Julian Wilson On Competing

Sunday, 21 July 2013

There's times you wonder if some of the World Tour surfers are really in it to win it. Those guys that sit in the middle of the rankings year on year out that leave you wondering, "do they really want it?". Well, according to this latest clip from Hurley, Julian Wilson does. Then if you need any more convincing you can watch the amount of large punts Julian pulls at Canggu with ease. 

Julian is currently sitting at 11th on the WT rankings and we're confident that will change real soon. 

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