Answers: The Enforcer - Round 1

Stu Nettle
Swellnet Dispatch

OK, kooks. Crunch time.

Sit down and check your answers.

Tough? Not tough enough for Jim Brown who top scored with 15/20.

Questions? The Enforcer's decision is final.

See y'all next week...

1. Which Australian surfer was relegated from first place to second when Kelly Slater noticed a maths error at an Eddie Aikau Invitational?

When the heat scores were tabulated after the 2002 Eddie, Tony Ray was in first place with Antman Paterson and Kelly Slater tieing for second, with Antman besting him on a countback.

Minutes before the dais ceremony, Slater checked the scoresheets and noticed an error, pointing it out to organiser Faith Wenzel who immediately scrubbed Ray's name out and replaced it with Slater's.

Just like that, Ray was an Eddie winner no more. 'Poof' went the prestige and the paycheck - a cool $50,000.

To make matters worse, the contest was held the very same day as the inaugural Tow-Surf World Cup at Jaws, which had a $75,000 pay packet, which Ray and tow partner RCJ chose to forgo. 

Said Slater to ASL: "I went to Tony and told him, 'I feel horrible about this for you'. He couldn't have been cooler about it, telling me it wasn't my fault and not to worry... He wasn't bitter at all. He was such a man about it. It was awesome."

2. 'Surfing World' is Australia’s longest running surf magazine, but our first surf magazine was..?

'The Australian Surfer'

On sale 18 months after the first issue of 'Surfer' in the US, 'The Australian Surfer' went on sale in winter 1961. It was created and edited by Bronte surfer Lee Cross, and mimicked the first issue of 'Surfer' with a lansdcape layout.

As noted by Phil Jarratt in 'Surfing Australia', the printer details changed from issue 1 to issue 2, an indication that bills weren't being paid.

'The Australian Surfer' lasted just two issues before it folded - yeah, boom, boom.

Just over 12 months later, the first issue of Surfing World went on sale and it continues to this day.

Note: Beginning in 1917, 'The Surf' ran for 20 issues post-World War 1, however it was less to do with surfboard riding (surf shooting) than bodysurfing, pool bathing, and generally enjoying the brine.

3. Name all six of the famous Webber brothers.

John, Dan, Monty, Greg, Ben, and Will

4. Name two famous waves with churches overlooking them?

The two obvious ones are Mundaka and Waimea, however there's also Mishoes in the Telos, and Margaret River with its Greek Orthodox church at Prevelly.

5. I brought the first modern twin fin to Australia and I pioneered the five fin ‘Claw’. My name is...?

Tom Hoye - shown below left in 1970 with an early twinny at Barry Bennet's in Brookvale, and at right is Camel riding a five fin Claw at Mainbreak Margarets (photo Alastair Spong).

6. South African surfer infamous for never winning a heat in a CT year.

Ricky Basnett in 2008. 

(Note: In an earlier version, the Enforcer may have got confused with Royden Bryson, same initials, same nationality, easy mistake, yeah?)

7. Name the surfer who links soul singer Isaac Hayes with Derek Hynd, and also describe the link.

In June 1969, Issac Hayes released his second album, Hot Buttered Soul, and....well do I need to explain any further?

Two years later Terry Fitzgerald left Shane Surfboards to strike out on his own, and he adopted the title for his own label. In the mid to late-70s TF met a young DH, who he sponsored and mentored.

8. What is the only Australian wave namedropped in The Beach Boys, ‘Surfin’ USA’?

Narrabeen is the only Australian wave mentioned in the song, and we can safely assume locals were furious at the exposure.

"Cool if we all just paddle out at once?"

9. Two famous, blonde-haired Aussies rode three-fin boards at Bells ‘81. Who were they?

Simon Anderson was one of them of course, Bells was one of three event wins that validated the Thruster, but Ian Cairns also rode a tri fin with a large single fin and smaller side fins (see the board below, plus Ian competing at Bells where he was beaten 5-0 by MR in Round 1).

10. Taj Burrow was the first male winner of a CT on an epoxy/EPS board (Bells, 2007), however the very first CT winner on an epoxy/EPS was a female. Who was it? (Hint: She was also a West Australian)

Melanie Redman-Carr

11. Black Rock has, both historically and geographically, been known by many names. What are three of them?

Torpedo Tubes (how it was first presented to the public in Steve Core's ''Ocean Rhythms')
Aussie Pipe
Wreck Bay
Summercloud Bay

12. Since it began in 2000, only three goofyfooters have won the Gold Coast Pro. Name two.

Mick Lowe
Gabriel Medina
Owen Wright

13. North-West WA pioneer is George ______?

Simpson

14. What is Wozzle commentator Strider Wasilewski’s middle name?

Raspberry. Reportedly inspired by a Mexican prostitute.

15. Hailing from Sydney, I qualified for the CT in 2003 and then spent nine straight years in the top tier. My highest year end ranking was 8th. Only once did I make a final, which I lost to Taj Burrow at Santa Catalina, Brazil. My brother played scrum-half (Rugby Union) for the Wallabies and the Waratahs. I still work as a pro surfing coach. I am..?

Tom Whitaker

16. Name three Australian waves with 'coloured' names.

White Rock
Blackfellas
Black Rock
Pink Rocks
Red Rock

Really, there's too many to list, but full marks to the person on Facebook who answered: "Does Rainbow Beach count as seven waves?"

17. If you’re in the South Australian desert and someone says, “G'Day, I’m DC Green.” The only appropriate response is...?

"I don't care if you're DC Purple, cunt."

Taken from ASL December 1994 and their 'Terror in the Saltbush' story by DC Green. Two years earlier, a Billabong team led by Rabbit had filmed around the Eyre Peninsula causing consternation among locals. So, they lay waiting for the next mob to head west and when a hapless DC Green led his merry Tubequesters into camp there was a wild west showdown.

Attempting to quell the unrest, DC Green strode into the fracas, introduced himself to the leader, and recieved those immortal words in reply.

18. The very first contests at Teahupoo were QS events sponsored by which now-defunct clothing label?

In 1998 the Gotcha Tahiti Pro, a QS event, was won controversially by Koby Abberton over Conan Hayes (the final is a whole story in itself).

In 1999 it jumped up to a CT and was won by Occy.

19. “He doesn’t have a style of his own. His surfing is a synthesis of other great surfers.” - Shaun Tomson. Who was Shaun talking about?

Shaun was describing Kelly Slater, in 'Surfer' mag 1992 prior to his first World Title.

20. I was an enforcer on the Gold Coast points through the 80s and 90s, but many people would know me through beach commentary. My brother appeared on the very first issue of 'Surfing Life', and I have the most intimidating name of all time. I am..?

Bruce Lee. I went looking for the photos of Bruce surfing Snapper in a balaclava but couldn't find it. Instead here's Bruce's brother Todd Lee on the first issue of ASL.

Comments

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Pupkin commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 2:35pm

TF didn't ride a Drifta during the comp?

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 2:42pm

Nup, didn't even compete:

Was obviously there because so many shots of him came out, but they must've been before the comp.

Not sure what he was riding.

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Pupkin commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 5:21pm

I think TF was in some Legends thing.

Actually, this might be interesting. Was Warren Powell riding a Simon??

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Pupkin commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 5:20pm

And Bobby Owen was riding a TF on the big day. A single-o though. And what TF shapes were Nick Carroll and Hynd riding during the comp?

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Pupkin commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 5:58pm

Warren Powell!

And was Wayne Lynch on a Simon in that Legends part of the Bells 81 comp?

https://www.surfresearch.com.au/1981_Simon_Anderson.html

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zenagain commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 2:44pm

That was fun.

Let's go again.. can we, can we!

Watashi wa metabo oyagi desu.

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 2:47pm

Think we might. All a bit of a dog's breakfast this time.

Try to improve the layout next week.

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Lanky Dean commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:05pm

6. Ricky Basnet?

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thermalben commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:08pm
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lostdoggy commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:34pm

Hmmm, questions page says “lone CT year” however answers page just says CT year.

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:48pm

Problems with the bot, or the bug, or something.

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David.Green commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 6:41pm

and wilko in 2016?

DFG

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David.Green commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 6:41pm

and wilko in 2016?

DFG

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Lanky Dean commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:07pm

12.
Italo
Lowe
gabby
Wright ?

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:09pm

I fucking knew you were gonna grill me, Dean.

You're right of course. Four winners.

 

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Lanky Dean commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:24pm

I Gotcha! # 18
LOL bahahaha

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David.Green commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 6:42pm

and wilko in 2016?

DFG

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Lanky Dean commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:10pm

9. Board shaped by ?

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:16pm

Nev Hyman.

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Lanky Dean commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:36pm

Light years ahead.
Removable adjustable fins .
Someone buy nev a beer .

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asharper001 commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:12pm

Question 12.... Matty Wilko in 2016 also. Make it five winners.

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:15pm

Fuck....the Enforcer is getting angry!

Yes, yes...five winners, OK?

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Lanky Dean commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:28pm

Wow, how did I forget poor wilko
The only surfer male or female to arrive at the contest on rollerblades !

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yahabo commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:14pm

My cousin, John Georgiou, was the architect that designed the Greek Orthodox church at Prevelley. He's now retired in his mid-70s, living in Melbourne. Classic character.

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Blowin commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 8:49pm

Of Georgiou constructions ?

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yahabo commented Saturday, 4 Apr 2020 at 5:21am

No, sole practitioner architect.

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GreenCT commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:28pm

So the enforcer got 19 out of 20
Missing Wilco at Snapper
One of my all time favourite victories as the look of complete shock and joy on his face was priceless
I think that one and Kieren Perrow at pipe after what happened the year before are in my top 5

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rablex commented Sunday, 5 Apr 2020 at 2:16am

mick fanning at bells beach 2001

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Ape Anonymous commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:33pm

Fun times - you should reveal everyone's answers next time?? Just to help our egos.
BTW, 16. Neither Black nor white are colours..

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Jono commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:44pm
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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:50pm

Yeah AA, the concept is slightly flawed at the moment.

Just looking for interest at this point.

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Ape Anonymous commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 5:30pm

Sorry, was being... facetious, Stu.
Quite like the whole thing as a mind challenge, fact finding -trivia has never been my thing -too slow.
Reckon that to be really successful the game would need some outcome that is translatable to the real world. Facts and figures - check!
Really liked the way the answers were inter-connected e.g. Tom Hoye and Ian Cairns questions and answers related to fin design. On that line of thinking, have you ever heard of this place: http://www.iqmuseum.mn/en/ ? No?
Mongolians spend lots of time isolated -long cold winters in a yurt etc. etc. So they keep their minds busy with puzzles. Everything becomes a puzzle, and in typical Buddhist fashion: if one wants to untie a knot, where should one start?

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Denyer commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 3:53pm

Can someone tell the story of the Koby Abberton and Conan Hayes final at Teahupoo?

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asharper001 commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 4:08pm

Denyer, from 'Surfer.com' Hope that's alright Stu and not a copyright thing.

'Gotcha picked up the still-QS-rated contest for 1998, perhaps as atonement for Gotcha Pro at Sandy Beach, which was the worst ASP contest of the 1980s not held in a wavepool. The name of the break was still up in the air. “End of the Road” was the locals’ preference, but some writers went with “Hava’e” or “Kumbaya.” No boats were gutted this time, but the reef-built judging tower was reduced to bamboo twigs as the swell filled mid-way on finals day. And make no mistake, the Gotcha Pro brought the fear of God to anybody who advanced past the Round 4. “The waves tripled and than quadrupled in size,” SURFER reported. “Everybody scrambled whenever a set stacked on the horizon. People panicked, boats collided, and surfers narrowly missed getting run over. Twelve-foot double-ups as wide as they were tall broke in chest-deep water. Even the daredevils were shaking in their baggies. Most of the biggest sets went untouched.”

Hawaii’s Conan Hayes got a pair of 10s in the final, and a 7 (it was best-three waves back then), but one of his 10s was so much better than anything ridden in the event that the number was meaningless. Koby Abberton meanwhile got two 9s and a 9.1, and won the event. People who were there still recall Hayes’ loss as the single most wrongful call in ASP history, made worse by the fact that Abberton, having necked a half-dozen Hinanos between the final horn and the presentation, galloped onstage, took the check, and bellowed out to the still-stunned gallery “Whoooooose the man?” Silence. ‘Whooooose the man?” Still no reply, so Koby helped out. “Me! I’m the man!”

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 4:17pm

No Bra Boy aggro, Denyer. What happened was that Conan, his friends, and by reports most of the crowd, thought he easily won the final.

The results weren't announced till the ceremony later on, and with Conan thinking he'd won, he got read out as second place and was thoroughly pissed off, later saying as much: "I risked my life in that contest and I was ripped off". No diplomacy, no fucks given.

Abberton took the cheque and was boisterous in victory with a US mag - can't recall which one - really giving him a serve, claiming he was shirtless and drunk and bellowing into the microphone, "Who's the man?!"

And when the room replied with silence, he yelled, "I'm the man!"

Hard to know where the truth lies, it was cringeworthy reporting but...ahh, perhaps not uncharacteristic?

Later stories claimed the judges screwed up Conan's first wave, going too high, too early, and when the surfers started to find their range, the judges had nowhere to go, with Abberton squeaking past.

EDIT: Just saw your report, and hey, my memory aint so shoddy after all!

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Denyer commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 5:50pm

Legendary. Thanks fellas.

Stu, maybe a few articles on the most controversial surf comps of all time?

And also, maybe a few articles on the best surf comps of all time IE. The Search Mexico.

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 6:46pm

The best surf comp of all time was the '92 Coke Classic.

Had it all: It was the second contest of the two-tier (CT and QS) tour designed by Al Hunt and Sid Cassidy to weed out journeymen who staged a rearguard action to validate their position; the vanguards of the new era, Shane Herring and Kelly Slater, hailing from opposing nations but set on the same path, unleashed their best surfing to date; their performances were aided by extreme concaves and rocker developed by Webber and Merrick, which was eventually pushed too far, but at the time turbocharged pro surfing; and then, at least at the start of the contest, there were great waves.

Bells might've been better, Teahupoo heavier, J'Bay more perfect, but for cultural upheaval, the '92 Coke is the one.

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 4:25pm

Footy from the 1998 Tahiti Gotcha Pro:

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Denyer commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 5:51pm

Cory Lopez and Bruce Irons took the cake in that clip. Some heavy ones for sure!

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Pops commented Tuesday, 7 Apr 2020 at 12:58pm

Wasn't the first teahupo'o comp the abandoned one in 1997?

He who hesitates is lost

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goofyfoot commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 6:55pm

13/20 for old goof. Pretty piss poor effort imo

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 6:58pm

Watcha reckon for Round 2?

Keep the questions hard or ease the foot off a bit?

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Fraser G commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:15pm

Nah we all need a history lesson hard as possible never forget the roots.

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GuySmiley commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 10:34pm

Questions like what did Captain Goodvibes have written on his bedhead?

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Fraser G commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 6:58pm

Claiming I got 12 /20 haha....Occy and Curren both OP's at Huntington as a grom was rad...

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goofyfoot commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:02pm

Keep it challenging I reckon.

What’s the winner get? All expenses paid trip to the North Shore next season is my suggestion. Up to you though of course..

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thermalben commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:31pm

Bahahahahaha 

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flow commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:26pm

Tony Ray? I got gotcha..

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flow commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:29pm

No question mark required for Tony Ray. I was just asking if that was the answer. Shane Horan popped into my head although he was on the winged keel

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Fliplid commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:32pm

"What’s the winner get?"

A jar of chilli sauce

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Craig commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 8:37pm

Haha, all he talks about ;p

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flow commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:33pm

4 out of 20. Is that a pass mark Stu?

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flow commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:41pm

Make that 5. I got Tom Whitaker. Did anyone get all 20?

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stunet commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:50pm

jimbrown got 15/20, which was pretty damn good I thought.

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Lanky Dean commented Saturday, 4 Apr 2020 at 2:44pm

15/18
The inspector is watching........

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GreenCT commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 7:42pm

I didnt even get a pass and was to embarrassed to write down I was that clueless but keep them coming at this level.

Best contest of all time I am drawn to the result not the conditions and also lack of footage from the past limits it.

Wilko Snapper
Kieren Perrow pipe
Ace at Tahiti
Owen Wright Fiji
Kai Otten Portugal

These come to mind as my favourites from the modern day web coverage period

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flow commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 8:02pm

I was proud of 5/20. I've have heard Joe Turpel call strider Rasberry. Didn't think it was real.

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sy Llama commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 8:53pm

Thought he was taken the piss eh

Abcd

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Blowin commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 8:56pm

I didn’t enter cause I didn’t know all the answers ....a few shy myself.....and assumed that surf history nerds would be crawling out of the woodwork to nail it in a canter.

Keep it more challenging. Narrow the field.

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lostdoggy commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 9:20pm

I got 6 fully correct with a few partial like 4 of 6 Webbers

15/20 is a very good effort

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zenagain commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 10:38pm

I got 11 with a couple of partials. St. Peters church is near Thurso not overlooking it in fairness and it is a ruin so... no rubber chicken for me.

Keep them difficult I reckon but not to the point of being totally obscure, they have to be gettable.

Can't think of standout contests but the couple of years when J'Bay was firing- just the spectacle of the best surfers in the world going to town on arguably the best surfing wave in the world. Wilko on his backhand in that heat against Parko is still some of the finest backhand surfing I have seen EVER!

Watashi wa metabo oyagi desu.

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GreenCT commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 10:52pm

I so wanted Wilko to get back up into position for one more.

I liked the wins by the Aussie underdogs over the surf itself.
Although some of the Fiji and Tahiti contests waves were amazing
The John John versus Kelly semi final must be up there as one of the best heats ever

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GreenCT commented Friday, 3 Apr 2020 at 11:01pm

https://youtu.be/CVq3gI8Dt7E
Here is the highlights including Wilko

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tiger commented Saturday, 4 Apr 2020 at 8:47am

Think I got 10/20 with a few partials. Consider myself a surf tragic, but obviously an amateur compared with some of the surf nerdery that inhabit this place. Bit of fun in these dreary times, keep it up lads!

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Phil Jarratt commented Sunday, 5 Apr 2020 at 11:56am

Re best contest ever: 1977 inaugural Stubbies at perfect Burleigh Heads. Every man-on-man heat on the last day was worthy of a final, MP a worthy, if twitchy, winner. Great weather, great vibe, heaps of XXXX, crocheted bikini girls everywhere, Drouyn going bananas every five minutes...in 50 years nothing comes close.

Phil Jarratt

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GreenCT commented Monday, 6 Apr 2020 at 8:45pm

Hi Phil
https://www.tracksmag.com.au/video/friday-flashback---the-stubbies-1977-...

Two clips here on Tracks
Must of been amazing few days.

I was trying to find something on the Larry Blair Wayne Lynch final of the Coke contest at Manly to show my son but nothing online.

Those waves were amazing.

Growing up the only information on contests was snippets in newspapers and the magazine reports a month or so later.

So very spoilt now with the internet coverage.

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stephen.allen commented Monday, 6 Apr 2020 at 2:04pm

The picture of "the enforcer" with a clench fist and a snarl: violence must not have a place in our existence. Please change the picture.

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stunet commented Monday, 6 Apr 2020 at 2:18pm

This one better?

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stephen.allen commented Tuesday, 7 Apr 2020 at 12:42pm

What do you think? The extent of domestic violence to say the least through out Australia does not warrant aggression. Maybe we should treat COVID19 with the same cavalier attitude as that of Swellnet's attitude to violence.

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stunet commented Tuesday, 7 Apr 2020 at 12:46pm

Ha ha ha...can't tell if you're trolling or not, which, if you are trolling, is the best kind of trolling there is.

So, congratulations!*

* With the caveat that if you aren't trolling then you're a highly unusual fellow.

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Bob Sacamano commented Tuesday, 7 Apr 2020 at 1:11pm

You bored stephen?

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simba commented Tuesday, 7 Apr 2020 at 6:30am

gay.....

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