Jordy Smith tears apart the UK Wave Garden

Jordy Smith tears apart the UK Wave Garden

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Jordy Smith tears apart the UK Wave Garden

Jordy Smith touches down in Europe, first stop: Wave Garden in UK!

Current world number one Jordy Smith hits Snowdonia for a taste of landlocked surfing at the UK’s Wavegarden. Bringing his power game to Wales, Jordy’s style on the artificial head-high waves is fluid. It’s clear to see why this Durban raised surfer is currently one of the world’s finest. With the back stretch of the World Championship Tour (WCT) about to kick off, Jordy makes a quick pitstop in north Wales before heading to France to resume his world title race. With left-handers and right-handers peeling for up to 150 meters, the 29-year-old South African puts the inland wave lagoon through its paces. Witness Jordy light up Surf Snowdonia with his power & style. Go Jordy!

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