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Epic Day at Lower Trestles for the 2017 Cobblestone Classic!
That's a wrap for the 2017 Cobblestone Classic held at Lower Trestles, and what a day it was! The surf industry came together on June 16 for this unique, one-day competition to battle it out for bragging rights, good vibes, and to benefit the California State Parks. The team format comprising of professional athletes, brand employees, and amateurs, kicked off at 8am with slow, but clean conditions in the 2-3ft range. As the teams surfed through their Round 1 heats, the conditions improved as the tide filled in and waves increased while we saw some heavy professional surfers drop some huge scores. Dane Reynolds ripped through a two-turn Lowers right for a perfect 10, while other professionals (e.g., Kolohe Andino, Alex Gray, Nathaniel Curren, Nate Yeomans) as well as amateurs and employees, bagged high 8s and 9s, earning their team enough points to make it through to the later rounds. Congratulations to team ...LOST for taking top honors, rightfully claiming some bragging rights, and for ripping through the entire event! Shout out also goes to Red Bull for placing 2nd, Channel Islands for placing 3rd, and Stance for placing 4th (full results below). Excellent surfing all around! Winners of the 2017 Cobblestone Classic, team ..LOST! Photo: Jean-Paul Van Swae Team Volcom's Andrew Doheny with his signature frontside slash. Photo: Kurt Steinmetz Nate Yeomans shredding in the final. Photo: Jean-Paul Van Swae Photo: Lugo Kolohe Andino, Team Red Bull. Photo: Lugo Richie Olivares holding it down for Team Volcom! Photo: Kurt Steinmetz Dane Reynolds, Team Channel Islands. Photo: Lugo Photo: Kurt Steinmetz Nathaniel Curren, Team Channel Islands. Photo: Lugo Great day at Lower Trestles! Photo: Newsom Blake Howard, Team Channel Islands. Photo: Lugo Thank you to all the competing brands! Photo: Newsom Team Volcom, strategizing. Photo: Newsom Dane Reynolds with a perfect 10 on a two-turn combo! Photo: Lugo Photo: Newsom Special thanks to SURFER and event partners, all competing brands and surfers for coming down for the event, California State Parks, Banzai Bowls and Sustainable Surf for deeming this event an ocean-friendly Deep Blue Event™! RESULTS: Take home this iconic Cobblestone Classic Tee while it's still available:
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#ThisFirst ...Make Your Passion Your Paycheck
We're searching the Earth, looking for 15 people who are ready to make their passion their paycheck. 15 people who are ready to say, "F@%k That. This First." So what's your "This"? That one thing more than anything in your life that you are passionate about doing and would love to be able to make your full-time gig. Tell us by entering Volcom's #ThisFirst contest for the chance to win the opportunity to get paid by Volcom while you spend six weeks focusing on your "this". Applying is easy; we've thrown out the traditional job application and replaced it with one simple question, "What's your 'This' and what would it mean to you to put #ThisFirst?". Starting today, you can choose to submit your application with either a video or photo in a comment on our Facebook post or by making a new video or photo post with a caption to your Instagram (don't forget those hashtags); visit the ThisFirst contest page for further details and which is also where you can enter your submission directly to us. Why choose between doing what you love and doing what pays? Let Volcom give you that extra push to prioritize your passion. But don't wait, applications are only being accepted through June 21, 2017. Apply Now NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open only to legal residents of the following countries: the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec); France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom; Australia and New Zealand; Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Uruguay; Japan; China, Hong Kong, Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand, who are 16 years of age or older as of date of entry. Starts 12:00 AM ET on June 8, 2017 and ends 11:59 PM ET on June 21, 2017. The Volcom #ThisFirst Contest is sponsored by Volcom LLC. Void where prohibited/restricted by law. For complete details, see Official Rules at www.Volcom.com/ThisFirst.
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Behind the Scenes on the 'Noa Deane is In Bloom' Stab Magazine Cover Shoot
Last fall in conjunction with Stab Magazine we launched a wild contest that would let some creative individual become the creative director on a Stab Mag cover shoot. We called it The House That You Built and the idea was simple; send us your craziest surf shoot concept that brings together the worlds of film, art and surfing for a chance to win $10k and the opportunity to bring the concept to life. We received hundreds of submissions ranging from installing a children's playground structure in a secret break to towing in massive diving boards for some synchronized diving. There was no shortage of harebrained ideas. The winning concept, submitted by Mick Kelleher, a sort of explosion of flower petals that would rain down on a surfer at a secluded break, was not only beautiful in its concept, but also ticked all the boxes bringing together the worlds of film, art and surfing. Taking inspiration from his childhood growing up with a mother who was the president of a flower club in Dallas, TX and a commercial for televisions that has been forever burned in Kelleher's memory (bordering on obsession), the germination of what would become "In Bloom" aka Flower Boy featuring Noa Deane had sprouted. Read the full feature, 'Noa Deane is In Bloom (An Extravagant Gesture of Colour)' on Stab's website... Shot for what was probably 1/100th the budget of the aforementioned big budget tv commercial, a ragtag crew descended on a remote beach break on the south coast of Australia armed with leaf blowers, buckets, trashcans, a ski and enough flower petals you'd think they were decorating a parade float, to pull off what would become the cover of Stab's first issue of 2017. Noa Deane, shot 1. Photo: Alex Brunting Noa's new signature Flower Air. Photo: Bill Morris Never enough pedals. Photo: Alex Brunting Noa in Mag Vibes Stoneys boardshorts, trying to pretend he's not being blasted with flowers. Photo: Bill Morris A post shared by volcomsurf (@volcomsurf) on Apr 28, 2017 at 10:26am PDT @ilovetables is 'In Bloom!' Hit the bio link for the full @stab photo feature! #WelcomeToWater #TrueToThis A post shared by volcomsurf (@volcomsurf) on Apr 28, 2017 at 10:26am PDT   Noa doing his best American Beauty impression. Photo: Alex Brunton This spot was good, but the next one was better. Noa acid drop off the cliff. Photo: Alex Brunton Flower petal arrangement can become a little tedious. Photo: Bill Morris Noa takes a break with one of the shoot's photographers, Matt O'Brien. Photo: Bill Morris Out of focus or in focus?! Photo: Bill Morris Obtaining the flower petals was surprisingly easy. Thank you, internet. Photo: Bill Morris Assembling the sea wreaths. Photo: Bill Morris We had guys swimming with bouquets of flowers and plants! Photo: Matt O'Brien Photo: Bill Morris No shortage of downtime during this shoot. It was a full blast flower / plant / jet ski frenzy. Photo: Bill Morris Photo: Bill Morris We dragged @ilovetables down the South Australian coastline with a handful of photographers, filmers and a couple tonnes of flowers for our latest cover feature 'In Bloom' and the results were an extravagant gesture of colour! This direction was delivered to us via The House That You Built, a competition we ran with our pals at @volcomsurf, which opened up the floor to anyone with an idea for a conceptual surf shoot (won by @mick.etc), which you'll see brought to life via the link in bio. Photos by @billmorris, @alexbrunton and Matt O'Brien. A post shared by Stab Magazine (@stab) on Apr 26, 2017 at 5:30pm PDT
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Yago Dora Defeats Three World Champs at the Oi Rio Pro in Brazil!
Yago Dora, entering the 2017 Oi Rio Pro in Brazil as a wildcard, eliminated the 2013, 2014 and 2016 World Champs, Mick Fanning, Gabriel Medina, John John Florence respectively, on his way to the semifinals where he eventually fell short to another World Champ (2015) and fellow Brazilian, Adriano de Souza. After qualifying into this event by winning the contest's Trials (preliminaries), Yago had an amazing run, bagging excellent scores and huge air rotations on his way to the semis where he faced-off with Adriano. Yago was unfortunately left searching for a backup score to Adriano's impressive two-wave total as time ran out, which put Adriano into the finals where he ended up narrowly defeating Adrian Buchan. In an interesting coincidence, Adriano just happens to be staying with Yago and his father Leandro Dora, who coaches them both. Giant killer @yagodora has eliminated, @john_john_florence, @gabrielmedina & @mfanno from the #OiRioPro Yago will face World Champion @adrianodesouza in Semifinal 1. Which brazilian will advance to the Final? Click the link in our bio, head to worldsurfleague.com, download our free app, or visit the WSL @facebook page to watch LIVE! #ItsON @digaoi_oficial A post shared by World Surf League (@wsl) on May 17, 2017 at 8:28am PDT Yago currently sits 3rd on the Qualifying Tour and has his sights set on the World Tour. With his impressive ranking and string of recent notable contest finishes, Yago, more widely known for his free surfing, video parts and air game, is suddenly on a lot more people's radars after today. For more Yago, be sure to check him out in Volcom's 2015 feature film, Psychic Migrations (stream the film free on Red Bull TV) and his most recent edit entitled Young Souls & Old Dreams. How's Yago handling the pressure? The man with the nickname "Skinny Goat" says he's comfortable juggling between the QS and free surfing, gaining confidence with every heat. With a wide variety of tricks and growing momentum, Yago's shot at qualifying for the World Tour looks good and if he does, he'll surely make his presence known! Wildcard @yagodora's buzzer beater win over @gabrielmedina Watch the #OiRioPro LIVE on worldsurfleague.com, on our free WSL app, or on our World Surf League @Facebook page! #ItsON #ItTakesATour @digaoi_oficial A post shared by World Surf League (@wsl) on May 17, 2017 at 5:54am PDT Brazilian wildcard @yagodora eliminated World Champ and current @jeep Leader @john_john_florence in Round 3 of the #OiRioPro - Watch LIVE on worldsurfleague.com, our free WSL app or on our Facebook page! #ItTakesATour @digaoi_oficial A post shared by World Surf League (@wsl) on May 13, 2017 at 6:19am PDT Photo courtesy of Damien Poullenot for the WSL Photo courtesy of Daniel Smorigo for the WSL Staying focused in between heats. Yago's wearing the Volcom Stone Storm jacket. Photo courtesy of Damien Poullenot for the WSL Photo courtesy of Damien Poullenot for the WSL Photo courtesy of Daniel Smorigo for the WSL Yago defeats Gabriel Medina in Round 5 Yago defeats current World Champ, John John Florence in Round 3 Yago defeats Kolohe Andino in Round 2 Yago's 9.27 Amazing Air in Round 1
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Photographer Mike Nelson shares his favorite things about Long Beach, NY
Born and raised just across the way in nearby East Rockaway, surf and real estate photographer Mike Nelson has since lived in Long Beach, New York for the better part of a decade. From freezing beach blizzards to summer days with whales breaching, Mike has seen it all. On our recent New York City trip with Balaram Stack, Chris Pfanner and crew, we got a taste of fun in Long Beach, but wanted to know more so we decided to reach out to a long-time resident and homie for the full scoop! What makes Long Beach such a good place? Mike Nelson: Long Beach is a big city with a small town feel. Throw in the beach and NYC a short drive away, it's only dull if you want it to be. Best way to get around town in Long Beach? MN: During summer, a bike is the only way to go... In winter, a 4X4 will help you not get stuck in the snow. Recommended stop if you’re new to Long Beach? MN: I would have to recommend to stop by Unsound Surf Shop, they are loaded up with a great selection of everything surf, including all the latest and greatest from Volcom. If you're lucky you might just bump into frequent visitors Balaram Stack, Mike Gleason, Sam Hammer or other local legends. Favorite spot in Long Beach during the warmer months? MN: Favorite LB summer time spot would be any East End beach. Favorite spot to eat lunch near the beach? MN: This is a tough one, Long Beach is jam packed with great restaurants. So it depends on what I'm feeling, for example if pizza is on the menu, Gino's is the spot. BBQ then SwingBellies is the must have. If a quick sandwich is on the menu, then Brand's Deli is the go too and on those occasions that I'm on a health kick I have to hit the NY Acai truck. Favorite spot to grab a beer after a surf? MN: Best spot to hit for a cold one is The Beach House. They have like 20-30 TV's with all the major sporting events including surfing and if no sporting events are on there's always some talent to check out. Any significant changes you've noticed in Long Beach since you've been shooting it? MN: Changes in surfer? Beach go-ers? Styles? Well I've been shooting for a long time, so I've seen boardshorts that were way too short, then boardshorts that were way too long and now it's just about way too short again. The surf scene here has always been strong, but these days Long Beach is on a meteoric rise. Guys like Balaram Stack, Will Skudin and Tj Gumiela are not only taking Long Beach surfing to the next level, but the whole east coast. Do you plan on living there forever? MN: The dream would be to spend a month down in Central America or the Caribbean in the winter just to get a break from the cold, but I don't foresee moving away from here permanently, it's a great place to live. Long Beach in color. Mike's a big fan of evenings like this. Long Beach doing it's best California impression. Mike found this guy busting up a bait ball right up on the beach... Is seeing whales and other large ocean life common? MN: The past few years we have been seeing more and more whales right up on the beach. These days in the spring and fall when the water temps are right and the menhaden (whale food) are around, it's quite common to see multiple whales as well as pods of dolphins on any given day. I hope this is a good sign that our coastal waters are cleaning up and reaching an equilibrium. Fun waves in the city by the sea. Pat Schmidt is always up here surfing with Bal and frequenting local nighttime hotspots along side of Bal... Spectacular view during the end of a storm swell. One of Mike's favorite weekend spots. Mike Gleason's home of Long Branch is actually only about 15 miles from Long Beach (by boat )... The Jersey/NY connection has never been stronger anchored by Mike and Balaram. Best winter blizzard story? MN: My most memorable blizzard story, would be from Blizzard Jonas a few years back. Jonas dumped a rather large amount of snow on us overnight. I woke up at like 5am (the sun doesn't come up till about 6:45 that time of year) and spent 2 solid hours digging my car out and getting down to the beach (normally this is a 5 minute drive). I got down there and it was absolutely going off, no one around, no surfers, no humans nothing. It was a very strange sensation in such a crowded place. After about an hour, local-ripper, Joe Parrino, showed up and I finally had someone to shoot. Balaram embracing the storm. Balaram blizzard commute from his house to the surf spot. Balaram, this is pretty standard for this kid... Long Beach loves goofy footers and goofy footers love Long Beach. NYC morning glow. For more from Mike Nelson, give him a follow him on Instagram at @fullnelson_photo and check out the latest issue of Surfer Magazine (May '17) where Mike nabbed the cover shot of Balaram stuck on the lip in the moment when two waves converged into one another. Read more about that moment and the conditions that produced it on Surfer's website. No joke, that's @_balaram going sky high in the middle of the ocean and scoring the new cover of @surfer_magazine An insane capture from @fullnelson_photo #WelcomeToWater #TrueToThis A post shared by volcomsurf (@volcomsurf) on Apr 1, 2017 at 8:16am PDT
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Volcom Surf hits San Sebastian, Hossegor & Paris on the final leg of Euro Thrash
France seemed like a good break from the fast-paced lifestyle we were living in Portugal. However, we put the well-oiled machine into overdrive and kicked up the whole program a notch.