KELLY SLATER winning historic 1995 Quiksilver G-Land Pro (+ Carroll, Machado, Dorian & friends)

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7 Comments to KELLY SLATER winning historic 1995 Quiksilver G-Land Pro (+ Carroll, Machado, Dorian & friends)

  1. Alberto Guerra October 12, 2012

    buen Surf, pero la musica malisima

  2. Kalanioccc October 12, 2012

    i loved this contest

  3. youngkeithG October 12, 2012

    sweetness
    

  4. BelkisD October 12, 2012

    Tremendo Tema siempre lo tengo en la memoria GRACIAS POR SUBIRLO CON TANTA CALIDAD…1000 Points !

  5. youngkeithG October 12, 2012

    Timeless Waves. Timeless Surfers. Timeless Event. Timeless Music.

  6. korvorao October 12, 2012

    Muito Bom ! ! ! ! ! !

  7. AnaVidPimp October 12, 2012

    pure perfection.

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www.facebook.com (music page) G-LAND PRO, a documentary revolving around an ASP world surfing tour event that was held in an isolated area in Indonesia in 1995. The film was created by Seth Elmer and Doug Silva. Featured in this clip are top international surfers; eleven-time world champion Kelly Slater (who won the event), Tom Carroll, Jeff Booth, Shane Dorian, Rob Machado, Shane Beschen, Derek Ho, Pat O’ Connell, John “Shmoo” Shimooka. Surfer Magazine calls Quiksilvers G-Land Java Pro “The greatest ASP contest ever . . .”. Surfing Magazine says, “More than a contest, more than a surf trip, the Quiksilver Pro redefined professional surfing . . .” Witness a select group of the worlds greatest surfers in some of the best contest waves ever ridden. Kelly Slaters switch stance tube has to be seen to be believed. Incredible photography from the water, jet skis, and helicopters. In 1995, the Billabong Challenge introduced the idea of two-week waiting period that put a premium on running events in quality waves. That same year, Quiksilver dared to host an event at the reef point perfection of Indonesia’s G-Land. With the G-land Quiksilver Pro, the precedent of a contest driven primarily by wave quality, whether large audiences could physically access the venue or not, was established. This single event put the “bums on the beach” mentality squarely into question. G-land may have been an anomaly if it weren’t for a little thing called the Internet, and more specifically
Video Rating: 4 / 5