Billabong's Bloodlines

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Photos: Pat Stacy

Three days ago some of Billabong's best juniors flew to Hawaii for the Bloodlines camp, a camp aimed at training and testing the skills in some of the most challenging locations.  

Since arriving the guys have been performing well and pushing their personal boundaries as the surf conditions have ranged from fun to scary. Currently Pipe is 10-12 ft and the groms are watching from the balcony of the Billabong Off The Wall house (where they're staying for the duration of the camp).

Some highlights so far include Shaun Manners' monster tube at inside Sunset, Seth Moniz' mega tube at Backdoor, Ethan Ewing' first wave at Backdoor, Diego Mignote back hand belt at solid OTW and Tony Moniz perfomance on the BBQ last night. 

We're sure there'll be plenty more to come, so stay tuned.

The camp attendees are as follows:

Hawaii: Seth Moniz, Josh Moniz
Australia: Ethan Ewing. Kalani Ball, Shaun Manners
Mexico: Sebastian Williams
France: Diego Mignote, Nomme Midnote
USA: Griffin Colapinto, Eithan Osborne
Barbados: Josh Bourke


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