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June 22, 2015


The 2015 Volcom Kitzsteinhorn Banked Slalom is a wrap!
What a weekend we just experienced! Smiles for miles, sunburned noses, egos’s bruised & boosted and then waking up with the worst hangover of the year. Words hardly do all the good times justice. So why not let the photos tell the story instead? See you all in 2016 for the 3rd version. Congrats to Tadej Valentan for taking top honors and winning the Mt. Baker Banked Slalom starting spot. Good times at prize giving. Arthur Longo in 2nd and Michael David in 3rd. A big thanks to Kitzsteinhorn, Hotel, Burg Kaprun everyone who came and rode, helped shape, all our friends and supporters. Thank you for snowboarding. Does matching the color of your pants with our flags make you go faster? Nico from Asturis helped with shaping and rode fast Only 3 more turns before a cold beer and free burgers await The banks just got better and better the more throughout the day. No thanks to poaching pommes aka skiers. The Kitz shapers worked hard for over a week to build the course, it vas very different from last year Finding the right wax combo was tricky, as the weather changed from snow to sun to fog all day Here’s a view of the mid-section of the course, Olivier Gittler chasing Arthur Longo with a selfie-stick Kitz head shaper Lippi loves his job and it shows.. Feather or gap over the speed bumps? Turns out ollieing over was the fastest option All the way from Switzerland, Nicolas “Fäst” Wolken one final turn short of beer and burger Pleasure’s Fischi has no problem whatsoever drinking non- Bavarian beer Towards the end of the course, your legs are bleeding and your heart is pounding. But the roar from the crowd gives you the extra energy needed to stay tucked down low until the finish line. Bjorn Simons at the start, getting ready for drop in, mid-blizzard Manu from Israel crosses the border into enemy territory. Luckily, he got back home unscathed The Picture Books gave their absolute everything at the Castle Rock Out party. A big thanks to them and our first band, Brothers of the Head Arthur Longs sends a crail over Oliver Gittler, heading towards the final bank of the course. Just one of many shenaningans taking place once the race was over photos by Vernon Deck and Andoni Epelde Open division: 1st- TADEJ VALENTAN 1’14’’32 2nd- ARTHUR LONGO 1’14’’51 3rd- MICHAEL DAVID 1’14’’58 Industry division: 1st- STEPHAN MAURER 1’14’'70 2nd- NICOLAS WOLKEN 1’16’'53 3rd- SVETJE BALTIC 1’16’’68 Girls division: 1st- CHLOE SILLIERES 1’20''40 2nd- REGINA LIND 1’20’'50 3rd- MARY LUGGEN 1’22’'25 15 and under division: 1st- MORITZ KAUFMANN 1’25’'10 2nd- JOHANNES SKREBER 1’29’'63 3rd- DANTA BRCIC 1’32’'02 40 and over division: 1st- IVO GMUR 1’15’'39 2nd- CHRISTOPH LIND 1’16’'00 3rd- JAN PROKES 1’18’'53 Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 132 133 134 135 136 137 First Name Tadej Arthur Michael Stephan Ivo Oliver Christoph Levi Nicolas Alex Svetje Martin Bjorn Nicolas Rene Jan David Michael Philip Matthieu Iker Tito Valerian Marcus Anton Leander Sam Florian Romain Chloé Flo Regina Basti Peter David Simon Josef Christian Christian Michael Andreas Simon Christian Jebrane Jimmy Felix Thomas Alexander Marc Konsti Mary Joelle TOSHU Hannes Bruno Rick Kent Willy Markus Martin Alexander Jens Klara Henry Clemens Anton GP Phil Michal Daniela Lukas Kathrin Jonathan Morena Moritz Robert Alex Jan Tim Michiel Will Erlend Martin Imanuel Alexander Isabella JasonDominik Stewart Chevy Petter-Martin Max Nico Lukas Ryan Christoph Paval Laurenz Johannes Anna Balazs Pavel Bruno Katharina Medhi Danta Borna Yanick Alex Stafan Anke Paul Craig Jakub James Joonas Patz David Gore Felix Moritz Bartek Michal Paul Markus Adam Ivan Olaf Roos Lorraine Anouk Petra Marco Valclav Jeremy Emilie Tobias Surname Valentan Longo David Maurer Gmür Gittler Lind Luggen Wolken Fischer Baltic Liebmann Simons Menedez Brunner Prokes Kallunder Lippitsch Nissl Perez Fernandez Huber Ducourtil Kleveland Siegodner Riple Vetti Oetiker Illing Shop Geneve Sillières Corzelious Lind Becker Radacher Rementsberger Obenhaus Huemer Posch Matt Röck Pircher Bach Desigaud Kickelwiz Schett Forgber Standteiner Ruparelia Snow Conrol Luggen Juchli Yanev Fritzer Rivoire Symes Nelsen Schmidhofer Shop Geneve Dienst Hennefath Dinold Jackson Bergmann Rattensberger Bilini Lalemant Adamek Kaindel Pachtner Gappmayr Reich Makar Kaufmann Autyinger Gassner Heidsieck Ross Schell Graham Vingsand Gruber Paz Forstmann Steiner StaintonPichler Orr Challis Nyborg Anderssen Alber Pfabe Paral Scardigli Müllauer Pisarovic Baugartner Skreber Zink Kovacs Hodonicky Hrvatin Kasper Sekkal Brcic Obranovic Lambert Brady Auer Eberhardt Buckland Scrivener Pubal Stentiford Reijonen Camillo Benmergui Serrano Neth WATZ Trebunia Ligocko Morgan Fischer Klauer Boncci Skreber Frinking Smith Reumers Hzuan Smolla Adamek Closset Kleveland Layendecker Time 11432 11451 11458 11470 11539 11596 11600 11641 11653 11653 11668 11674 11753 11790 11791 11853 11863 11894 11903 11921 11933 11943 11948 11974 11999 12012 12024 12028 12032 12040 12044 12050 12058 12074 12083 12089 12091 12111 12124 12127 12127 12142 12153 12171 12185 12194 12204 12223 12223 12225 12235 12245 12246 12256 12264 12265 12268 12272 12278 12294 12294 12307 12316 12329 12357 12363 12424 12436 12437 12443 12494 12494 12510 12512 12517 12530 12532 12533 12551 12568 12573 12574 12606 12649 12662 12663 12684 12710 12715 12727 12741 12746 12750 12771 12799 12855 12898 12963 12995 13014 13060 13072 13091 13199 13202 13203 13254 13306 13391 13545 13577 13605 13632 13654 13688 13747 13759 13961 14032 14055 14312 14468 14547 14627 14663 14697 15471 15725 15874 20063 20620 20969 21668 21965 22432 disqualified
This past weekend marked the end of the regular season contest series for Volcom Stones Totally Crustaceous Tour in US with the Starfish Surf Series, and boy was it a doozy. Fittingly so the final contest on the schedule this year took us back to were it all started in the home stomping ground of Newport Beach’s 54th St.. With Volcom being housed right up the street and the history this wave has with the TCT, the tours regular season could not be more appropriately capped off. Aryn Ferris. Surfs sooooo good. Style, don't forget style kids. The crew rolled into Surfside Sports right around the corner from Volcom’s HQ on Friday afternoon and got all setup for the pre-event signup party along with the crew from Wienerschnitzel providing free dawgs for the pack of frothing Grommies. The Groms packed in to Surfside’s parking lot to play some games, ride some skateboards, snag some swag from Volcom, Penny Skateboards, Rev’d Bar, and of course have some free fun from all! Not to mention while all this was going on we signed up about 100 competitors for the following mornings event that was filling up quickly! Huge thank you to Surfside Sports and Wienerschnitzel for a great Pre-Party! Saturday morning brought calm winds, super fun clean peaky waves at 54th, and a whole beach of fired up competitors chomping at the bit to get the event going. Everyone pitched in a hand to help our pumped up staff and next thing we knew the contest was up and running in no time. We sent the Juniors out first to test the waters and get eyes on what was in store for the rest of the day…a very high level of surfing and an event loaded with local and regional talent from all over the state. Everyone vying for those coveted final spots in this years Volcom TCT Champs at River Jetties and Lower Trestles in June. Larry Layback showing off the fins for the ladies! It was all fun and games until Mother Nature threw us a heater of a curve ball. California is not particularly know for its East Coast style, out of nowhere, violent squalls. This day proved to be different and we had some weather come in being pushed by very strong winds, not to fret though our talented staff and helpful bystanders we were able to batten down the hatches, keep the contest pushing, and the competitors did not let the weather phase them one bit, they just kept on ripping! If this doesn't just make you go have no soul. The Squids are the BEST! We moved right into the finals and the competitors just kept raising the bar with the advancing rounds. When the event was all said and done Cole McCaffay snagged a win in the crowd favorite squids divison. Keanu Igarashi took the title with a dominating performance in a huge Groms division that started with 10 heats in the morning. The girls division was impressive as usual with Tiare Thompson snagging the win in the finals and securing her spot in this years TCT Champs. Next up was the Juniors final where we saw Parker Cohn snag the win in a highly contested division. Last but not least we had the Pro-Am final where Matt Passaquindici took home the win in drifty choppy conditions that still provided some diamonds in the rough that not of these competitors let sneak by un-ridden, that was an action packed final! The little guys didn't seem to be affected by the windy conditions. Cole MacCaffay capping off the end section. Thank you once again Newport for being you and keeping us on our toes. Special thank you to Surfside Sports for providing us a great pre-event signup party and location and allowing us to have some fun with the Groms. Also a huge thank you to all the competitors and their families for coming out and making this Starfish Surf Series so special!! See you at Champs!!! Try and find the adult. I'll wait. Crazy Jeff and the frothiest Groms! Kevin Meza seemed to be in tune with the choppy conditions all day. Peter Piper and his loyal followers. Jack Boyes has a progressive bag of tricks. Fears no wind squall. Groms learning how to lay the wood! Said it before and will say it again. A good bottom turn is the key to it all. Games!? I Love games!! Jeff Richardson and the game squad. The little bowls at 54th St. still had some powerful little corners on them. Matt Passaquindici on a fin free ride to a first place final. She's a looker, these Volcom TCT Starfish Surf Series events. Full commitment and complete disregard for fin systems. The weather may not have been anything to write home about come end of the day, but Matt Passaquindici's performance sure was. Smiling. Happy. All these kids walked away with goodies from PENNY SKATEBOARD, KICKER, OAM and many more! Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP REV'D WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE KICKER GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN ON A MISSION Winning and locking down his spot in the champs, Matt Passaquindici! RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Matt Passaquindici - $500.00 2. Eros Earahou 3. Jack Boyes 4. Jay Christenson 5. Bronson Wheelan 6. Kevin Meza JUNIORS 1. Parker Cohn 2. David Economos 3. Will Reid 4. Jarik Fink 5. Noah Atwood 6. Brock Piro GROMS 1. Keanu Igarashi 2. Ben Seaberry 3. Dagon Stagg 4. Sage Burke 5. Dylan Hord 6. Peter Stewart SQUIDS 1. Cole McCaffay 2. Ryder Fish 3. Ryder Salberg 4. Miles Biggs 5. Noah Steinmetz 6. Cannon Carr GIRLS 1. Tiare Thomson 2. Malia Osertcamp 3. Ella McCaffray 4. Kayla Coscino 5. Kloee Oponshaw 6. Becca Standt WATERMELON AWARD Keanu Igarashi It was super clean with plenty of ramps before the weather rolled in. Kevin Meza taking advantage. All photos provided by: Landon Knight Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
Marc Swoboda and friends at Kitzsteinhorn
The Nitro team was just up at Kitz, shredding the amazing park. Have a look here to see Marc play with a few of the amazing features that await you up there! See you all in Kitz the weekend of May 1st for the Volcom Banked Slalom.
North America | Peanut Butter And Rail Jam Championships - Mammoth Mountain, CA 2015
Volcom’s Global Peanut Butter And Rail Jam Championships introduced a mainline of youth that will one day rule the snowboard world on Saturday April 18, 2015 at Mammoth Mountain, CA. Competitors gathered around for a riders meeting and a group photo before the festivities began. The PBRJ tour has once again hit a milestone as it celebrates its 15th year of letting the kids ride free.  This heavily contested event showcases the best rail riders on the planet as they converge and test their skills against one another. The Mammoth Mountain Unbound crew did a fantastic job of creating options that tested both the mental and physical skills of each rider once again.  Their take on a 3-zone set up consisted of a 25 stair set with a concrete creeper down-flat-down ledge, a massive wallride, a creeper rail, a down rail, and a triple drop concrete ledge in zone 1. Zone 2 housed a quadruple kink rail. A 20 stair down rail with donkey on one side with a creeper flat down rail and a metal skate pyramid to chest high down square tube in zone 3.  The slew of incredibly trickable features allowed everyone the options they needed to showcase their skills.  There was a mind-melting amount of hard way, switch, and gap tricks that were hard to comprehend yet kept the crowd cheering for more.  These riders had to dig deep to see who would end the day with their part of the $17,000 cash purse and the title of 2015 Global PBRJ Champion!  Cooper Whittier was a crowd favorite the entire day. He was riding with such insane prowess and smiling the entire time. Here he blasts a floated bs lipslide from the metal skate pyramid on the backside of this rail in zone 3. It was one of our favorite tricks we saw all day long. Drayden Gardner locks into a fs 180 sw 50-50 sw bs 360 out on the sizeable 25 stair set in zone 1. He had no shortage of technicality throughout as he captured 3rd place in the 15 & Under Division. Judd Henkes musters up the strength to fs 180 sw 50-50 sw bs 360 out of this neck high rail, at least to him, in zone 3. Judd continued to impress with smooth unforced style in all zones to become the 2015 Peanut Butter and Rail Jam Champion in the 15 & Under Division. Zach Zajac centers out this cab 270 fs boardslide in zone 1. His no holds barred ripping pushed him into 3rd place in the 16 – 21 Division. Eli Lamm sending a gap fs boardslide in zone 3 that nearly destroyed him on his first attempt. We gave him “Dancing With The Devil”  award for staying in one piece. Garrett McKenzie flexed this tail press to the end of the quad kink and finishes with a fs 360 out in zone 2. He also landed a notable bs 360 50-50 fs 180 out on the long 25 stair rail in zone 1. Jake Colman left an impression on the judges with this gap hw 270 bs lip to the last down of the quad kink in zone 2. The East Coast powerhouse continued to dominate in all 3 zones in order to claim global PBRJ victory in the 16 – 21 Division. Ivika Jürgenson settles into a fs 180 switch nose press down the 25 stair set in zone 1. She battled the other features a little bit but in the end pulled through with a solid performance no doubt. Volcom’s Elena Hight was hyped to see Missy McAlpin’s no comply bs boardslide through the quad kink in zone 2. Missy earned the “Wild Style” award after landing it before time ran out. Mariah Dugan takes the path less traveled as she hits the creeper rail in zone 3 with a 50-50 bs 180 out. She also hit the zone 1 creeper rail with a bs 50-50 fs 360 out and the zone 2 quad kink rail with a massive gap lipslide to solidify the top stop in the Girls Division. Pizza, Cookies, Rev'd Bars, and PB+J's provided smiles and good times for all. The kids went nuts as they sounded the horns and splashed through the natural pond skim during lunch! Buzz Holbrook fired off this method lipslide to the last down of the quad kink and gap bs 450’d to fs board too. He was rocking and rolling throughout the finals to receive a brand new Fender Stratocaster for his efforts. Jed Sky landed a plethora of tricks throughout the day including this perfect sw bs lipslide on the tall square tube in zone 3, a half cab nose press bs 360 out on the quad kink in zone 2, and a hw fs 360 bs 50-50 gapped to the 3rd drop of the concrete waterfall ledge in zone 1. Samm Neumann hits the Electric California pommel horse feature with a bs 180 sw 50-50 sw bs 270 in to collect the $1000 bounty of “Gooyest Move of the Event.” Mike Skiba shows proper form on this hw 270 bs lipslide to regular on the down rail in zone 2. Mike knows that the little things standout and the judges took notice of his exit. Jed Sky landed a plethora of tricks throughout the day including this perfect sw bs lipslide on the tall square tube in zone 3, a half cab nose press bs 360 out on the quad kink in zone 2, and a hw fs 360 bs 50-50 gapped to the 3 drop of the concrete waterfall ledge in zone 1. Matt Shaffer has a knack for doing the unfathomable when it comes to spinning into rails. Here he gaps a fakie fs 270 boardslide to the last portion of the quad kink in zone 2. 16-Year-Old Benny Milam entered the Open/AM Division to challenge himself and see what he could do riding against the big dogs. He must have out grown his kennel early proving to be top dog with tricks like this bs 360 50-50 fs 360 in zone 1. It’s rare you get to  be a Global Champion and get your driver’s license in the same year. Congratulations on a job well done Benny! Big thanks to Mammoth Mountain for hosting the PBRJ for the past 15 years!  Shout out to TJ and Molly Dawoud, Matt Rowan, Tyson Kaylor, Adam Riffle, Nick Scholes, Jason Rafuse and Caroline Casey for all of their help from A to Z.  A nod of the cap to Matt Ryan, Dylan Trewin, Elena Hight, Brock Crouch, Matt Robinson, and Johnny Brady for penciling in the scores.  Thanks to the one of a kind hype man Trevor Brady for supporting on the microphone.  Much respect to Daniel Terry, Jeff Arnold, Oren Tanzer, Teasha Borg, Chris Martinez, Jeff Kabigting, Sam King, Anthony Conrad, Chris Sumpter, Hope Lane, and Traci Heaton for helping throughout the big event.  Thanks to our Volcom team riders Elena Hight, Dan Brisse, Mike Rav, Seth Huot, Zach Normandin, Brock Crouch, Scott Blum, Alex Lopez, and Jake Soliver for hyping everyone up with their presence.  Finally, check out the awesome sponsors that we had the pleasure of working with throughout the 2015 PBRJ tour. Tour Sponsors: -Rev’d Nutrition Bars -Electric -New Era -Kicker -Fender  Results: 15 & Under Division Champions: 1st – Judd Henkes - $1,200 (Mammoth Mountain, CA) 2nd – Cooper Whittier - $1,000 (Keystone, CO) 3rd – Drayden Gardner - $700 (Boreal, CA) 4th – Luke Zajac - $350 (Keystone, CO) 5th – Keegan Hosefros - $250 (Boreal, CA) 16 - 21 Division Champions: 1st – Jake Colman - $1,200 (Mountain Creek, NJ) 2nd – Garrett Mckenzie - $1,000 (Trollhaugen, WI) 3rd – Zach Zajac $700 - (Keystone, CO) 4th – Cody Hyman $350 - (Brighton, UT) 5th – Dillon McDaniels $250 - (Bear Mountain, CA) Girls Division Champions: 1st – Mariah Dugan - $1,200 (Boreal, CA) 2nd – Kayli Hendricks - $1,000 (Trollhaugen, WI) 3rd – Laura Rogoski - $700 (Brighton, UT) 4th – Danika Duffy - $350 (Mammoth Mountain, CA) 5th – Ivika Jurgenson - $250 (Brighton, UT/Estonia) Open/AM Division Champions: 1st – Benny Milam - $1,500 (Trollhaugen, WI) 2nd – Matt Shaffer - $1,250 (Boreal, CA) 3rd – Jed Sky - $1,000 (Mont St. Bruno, QC) 4th – Kyle Kennedy - $500 (Trollhaugen, WI) 5th – Mike Skiba - $250 (Trollhaugen, WI) Electric’s  "Gooyest Move of the Event" – Samm Neumann $1,000 (Mammoth Mountain, CA) Rev’d Rider – Brendan Sullivan $1,000 (Brighton, UT) Additional Awards: Fender Guitar Award – Buzz Holbrook (Bear Mountain, CA) Wild Style - Missy McAlpin (Trollhaugen, WI) Dancing With The Devil – Eli Lamm (Trollhaugen, WI) Check The Flex - Justus Hines (Sevens Pass, WA) Bouncing Off The Wall - Keala Cole (Stevens Pass, WA) Backflip Beast - Alex Martin (Keystone, CO) Its safe to say that everyone left with a bunch of goodies after the Slayer themed product toss was over. Check Out The Peanut Butter And Rail Jam Facebook And Instagram For Additional Coverage Throughout The Entire 2015 Tour. Peanut Butter And Rail Jam Facebook Page Peanut Butter And Rail Jam Instagram
Season Ender Bender at Snowpark Grasgehren, Germany
In case you couldn’t make it to the Season Ender Bender in Grasgehren, Germany, last week, here is what you missed. As the last event of the season, the ender bender was supposed to be one hell of a day. So the Volcom boys and the shaper gang did their best to make the day as solid as it was. The day started off with the insane BBQ which we never had before and tons of beer so everyone was pretty hyped from the beginning. As the Grill session went on, the weather got even hotter and the Crododile Pit was ready to surf! People were really going crazy on this obstacle and almost everyone took his chance for a ride through the palm trees, crocodiles and waterbombs! Right next to the Crocodile Pit the shaper crew built up the Sea Snakerail where the riders pulled out hammers to get some Volcom goodies. As a special of the day we equiped the riders with some foam guns and chased them all together through the Baked Slalom, the Crocodile Pit and the Sea Snake rail. Thanks to all the people who showed up! Thanks to Tajo Seefried and the Snowpark Grasgehren Team, Meckatzer Beer, Killerfish Energy and all the other helping hands! Filmer: Florian Mayer Photographer: David Lis
RESULTS | Totally Crustaceous Tour | Karramarrofish surf series, Anglet, France
The Karramarrofish Surf Series went down this past weekend in Anglet, France, with some fine surf conditions and a little taste of summer weather. It was the last event of the European leg of Volcom’s Totally Crustaceous Tour 14-15 (TCT). A lot of surfers signed up from all over Europe, to get a last chance to qualify for the World TCT Championships in California. The battle was fierce in the ever-changing conditions of the South West of France, and the drama levels were high, adding extra flavor to this contest. Imanol Yeregi getting some tube time right before breaking his board in the shorebreak Check out the photo recap below for a detailed story of what went down during those 2 days! Contest results are below together with the list of surfers who get a flight ticket + accommodation to the World Totally Crustaceous Tour Championships in California (Newport Beach and Lower Trestles). Thanks a lot to everyone who made it to this contest and everyone that helped organize it: Mairie d'Anglet, Anglet Surf Club, Skull Candy, Hoff and BubbleGum wax, Rico for the food and high times, the judges, Alex Lesbats for the photos and all our staff. Marco Mignot won in the Groms division with moves like this one, getting a plane ticket to California in June. Iker Imatrian got stopped in the groms semis but showed some very mature surfing throughout the entire event On top of sick prizes for all finalists, Skullcandy lent some bean bags and longchairs for some extra relaxation in between heats Guilherme Moreira was in fine form all event long and finished in second place in the Groms division in a high disputed final. Lavafish Surf Series winner Lenni Jensen made the trip all the way from the Canary Islands but also got stopped in the Groms semis, but not without displaying his smooth carves. In the Juniors division, the level was also high, with surfers from all around Europe shredding the bowls on offer. Adrian Fernandez de Valderrama shows you how to go vertical It’s always good to include a slip and slide in a race for extra prizes Tessa Tyssen and Neis Lartigue Neis Lartigue was flaring into the 2nd place of the Girls finals Tessa Tysssen won the Girls division with solid turns like these. Girls were going for it and weren’t scared of getting smashed in the shorebreak. Surfer in green racing for an exit, offshore winds helped the sections to stay open but also can get you in some fun late-drop situations. Charly Quivront was in fine form but lost in the Pro Am semi finals In his Pro Am semis, Diego Mignot comboed everyone with two big airs Groms and Squids were frothing on the beach both days with extra grinds, games, loads of whip cream and flour… Imanol Yeregui got 3rd in the Pro Am division, you see him here on a backside floater on a meaty section Volcom TCT « veteran » Aldric God was also on a rampage all event, he broke his board on this manoeuver and was back out in no time to pass to the next round God is rocking a Volcom sticker? His friend and Volcom team rider Paul Monborne lent him his board as he didn’t have a spare one after breaking his stick. Unfortunately Diego Mignot tweaked his knee trying to land this air in the Pro Am finals, we wish you a quick recovery Thomas Delplace searching for some shadow, he surfed like 20 waves in this heat.. Paul Cesar Distinguin is a well rounded surfer and was taking advantage of both outside grinders and inside bowls during his heats, he won the Pro Am division and a sweet 500€ in cash, find PC on tinder and give him some props! RESULTS: PRO AM DIVISION (20 and under): 1 Paul Cesar Distinguin 500€ 2 Aldric God 3 Imanol Yeregi 4 Diego Mignot JUNIORS DIVISION (16 and under): 1 Lens Arancibia 250€ 2 Lander Davila 3 Joao Moreira 4 Patric Mainston GROMS (13 and under): 1 Marco Mignot 2 Guilherme Moreira 3 Teva Bouchgua 4 Martin Paulino GIRLS (20 and under): 1 Tessa Tyssen 2 Neis Lartigue 3 Andrea Munos 4 Josephine Coste SQUIDS (10 and under): 1 Noa Dupouy 2 Kai Odriozola 3 Mario Rasines 4 Noah Hecht Suarez BEST AIR: Diego Mignot 250€ Marco Mignot Martim Paulino about to smash or get smashed by a lip Squids and Groms chilling hard Titouan Boyer and Teva Bouchga Winners of the plane ticket to compete at the 2015 world Totally Crustaceous Tour Championships in Newport Beach and Lower Trestles (June 13-14 and June 21-22) PRO – AM: William Aliotti (France) Jordan Oueslati (France) Nomme Mignot (France) JUNIOR: Len’s Arancibia Avila (France) João Moreira (Portugal) Lander Davila (Euskadi) GIRLS: Ariane Otxoa (Euskadi) Camilla Kemp (Portugal) GROMS: Justin Bercet (France) Marco Mignot (France) SQUIDS: Alfonso Antunes (Portugal) Stay tuned for the 2014-2015 European TCT video recap ! Overall Volcom Totally Crustaceous Tour 2014-2015

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