RESULTS | Totally Crustaceous Tour (TCT) | KARRAMARRO FISH, Anglet

For the second year in a row we were back on the Anglet beaches for the TCT Karramarro Fish.

ALDRIC GOD

ALDRIC GOD

The sun was shining, the wind was offshore, and even if it was not as pumping as last year, the waves were super fun, and more 120 kids from France, Tahiti, and Spain ripped as hard as ever!

2EGIGUREN JULEN 2

JULIEN EGIGUREN

3IKER AMATRIAN

IKER AMATRIAN

4JUGES

JUDGES

5ANA MOREAU

ANA MOREAU

Because of the forecasts, the Girls and Pro-Am divisions surfed on Saturday and Squids, Groms and Juniors on Sunday.

5Volcom-15

The girls battled hard to catch the best waves, and even if the pretty surprising early round loss of Anna Moreau, the rest of favorites were in final and at the end Delia Delanne won just front of Camille Davila.

6Volcom-2

Before his Pro-Am final, Tom Cloarec took the cake in the Air Division with a huge frontside reverse air and won 250€ in cash!!

7MONBORNE PAUL

PAUL MONBORNE

The last heat of the day was the Pro-Am final and it was a dramatic one, with the last wave of the heat going to TCT competitor Aldric God, which was the best wave of the heat, sealing the victory. Charly Quivront finished runner up and just missed out on the 500€ cash, Tom Cloarec also made the podium and the Basque surfer Ethan Egiguren earned his Euro TCT Champs qualification with the 4th place.

8QUIVRONT CHARLY

CHARLY QUIVRONT

Sunday was the "kid's day", more than 80kids of 16 years old and under invaded the beach of "Les Corsaires" and enjoyed small and perfect waves, and many 'traditional' TCT beach games set up by the Volcom crew!

9LOIC BLOUIN

LOIC BLOUIN

Montage

Unsurprisingly, Noa Dupouy won the Squids Division, following by Loic Blouin, Luan Nogues and Eimea Zermak.

10GAIZKA HOUSSET

GAIZKA HOUSSET

The Groms division was a fierce battle with a pretty high tide, and in the end, Nalu Doutres won the title just front of Loic's brother, Erwan Blouin.  Iker Amatrian was third and Gaizka Housset 4th.

11CHARLY QUIVRONT 4

CHARLY QUIVRONT

The last final of the week end was the Juniors final, and after the 500€ cash win the day before, Aldric God added 250€ more in his pocket with his uncontested victory front of the young surfer of Capbreton, Quentin Grenard.  Local Tittouan Deffarges finished 3rd front of another local, Pierre Loora.

12EGIGUREN ETHAN 3

EGIGUREN ETHAN

Many thanks to the council of Anglet, to the Anglet Surf Club for their huge help, especially Bastienne, Kim and Hugo, to Alex Lesbats for the great picures, Ludo for the movie, all the judges who worked almost 20 hours, and all the girls in the Volcom crew!

12JUSTIN BECRET

JUSTIN BECRET

 

Results:

Squids

  1. Noa Dupouy
  2. Loic Blouin
  3. Luan Nogues
  4. Eimeao Zermak
PODIUM SQUIDS

PODIUM SQUIDS

Groms

  1. Nalu Doutres
  2. Erwan Blouin
  3. Iker Amatrian
  4. Gaizka Housset
PODIUM GROMS

PODIUM GROMS

Juniors

  1. Aldric God
  2. Quentin Grenard
  3. Titouan Deffarges
  4. Pierre Loora
PODIUM JUNIORS

PODIUM JUNIORS

Girls

  1. Delia Delanne
  2. Camille Davila
  3. Maddi Aizpurua
  4. Lenaïk Doyen
PODIUM GIRLS

PODIUM GIRLS

PRO-AM

  1. Aldric God
  2. Charly Quivront
  3. Tom Cloarec
  4. Ethan Egiguren
PODIUM PRO AM

PODIUM PRO AM

AIR

Tom Cloarec

AIR DIVISION TOM CLOAREC

AIR DIVISION TOM CLOAREC

 

 

ALDRIC GOD 2

ALDRIC GOD

ERWAN BLOUIN

ERWAN BLOUIN

LOYAN PONS DE VIER 2

LOYAN PONS DE VIER

QUENTIN GRENARD

QUENTIN GRENARD

TITOUAN DEFFARGES

TITOUAN DEFFARGES

Volcom-52

ALDRIC GOD 5

ALDRIC GOD

 

THOMAS DELPLACE

THOMAS DELPLACE

PODIUM NORD Volcom-6 Volcom-28 Volcom-31 Volcom-33 Volcom-34 Volcom-50  Volcom-54 Volcom-61

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