Billabong Bloodlines 2017 goes down in Hawaii

Billabong Bloodlines 2017 goes down in Hawaii

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Billabong Bloodlines 2017 goes down in Hawaii

The #BillabongBloodlines crew held three camps this winter at the Billabong house on the North Shore of Oahu where the boys were joined by coaches Rainos Hayes, Taj Burrow, Shane Dorian and Mark Occhilupo. The surfing from these kids, ranging in age from 11 to 16 years old, was insane and in addition to refining their skills in the water, the kids learned breath holding techniques, training regiments and ran mock heats to improve their decision-making. Attendees included Caleb Tancred, Brodi Sale, Ocean Macedo, Sammy Gray, Liam O’Brian, Laird Myers, Jin Suzuki, Tommy Coleman, Justin Becret, Cole McCaffray and more.

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