No Contest: Surf champs gather under the Californian sun

No Contest: Surf champs gather under the Californian sun

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No Contest: Surf champs gather under the Californian sun

It’s a Champs and Challengers special as No Contest hits California with Carissa Moore, Kolohe Andino, Mick Fanning, Jordy Smith, Julian Wilson and more.

In Red Bull’s ongoing quest to bring you the best action from behind the world tour webcasts, they once again dispatched Jacob Wooden to the frontline, with instructions to find out what makes San Clemente stud Kolohe Andino tick on home soil, and what it is that’s driving three-time world champ Carissa Moore in 2017. Woody spoke to their mutual shaper Matt Biolos and hung with the pair among close friends to bring us a look at their lives away from the spotlight.

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