21Days: Adriano De Souza And Nat Young

Wednesday, 01 May 2013

With Rio approaching fast, Adriano heads for Indo and Nat scours swell forecasts in search of waves.

When we last saw Adriano De Souza and Nat Young, they were to men basking in the glow of a finals finish at a world tour event. Having won the Rip Curl Pro, Bells Beach, Adriano had media commitments and spent some time with his family. Having placed runner-up at his second event as a world tour rookie, Nat was welcomed home to a very warm reception.

Then, both men started training again.

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