, Latin America and Japan. All competitors will compete to secure one of the 200 TCT Global Championships spots held at Lower Trestles on June 14-17th, 2016. Additionally, this year Volcom will be giving away five Wild Card spots into the Volcom TCT Global Championships through Surfing Magazine. Stay tuned to for up-to-date information regarding the tour and how to win a coveted Wild Card entry! “At Lowers you have the opportunity to do a lot of turns on a wave and add more variety. You can surf the way you want to surf, not the way you need to, since the waves are good,” states Yago Dora, the 2012 Junior TCT Champ and last year’s Pro-Am runner up. *All dates subject to change Special thanks goes out to our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP, ELECTRIC, FUTURE FINS, WIENERSCHNITZEL, WATERMANS SUNSCREEN, GOPRO, AND PENNY Photos provided by: Tom Carey & JP Van Swae Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
The Road To Lowers Kicks Off With The Cooterfish In Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina!
Good People. That’s what we think of when we hear Kill Devil Hills, NC mentioned in our presence. So when we decided to kick off the Volcom Totally Crustaceous Tour for the 2015/2016 season in NC, with the Cooterfish Surf Series, this guy was smiles for miles. KDH is a slow cooker filed with all the essentials of place made for surfers and water enthusiasts, and if you have not been to the place there isn’t a person that can accurately describe how ridiculous the surf can be, and how much better the locals are at surfing those waves. This trip was going to be action packed with a Pre-Party at Outer Banks Boarding Co, the TCT Cooterfish Surf Series event, and the much anticipated premier of Volcoms newest surf film Pychic Migrations in just over a 24 hour span. Everyone was amping to get the good times going. The Pre-Party at OBBC went off! We pulled into Kill Devil Hills with the Volcom East crew Friday afternoon to OBBC for the pre-event signup party, and by the time we set our tents up everyone was starting to flow in. It were shaping up to be a fun afternoon. We had a ton of cheese pizza, played RJ’s signature Simon Says’esqu hand in the air game, and a sweet little dog that could run like the wind and catch Frisbees wayyyy in the air! Not to mention, among all that signed up close to 100 kids for the following days TCT Cooterfish surf contest. We cleaned up the pre-party and retreated back to our amazing hosts The Hume family for some good-ole-home-cookin and much need rest. Zach Beaudion throwing a little BBQ sauce on a chunky inside section. Saturday morning came and we were down at dawn to Hayman Street where we could tell there was contestable surf, but the sandbar just wasn’t right. So we made the call to move just down the street to 8th Street, which we noticed had a much better sandbar the day before. 8th ended up being a great call with a fun sandbar and building surf all day. All KDH Cooterfish events come standard with pirate flag and clown haired kid. Once the site was set up we got the Cooterfish started with the Juniors divison. There was no lack of talent in there, the crew was ripping! Bo Raynor ended up taking the title with an impressive display of surfing all day. The Squids and Groms divisions were a battle all day as well, Blayer Barton snagged the win in every ones favorite Squids division while Laird Myers took the win in a ripping Groms division. The Girls division at this years TCT Cooterfish was impressive to say the least, there is some serious talent in this area and Grace Muckenfuss took the win at the end of the day. Last but not least was the Pro-Am division and as usual these guys kill it, all of them. After a fun day of building wind swell Knox Harris ended up with the win and $500 in pirate bullion for his efforts. Laird Myers, textbook top turn. Kudos sir. The event was so incredible and it was topped off by Volcom Surf team riders Alex Gray, Mike Gleason, and Balaram Stack being on hand for the day because of that nights premier of Volcoms new surf movie Psychic Migrations. They boys guest MC’d the event and the kids were so frothed to have the team on hand, it really made for a special TCT Cooterfish, amazing premier, and fun evening. Saturday was a day for the record books that’s for sure! You can run StoneMan.... A huge Thank You goes out to everyone involved, our staff, the venues that hosted us, and most importantly the good people of Kill Devil Hills for having us. We can’t wait to come back and do this again next year! Keep the BBQ warm for us NC. Gabe Morvil putting it all together on his way to a second place finish and a spot in the Global Champs at Lowers! ....but you can not hide StoneMan. You can not hide. Said it once and will say it again, the Squids division is the best. There isn't enough room in the caption box to explain the awesome in this photo. William "Will-I-Am" Deane. The Squids are the best. Here a Squid, there a Squid, everywhere a squid squid! The squids winner Blayr Barton with a nice cutback. The Squid winners!! Zach Beaudoin with a nice cutback. Jabber jaw. Gabe Morvil knew a thing or two about finding sections. Will-I-Am being interviewed by Alex Gray and Dane. That face though. Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP REV'D ELECTRIC WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN Katt Neff was in good form all day in KDH. The Groms getting ready to do it up. The champions of the day. RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Knox Harris - $500.00 2. Tyler Faulkner 3. Zach Beaudoin 4. Jesse Raynor 5. Quentin Turko 6. Grady Kenner JUNIORS 1. Bo Raynor 2. Gabe Morvil 3. Simon Hetrick 4. Evan Puma-Mall 5. Logan Kaymen 6. Noah Barnas GROMS 1. Laird Myers 2. Kyle Tester 3. Stefan Turko 4. Hunter Clark 5. Luke Byrum 6. Cameron Goodman SQUIDS 1. Blayer Barton 2. Chase Lieder 3. Kanoa Wong 4. Kai Westcoat 5. Mason Miller 6. Dylan Waters GIRLS 1. Grace Muckenfuss 2. Rachel Presti 3. Kat Neff 4. Leah Thompson 5. Nicole Fulford 6. Storm Portman WATERMELON AWARD William Deane Will-I-Am the Watermelon Winner! All photos provided by: Jon Carter  @joncarterphotography Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
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2015 Volcom TCT Global Champs @ Lower Trestles - FINAL DAY Recap!
What a great day it was for the final day of the 2015 Totally Crustaceous Tour Global Champs down at Lower Trestles! Once again, we saw perfect 10-point rides, impressive surfing from all divisions across the board, and excellent wave and weather conditions. Photo: Vandyke The Pro-am division kicked things off with their Quarterfinal heats. Charly Quivront, Yago Dora, and Miguel Tudela all finished in the top spots securing their place in the Semifinals. Seth Moniz and Griffin Colapinto were also able to grab two mid-range scores to secure their Semifinal slots. Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom CareyPhoto: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey The Groms lit it up once again while standout, not just in the Grom division, but overall, Nick Marshall, dropped another 10-point ride with several impressive back-up scores. Tai was stoked for the grom! Photo: Tom Carey Girls Semifinals were stacked with an almost all United States draw. Throughout the event, Alyssa Spencer has been on fire and she proved once again why she deserved to be here, dominating her heat for Semi #1 while another in-form surfer, Caroline Marks grabbed her two high heat scores and prepared for the final. Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: KnightPhoto: Knight The Girls final included Alyssa Spencer (US), Camilla Kemp (PRT), Caroline Marks (US), and Kahanu Delovio (US). Right from the start, we knew it was going to be a close final with all Girls scoring great waves, but it was Caroline Marks who continued to show us what the level of Girls surfing has become, impressing the judges to total a heat score of 17.34 for the win. Photo: Knight Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey The Pro-am Semifinals saw excellent heat scores with 16 & 17-point heat totals by Miguel Tudela, Griffin Colapinto and Yago Dora. The finals were then set with Griffin Colapinto (US), Miguel Tudela (PER), Yago Dora (BRA), and Noah Schweizer (US). Photo: Knight Photo: Tom CareyPhoto: Knight Photo: Knight The Grom final was a nail-biting finish! A favorite going into the final was Nick Marshall, who between he and his brother (Jake Marshall), have been on fire the entire event. Brazil's Mateus Herdy was a definite force and held the first position, pushing Nick Marshall, Kade Matson, and Robert Grillho III to find some gems. It came down to the last few seconds when Nick grabbed a quick left with a solid air reverse, but came up just short, leaving Mateus to be crowned the 2015 Volcom TCT Global Champs Groms winner! Photo: Tom CareyPhoto: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Tom Carey  Photo: Tom Carey  Photo: Tom Carey The Squids final was electric with Jackson Bunch (HI) grabbing an early lead with two high heat scores and some solid confidence. Brayden Burch (US), Afonso Antunes (PRT), and Dane Matson (US) had close heat totals all between 10 and 11 points. Jackson Bunch held his ground and topped the other three competitors and was named the 2015 Volcom TCT Global Champs Squids Champion! Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: KnightPhoto: Tom Carey The Groms Semifinals had standout performances by Mateus Herdy and Kade Matson, while the Juniors continued to battle it out with another top performing heat by Jake Marshall with a near-perfect score of a 19.50. Photo: Knight Photo: KnightPhoto: Tom CareyPhoto: Knight Photo: Knight Photo: Tom Carey Junior finals saw Jake Marshall (US), Wil Reid (US), Harley-Ross Webster (AUS), and Nolan Rapoza (US). Three Americans and one lone Aussie held nothing back out in the Lowers lineup as they traded off wave-after-wave, eager to get a piece of that $30,000 prize. In the end, it was Nolan Rapoza who bagged an impressive heat total to be crowned the 2015 TCT Juniors Global Champ! Photo: Knight Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Sustainable Nate Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey The Pro-am final saw Miguel Tudela (PER), Noah Schweizer (US), Yago Dora (BRA), and Griffin Colapinto (US). While the wave conditions were improving, the sun was out, the beach was packed, and the 20 & Under men were ready for action! A stacked final indeed, and we were not disappointed. Yago excited the crowd grabbing 7s and 8s back-to-back towards the end of the heat, doing air reverse after air reverse. But Miguel battled back by getting one of the best waves of the final during the last few seconds of the heat and was awarded a 9.6 to take the win, edging out Yago by just a tenth of a point! Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom CareyPhoto: Tom CareyPhoto: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom CareyPhoto: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom CareyPhoto: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Congratulations, Miguel Tudela! He is your 2015 Volcom TCT Global Pro-am Champ! Photo: Andrew Christie Photo: Tom CareyPhoto: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey Click HERE for all results. Thank you to everyone who came out to support the event: competitors, moms and dads, staff, fans, beach-goers, etc. (you know who you are!). Special thank you to the California State Parks for making this all possible! Photo: Andrew Christie   Thank you to all of our great sponsors!   Stay tuned to the Volcom TCT Instagram and Facebook for tour dates and information for the 2015 / 2016 tour!   Check out Day 1 highlights