Thursday , April 22 2021

Rip Curl Pro, Bells, Day Four: "Up to our ovaries in the carnage, chaos and confusion! And the biggest pro surf ever seen in the Bells!"



"It looked like Oxy was eating half of it and spitting the others."

You have your sea legs for the 50-year-old storm, comrades, or as he called Kelly, "the twenty-year-old Storm Break"?

Getting it so wrong must make an intermediate level of marketing pursuit in the high tower of Santa Monica after the flare of excitement that has opened in the last 24 hours.

Beautiful, beautiful excitement and put me in the most positive frame of mind that you can imagine.

Go elsewhere if you want to read negativity; this will be purely positive vibrations. Even scratching the original sentence, "Sage Erickson is not a CT Surfer" does not bother.

"Full reset" was in works by Luke Egan.

"Another event" with regard to Peter Mel.

And that's the truth.

Somehow, this event stretches across a biblical time frame, and Cyrus Peru seems to be cool and unreliable as a Spanish matador, because the end of the window of the event blurs dirt.

The luxury of overlapping heaters must give the illusion of infinite time.

Tomorrow is likely to look like another event as the stormy fifty-year-old storm comes.

I know the conversation is from Carissa Moore and Stephill Gilmore, but my gala is Lakers Peterson, and I think she can bring the best combination from the top of the top / turning Tour in the morning swirl.

She will not, as Rosie said, "made a meal of it." That cheat was too much for Ronnie.

At some point during the heat of Carolina Marx, the conclusion became inevitable: it is number one ranked on the female surfer on Earth and I can not see her surfing. Her spins look over-trainers and formally and she makes the very act of surfing look difficult and uncomfortable. The fourth leg of the Ring of Bells made many women look less than stellar.

"We're piercing him Rosy," he quickly corrected.

Do you see women?

For some reason, I seem to have lost the capacity to enjoy it. Women's surfing that is. Not so much a mystery.

At some point during the heat of Carolina Marx, the conclusion became inevitable: it is number one ranked on the female surfer on Earth and I can not see her surfing.

Her spins look over-trainers and formally and she makes the very act of surfing look difficult and uncomfortable. The fourth leg of the Ring of Bells made many women look less than stellar.

Kelly beat Julian. It is much more precise to say that Julian lost his heat – so bad he almost asked for an investigation – than Kelly got it. You uprooted Kelly? Me too.

Perhaps I only spent too much time at Pass, watching a meaningless weekend plan on long journeys, ridiculing impotent fathers offshore.

Kelly beat Julian.

It is much more precise to say that Julian lost his heat – so bad he almost asked for an investigation – than Kelly got it.

The whole audience gathered to show Kelly the love she did not have from Gold Coast.

You uprooted Kelly? Me too.

The dams slowed down. Restart was in the finish, but Kelly caught a dribbler near Rincon. Wave went to a priority. Three turns, one appeared and fell on the rib. And the middle of five.

Julian failed three times in a row.

Kelly's best wave had a rounded first turn that he turned into an awkward slide that climbed into a strangely caught bottom turned into two more clean turns. His board looked at modeling, catchy and uncertain.

He later admitted that he "nervously surfed".

Somehow, these two very ordinary waves were enough to put Julian in a subtle combination. With eight minutes to come, it was time for a very important strategy game Kelly to come into play and he squeezed life out of the rest of the heat.

It sent Potts and Joe into foam and they basically gave their Till World the title of the time a hooter sounded. If he falls on one of those masked plastic rowing pop sticks tomorrow, he is killed.

Granted, he has to be the main contender for his boarding tag, but surely for love for God must have an old Merrick around 2006, which can be painted with a pen Pozka for the rest of the event?

Aging is such a strange beast.

"People do not want to see old people on screens," said the 58-year-old Stephen Malmus, a former rock band frontman Pavement, "Facts are facts".

It was my first thought after seeing the wiry, wizened old man hopping through the face of black beauty. Followed by "Who Curved Tom Curren?"

Oxy seemed to eat half of it and spit from the others.

The famous style, the last time he saw so nicely threaded J-Bay, was almost completely absent.

Oxy was still Oxy, thank God, an equally well-known rope with great spread over a bull-like body and threatening to exaggerate Oak in the first few waves.

It was a luxury looking for a connoisseur: Kelly in a cockpit with $ 84 fine for fishing * (superfish Merino, organic cotton blend) along with Roni and Luke. The best comment ever.

Tom got harder than strange on a skateboard and all applauded together. Oxy has made the best peak of heat, with a really nice job to be the leading line. Postmodern surfing relies on tuning and an extra pump at the bottom of the wave, a constant bugbear for esthetes who appreciate the clean line.

Oki added a high-line drive, generating easy acceleration. As a result of the explosion on the backhand they received praise from the experts, but it was the set work that was exalted.

As for the surfing of the Ski Tom, I just do not know what to think … maybe someone from Santa Babbs can play.

All this abundance of time with which KP had to play with players seemed volatile at Vinkipip. On the swelling there were several going to filling, without much success.

Lexi Audi, mice like Ryan Kalinan and Jacob Wilcox, most successfully managed to fit into the vertical backhand hook in what Luke Egan described as "shorter distance from time."

Wilcox, like Hazelwood, and even R-Call to a lesser extent, seem to come from this tide of sub-radar goodies, which are around forever, scanned and now here on the stage fully formed as a CT-level good.

Philippe and Cao had the heat of the day. Philippe, many pieces above the level so far on the screen and under-scored, jumped to great lead. A flush with perfect flow and variety was rejected by the judges.

Ibeli fought back, according to Italian writer Roberto Calaso, "He has no style, but uses every style". The clock dropped and Ibeli could not exceed the required result.

Seth Monty will win the rookie of the year. Additionally, this will offend some readers, but miniature vegetables, with its pristine repertoire from top to bottom and sticky legs, is a replica of Adriano de Souza with a Hawaiian style. He was easily published by Mikey Wright, who did not look good this season.

Shorter distance from time. Perfect Zen Koan for that day.

Nonsense, yet perfectly understandable.

We are still halfway through the third round, can you believe it?

Tomorrow, I think, it will be a lot of fun. It is worth raising for.

Whatever Tom Curren smokes; I'll take that if it's okay with you.

* True Irish cable knit 100% men's wool necklace available for $ 24.95 from the islands of Aran.

Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Men's Round 3 (H1-8) Results:
Heat 1: Kelly Slater (USA) 11.84 DEF. Julian Wilson (AUS) 7.20
Heat 2: Peterson Crisanto (BRA) 11.97 DEF. Michael Rodriguez (BRA) 11.67
Heat 3: Conner Coffin (USA) 13.43 DEF. Salley Bailey (AUS) 11.83
Heat 4: Ryan Kalinan (AUS) 12.50 DEF. Michel Bourges (FRA) 10.76
Heat 5: Philippe Toledo (BRA) 14.50 DEF. Cairo Ibeli (BRA) 13.07
Heat 6: Seth Moniz (HAW) 14.00 DEF. Mothers Wright (AUS) 8.50
Heat 7: Jacob Wilcox (AUS) 13.24 DEF. Colohe Andino (USA) 12.20
Heat 8: David Silva (BRA) 13.17 DEF. Wade Carmichael (AUS) 11.87

Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach The Other Men's Circle 3 (H8-16) Matchups:
Heat 9: Gabriel Medina (BRA) versus the Hazelwood Reef (AUS)
Top 10: Villarreal Cardoso (BRAS) vs Jago Dora (BRU)
Heat 11: Aries Wright (AUS) vs Ricardo Christie (NZL)
Heat 12: John John Florence (HAW) vs. Jason Andre (BRA)
Heat 13: Italy Ferreira (BRA) vs Jack Freestone (AUS)
Heat 14: Ezekiel Lau (HAV) vs Jeremy Flores (FRA)
Top 15: Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) against Adrian Buhan (AUS)
Heat 16: Jordi Smith (ZAF) vs Leonardo Fioravanti (ITA)

Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Men round 4 matches:
Top 1: Kelly Slater (USA) vs. Peterson Crisanto (BRA)
Top 2: Conner Kofin (USA) against Ryan Kalinan (AUS)
Top 3: Philip Toledo (BRA) vs. Seth Monise (HAV)
Top 4: Jacob Wilcox (AUS) vs. David Silva (BRA)
Heat 5: TDB After the completion of MR3
Heat 6: TDB After the completion of MR3
Heat 7: TDB After the completion of MR3
Heat 8: TDB After the completion of MR3


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