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Gony Zubizarreta

Gony Zubizarreta

From: Vigo, Spain Age: 31

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Birth Place: Buenos Aires, Argentina moved to Vigo, Spain at age of one.

Currently Living: Ericeira, Portugal

Height: 1m 75cm

Weight: 73 kg

Stance: Regular

Sponsors: Volcom Clothing , Nixon watches, Novagalicia banco, Semente Surfboards, Arnette, Planet Sports

Volcom Rider Since: 1998

First Board: Frus 5'9' when i was 7'

Favorite Spot: Coxos, Ericeira

Favorite country: Portugal

Usual Surf Posse: Hodei Aritz Jony Marlon jose Jaji Muelles Nicolau etc

Goals: Tour

What Gets You Motivated To Surf? Good boards, good weather, fun waves and music

Music / Bands: Los Locos Hongos, Motorhead, Big Bussines, Black Sabbath, Johnny Cash

Videos / Movies: Magna Plasm, Let's Live, Archy, 156 Tricks, Kelly in Black and White, One Track Mind

Best Style: Curren

Random Information: My dog's name is Loser

Favorite Volcom Jeans: Dustin Dollin

Favorite Boardshorts: Ozzie's

One Thing You Can’t Leave Home Without: Wallet

Special Thanks: To my family for the love , education and support , to all my sponsors for helping me without any pressure, to my best friends for being always there , to my girlfriend who makes me the happiest.  Also thanks to all my surf coaches through all these years for teaching me many good things .


Republic of Maldives – Welcome To Water (Ep.4)
Maldives. Located in South Asia. Home to prized surf breaks such as Chickens, Lohi's, and Pasta Point, became an increasingly sought-after surf destination for salty shredders around the globe beginning in the mid-to-late 90s. Like many surf spots back in the day which surrounded this area, their only occupants were marine life and local tribes who couldn't give a sh*t about perfect 6-8ft empty tubes in 70-80 degree water temperatures. And Luckily like Mitch Coleborn, Yago Dora, and Nate Tyler, you can still score some of these spots relatively uncrowded if you time it right! Yago Dora That's where this video comes in to play. Mitch, Yago, and Nate, who are distinctly three different humans (besides their shared attribute of being goofy-footers), recently traveled to Maldives together in hopes of scoring some solid vacant waves, while Tom Carey and Nate Leal tagged along to document their adventure. As you can see from the video, they scored tons of relentless lefts. Yes, lefts. There wasn't a single right ridden, so if you are looking to see these guys rip on their backhand in this video, that's just not gonna happen. Mitch Coleborn The boys returned with a ton of excellent footage, good stories, and even better luck of not striking out due to strong winds and storms that typically circulate the area July through September. And speaking of footage, a quick anecdote... We had thought the video was completed, and as we were just about to send it out to the world, we got a call from RT (director of Psychic Migrations) which opened with, "Did you send it out already?!" Not even a hello! JK, RT, we love you. Turns out that Nate Tyler had watched the video and noticed his best clip wasn't in there, and RT wanted to respect that. So, he sent us a new file immediately and everyone was happy. That's how it should be, right? Please enjoy Episode 4 in our Welcome To Water series. *Note: This isn't Nate Tyler's best clip :)   Check out Surfline's exclusive photo feature from their trip:       Welcome To Water - Video Series Episode 1 - "Big Waves and Heavy Barrels in Hawaii" Episode 2 - "Proving Maui" Episode 3 - "Sumbawa, Indonesia"
Surfrider Beach Cleanup - Huntington Beach / Seal Beach Chapter
This past Saturday, as a part of our Surf Industry Coastal Defender initiative with The Surfrider Foundation, Volcom sponsored its 2nd Surfrider Huntington Beach / Seal Beach cleanup for 2016! For years now, Volcom has partnered with our local chapter to pitch in and reward good-doers for their community engagement and protection for the environment. The Surfrider HB / SB Chapter holds monthly beach cleanups in the area and focuses communicating, in person, some of their marquee programs like Ban The Bag,  Rise Above Plastics, and Hold On To Your Butt. They have a dedicated volunteer force that attracts local organizations, and local community members, to help better serve their hometown and neighboring areas. Yearly, hundreds of volunteers come out to each event, which is great as they help collect hundreds of pounds of trash from our local surf spots. Good for the community, good for the environment. This past event, Volcom employees greeted guests with trash bags and handed out stickers and product incentives after volunteers had weighed in their trash collection for the day. They were stoked with the awesome Volcom goodies that were rewarded for those who played the spinning wheel game we had at our booth. Highlight of the morning? Local youth group Sunburst Youth Academy whose mission is to intervene and reclaim the lives of 16 to 18 year olds and at-risk high school students, showed up bright and early and scoured the beaches to do their part. Each of them left with well-earned service hours under their belt, and a new Volcom wallet in their pocket! Thank you to all who came out and helped make this another great event! Visit Surfrider's Chapter directory to find your local chapter and see how you can get involved and make a difference in your community! Just getting started! After volunteers picked up trash on the beach, they were rewarded with some cool Volcom product! Sunburst Youth Academy lent a great hand helping clean the beach and offering their assistance. Thank you! Beach plastic Beach trash Early morning set up More beach-goers helping their community! Sunburst Youth Academy Some of the trash collected...
William Aliotti - You Only Tell The Truth In The Dark (short film)
Last month, William Aliotti won the Arica Pro WQS event in Chile in epic surf conditions, his first-ever WQS win. In a strange (but, lucky) turn of events, William actually stopped doing contests as of lately and started focusing more on free surfing and traveling, but ended up entering the Arica Pro because he was in the area. And won. Rad, right?! William's heart is still set on the free, and more creative, side of professional surfing, and we're excited to follow him on his journey. Enter: You Only Tell The Truth In The Dark, William's inspirational short film directed by Desillusion Magazine's Sebastien Zanella. Illustrating a vision of surfing rarely seen, an ode to solitude, introspection and the pursuit of a personal journey, and hundreds of miles away from a familiar place, sets the mood for this film. This romantic, pastoral-influenced piece inspires us to leave culture and technology behind, and to rediscover nature through surfing as an exploration beyond social conventions. With a packed camper truck, a few sturdy boards, and a couple cameras, William and Sebastian embarked on a two-thousand mile solo surf explorational road trip along the Chilean coastline, traveling across the dusty Atacama Desert, multiple ghost towns, and countless eccentric fisherman villages from Santiago to Arica. In this feature, the journey is the destination. Please enjoy You Only Tell The Truth In The Dark. (watch above)  
Win $10K by Entering the Stab x Volcom Contest!
Do you like money, like $10,000 of it? Are you good at coming up with cool ideas? Cool ideas that could be Stab's next big photoshoot?! Stab and Volcom invite you to The House That You Built, an unprecedented contest which literally brings you into the world of film, art, and surfing, taking your crazy idea from concept to reality in a matter of a few short months. And the best part (with the help of a cool $10K), directing the entire photoshoot. You're in the director's chair, and we are listening to YOU. Now, let's get started... Part 1, a simple online idea submission asking for your most creative and outrageous surfing photoshoot concept. You can draw your idea, show us pictures, write it out, email us, whatever, just as long as you submit it before Friday, September 30 here then you're in the running. No idea is too big. Got something wild? Something you've never seen done before, or something that is so ridiculously crazy that you're a little embarrassed you came up with it? If the answer is yes, then we want it. Remember Bruce Irons illuminating a pitch black tube or the neon techno night shoot at a wave pool? These are examples of what we're looking for. But think BIGGER and BADDER because it's all about elevating what we've already seen. Part 2, directing the shoot. The person who delivers the winning idea, aside from receiving $10,000, will direct the shoot, utilizing Stab's professional production team and Volcom's A-list surf team. A rich library of knowledge will be at your fingertips to help you execute and direct the shoot, and don't worry, we'll be there each step of the way if you need any assistance. But if you're an inspiring filmmaker and hoping for this chance to make your presence known, then this is your time to shine! Sit in your director's chair, boss us around, and yell out orders through your megaphone, because you're the director, and that's what directors do.   Entries must be in before Friday, September 30, 2016!   ENTER NOW!
Kelly Slater Takes Win Over John John Florence at Teahupo'o!
Kelly Slater returns to perfect form on the Championship Tour with a win over one of the world's best barrel riders, John John Florence, in flawless conditions at Teahupo'o, Tahiti. It's been two years since the king has claimed a victory on the World Surf League, and even longer since he's proved to be unbeatable throughout an entire event. With such an absence (for Kelly) in between CT wins, people have speculated if the 11-time world champ will ever win another world title, and if his unremarkable 20+ run on tour is finally coming to a close. With a world tour ranking outside of the top 10 coming into Teahupo'o for the first time in his career, and a surgence of younger and thought-to-be more heavily agile surfers now on tour like Filipe Toledo, John John Florence and Gabriel Medina, questions have rose of Kelly's ability to compete with the best in the world in 2016. But Kelly is at the top of his health and nutrition game, agile as ever, and with this win, shows us no signs of slowing down. We may just see a return of the great in the near future. A swing in the tide if you will. Whether or not Kelly goes on to win another CT event or world title, he's still the king, and still ruling the upper-class of professional surfing in 2016. I mean, who other than Kelly Slater can pull off rides like this at one of the heaviest waves in the world... This event marked his 55th CT win and fifth win at Teahupo'o, but that's not all. Along the way, Kelly bagged four perfect 10s, a perfect heat score (third of his career, ninth in pro surfing history), and for the first time ever he was awarded the prestigious Andy Irons Commitment Award (A.I. Award), which is given to the most committed surfer during the Teahupo'o event. Kelly has a rich and personally competitive history with Andy where they intensely rivaled each other like no other pair in surfing, or arguably, sports history. In fact, the last heat Kelly ever had with Andy was in the semifinals of this same event in 2010, where Andy would go on to hoist the trophy, so having Kelly win the A.I. Award and the event this year, was truly emotional for everyone. "I was channeling Andy this week. I was thinking about him a lot. A lot of emotions." -Kelly Kelly and the three time world champ Andy Irons had one of the most competitive and heated rivalries in sport's history, fighting for world titles while pushing the sport into a higher realm of professional competition. Listen below to Kelly on his rivalry w/ Andy Irons (skip to 1min 52s): With this win, it pushes Kelly into eighth place on WSL's Championship Tour, but he has a long way to go if he wants to clinch the 2016 world title: "I’m too far out of it now, but I’ll try and play the role of spoiler a few times if I can. I want to keep winning heats, and maybe if I win another event or two, we can have that conversation." Watch Kelly's road to the 2016 Teahupo'o finals:   FINALS: 1: Kelly Slater (USA) 19.67 2: John John Florence (HAW) 15.23 SEMIFINALS: SF 1: Kelly Slater (USA) 18.40 def. Adrian Buchan (AUS) 16.10 SF 2: John John Florence (HAW) 19.66 def. Gabriel Medina (BRA) 19.23 QUARTERFINALS: QF 1: Adrian Buchan (AUS) 18.16 def. Kolohe Andino (USA) 16.00 QF 2: Kelly Slater (USA) 19.27 def. Bruno Santos (BRA) 17.43 QF 3: Gabriel Medina (BRA) 17.90 def. Josh Kerr (AUS) 13.40 QF 4: John John Florence (HAW) 17.34 def. Julian Wilson (AUS) 16.60 ROUND 5: Heat 1: Adrian Buchan (AUS) 16.77 def. Jordy Smith (ZAF) 12.60 Heat 2: Kelly Slater (USA) 20.00 def. Keanu Asing (HAW) 14.70 Heat 3: Gabriel Medina (BRA) 15.43 def. Jadson Andre (BRA) 14.33 Heat 4: John John Florence (HAW) 18.30 def. Joel Parkinson (AUS) 15.90 Current 2016 WSL Jeep Leaderboard (Top 5): 1. John John Florence (HAW) 39,900 pts 2. Matt Wilkinson (AUS) 36,000 pts 3. Gabriel Medina (BRA) 35,700 pts 4. Adrian Buchan (AUS) 26,200 pts 5. Julian Wilson (AUS) 25,200 pts
A Candid Photo Journal: Welcome To Water Ep. 3 - Indonesia
A couple months ago, filmmaker / photographer Scott Stinnett ventured with some of the boys on the Volcom Surf Team to South East Asia to a little place called Sumbawa, located in the middle of the Lesser Sunda Islands chain. Sumbawa, a highly sought-after surf destination for people all around the world, offers many heavy world-class barrels, prodominately lefts, accompanied with a shallow coral reef bottom. For the traveling surfers and cameramen like Scott, Sumbawa is a great place to journey to for a variety of waves and tons of land exploring. Their mission? Shoot some clips of Balaram Stack, Parker Coffin, Imai Devault and Noah Schweizer for a surf edit (watch here), venture to a few remote areas for some lifestyle photography, have some fun, and live to tell their story. Conclusion: they lived, but their story wasn't as exciting as today's current news in the world, so we didn't write a story. Although, Scott was able to capture some memorable moments from the trip through the use of his Yashica T4 and Wide Lux Panoramic cameras which we just had to share. Take a peek at some of the photos below! PHOTOS: Scott Stinnett, @melllow_yellow CAMERAS: Weatherproof Yashica T4 35mm Point and Shoot, Wide Lux Panoramic Camera Fadi, pronounced "Faw-Dee," was the crew's epic tour guide and drove them around to some mystical secret locations The boys were stoked when Fadi showed them this secret hideaway in the forest This spot wasn't surfable, but Parker Coffin didn't want to leave 100 degree weather, fully clothed, with an old Volcom tee wrapped his head. Score! In the background you can see a pretty sick left, which unfortunately, wasn't surfable, so the boys moved on to another location The gateway to the dream left that was scored in the edit. The crew ended up calling that wave "Baldman's" for a local incorrectly pronouncing Balaram's name. Once you walk through that path you are rewarded with this sight. The granny farmer, who owns that piece of land, is shown here holding the gate open for the crew. Imai Devault at Baldman's Imai with the first leap into an unknown lagoon Taking a break from the road This desolate, beachy farm land makes for a good photo The boys' first look at Baldman's A small Indonesian girl on her way to pre-school. It's fascinating traveling thousands of miles away from home to see how native people live and grow up, hugely disconnected from the world you and I live in today. Noah and Parker, full zen mode The Nomad Resort The heat made Parker a little thirsty... Here's Fadi (on the right) wondering what a kid from Florida and a kid from California are doing staring off into the depths of a lagoon On the way to the waterfall. Beautiful scenery in every corner of Sumbawa kept traveling from place-to-place a treat rather than a burden. The long walk back from Yo-Yos (the smaller, fun-looking right from the edit) The boys watching Balaram swing from a tree into the water. Balaram, with a miscalculated attempt to fear of landing on tree roots (shown on the left), hung onto the rope and slammed back into the tree. Nice one, Balaram. On the way out from granny farmer's crops and into Baldman's Rocks were slippery, but careful foot placement ensured no one fell off the cliff. Too bad. Would've made for a cool photo. Imai