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Pro-Lite team rider Cam Richards has been on a tear since he left the comfort of his home region here in the States and hopped on the Australian leg of the Qualifying Series. His momentum began as soon as he put on a jersey at the Sydney Carve Pro. Despite the average Maroubra beach surf, Cam managed to make it to the finals and win against Australian ripper Kalani Ball. His streak did'nt stop there either, he continued on to make the finals again shortly after that. Read more about Cam's Australian QS experience at the World Surf League.
Pro-Lite Int team rider Keanu Asing began his campaign to re-qualify for the World Championship in great form. This was Asings first test and tune up getting ready to tackle what is the grind of the WQS and he delivered posting some of the highest heat scores of the contest. Working off season on tuning up his equipment from his signature model Wade Tokoro Surfboards, to finding the right formula for his Pro Lite Micro Dot signature traction pad. Keanu is poised to make noise in 2017. The event couldn’t have been scripted any better with Asing, The No. 1 seed coming...
Pro-Lite team rider Josh Kerr has been busier then ever since his first year on the championship tour ten years ago. Currently residing in California and back from a short break, he is re-focusing on his surfing and determined to get his first win on tour. Catch up with Josh and see how he is approaching 2017 in this World Surf League interview.
16 year old team rider Eithan Osborne made the best out of a recent trip to Indonesia. While the waves may not have lived up to expectations, he still managed to create some entertaining footage for our viewing pleasure.