21Days: Jordy Smith And CJ Hobgood

Saturday, 03 August 2013

The latest instalment of 21Days follows CJ Hobgood, 2001 World Champion as he makes eyes for life beyond the World Tour. Meanwhile, Jordy Smith is on the opposite end of the spectrum. He is just beginning to figure out how things work on tour and now he seems like a lock for a World Title in the next several years. Both have had their high and low points in 2013, and the Billabong Pro Tahiti means a lot to both surfers for a multitude of different reasons. So, as we said, it’s totally fine to have a burning urge to watch this one pan out. Because, quite frankly, a world where you can’t exclusively follow two fully grown men around for 21 days is a world that we want nothing to do with it.


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