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Osmo Thrombo - The Lo-Fi B-Movie Of Hi-Fi Shredding


Words by Tom Carey

Sometimes plans are meant to be changed. We set out to document a surf trip in Australia and ended up in Indonesia. Nate Leal (videographer) and I (still photographer) flew from California to Sydney ready to jump on another flight to Brisbane to meet up with surfers Ozzie Wright, Noa Deane, and Mitch Coleborn, along with Mikey Mallalieu (Aussie videographer). However, during the long trans Pacific flight, the forecast and weather turned grim to say the least. So, in the Sydney airport, we lined up last minute flights, accommodations, and transfers for all of us to one of Indo’s mysto, less frequented islands.

The swell forecast was better than what Australia had in mind for us, and sometimes you just need to get surfers out of their comfort zone and on the road.

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Noa and beauties from another world.

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Mitch, Ozzie and Noa travel zonked at the ferry boarding station.

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You never know who you’re gonna meet while waiting for your boat to come in…

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..And you never know who you’ll be invited to hang with once out to sea.

Locals enjoying us tourists aboard.

The locals enjoyed our company and had some good laughs.

Indo is a far trek for anyone coming from Cali, but once you tack on another flight, and a three-hour van ride, followed by a two-hour ferry ride, and a final thirty minutes by car, you’re talking about a hefty journey. So, you pray the waves are worth it.

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No shortage of post card views along the way.

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Village life.

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Finding beach shade was key to survival on our destination island. (Noa is seen here in the Mag Vibes Stoneys Boardshorts.)

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The big goon himself, Ozzie Wright, marks trails and takes his own shade with him everywhere he goes.

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Ozzie and the best way to shower off days of travel grime.

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Ozzie out of the shower and right back into being a slob.

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Noa indy… going big and tech in the natural world.

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Apparently, all the plane flights to get there wasn’t enough air time for Mitch.

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Post-surf refueling. All I can say is that these were no ordinary coconuts...

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...Just ask Ozzie.

The next few days were a back-and-forth mission between the left, and a right-hander situated in a massive bay with the most picturesque views framing the photos. The boys assaulted the right’s chunky sections.

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The maxed out conditions at the right made for some tricky situations, but when you found a good one, the ramps were massive!

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Mitch’s backhand is second to none, as seen here.

After blowing out a fin box, Noa still managed to nail a few more airs there. But, the right just didn’t produce enough to make it into the film we were there to shoot. As fickle as it was, the left became our bread and butter. We were chipping away at our trip. We were working hard when struck by challenges such as our van bottoming out in a mean little ditch on a rutted, dirt road, and playing hard to compile an epic batch of clips.

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Ozzie and his favorite travel companion.

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The little ditch that stopped us in our tracks.

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Gathering rocks to wedge under the tires and try to lift the van high enough to drive out of the ditch.

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Noa spotting something unexpected at the left that would completely alter the rest of the trip. (Watch the flick, Osmo Thrombo, about this adventure to found out what.)

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Ozzie, Mitch and Noa at the Tropical Beach Alien Communication Centre. Ozzie tuned in.

We were happy, but we still hadn’t scored that one all-time perfect day that you travel deep into the outer reaches for. It left us hungry for more.

We woke up the last full day of the trip to a much bigger swell. The tide was in our favor and the winds were light enough for us to check out a fabled heavy tube that sits a boat ride away from the shore of a deep, cliff-lined bay. At low tide it’s ultra shallow. You need to knife your take-off directly into the barrel or you can plan on scrapping yourself off the reef. Sure enough, we rolled up to the shore and saw low-tide kegs freight training out in the distance of the bay.

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We rented an indo canoe powered by a five-horse-power-converted weed whacker outboard.

We excitedly jumped in the boat for the ride to the line-up. At first, from this closer vantage point, it looked as if the tide was actually too low. Suddenly, a few crazy waves pulsed in that got the boys out there immediately. But, once in the water, we found ourselves settling for less. Although fun, nothing rolled in for a while as sick as what we previously saw. To make matters worse, a crazy rain squall moved in and unleashed on us. It was raining so hard that the boat was filling up with water. Then, after about 20 minutes of nonstop, torrential downpour, it was as if some higher power came down and said, “Hey, let me help you out here,” and the rain stopped like the flip of a switch. A light offshore wind kicked in, and the waves started pumping. As if a spell was cast, the conditions went from average to absolutely going off. It was unworldly.

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Ozzie’s wave-count doubled everyone else's on the trip. He’s all smiles here after getting barreled for 50 yards across the shallow reef.

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After the rain squall, the wave became a full-fledge photo studio.

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Mitch just inches away from my camera. The power of a fisheye lens.

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We substituted the sun for offshore winds. Ozzie approved.

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A few gems came in before the squall. Noa found the best one.

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Mitch mid-pump on a little screamer.

We traded off long waves of multi-section pits for six hours straight that day. It was the all-time session we were hoping for. We watched the footage that night, pinching ourselves and sharing the stoke of each other’s waves. Celebratory madness ensued, joking “rite of passage” haircuts went down:

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Mitch got the first cut and rocked it the rest of the trip.

The next morning we woke up to onshore slop. The ocean was done and so were we. It was time to go home. Journey complete.

Hours of footage and tons of stories. What was next to do? Ryan Thomas to tweak all the footage into what would become OSMO THROMBO… The lo-fi, cult, surf action, adventure, dramatic, sci-fi, fantasy, bro-mantic, comedy, feel good, B-movie of outer limits, hi-fi shredding and interstellar tube time, that quickly unravels into the most bizarre experience of our lives… and ultimately a mission to rescue Mitch.

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Three of them was a handful. I couldn’t imagine keeping track of nine. Until next time!

Recent News + Video

Volcom is stoked to announce that we will be taking over our favourite pub in Byron Bay, The Northern for an entire weekend of epic events! See below for the list of madness that will be going down with Volcom & The Northern: Friday 23rd March. 5pm - 6pm - Volcom Quick Trivia: Bring your Surf, Skate & Snow knowledge for a super swift round of questions. We want you to win gear fast!! Win prizes from Volcom, Vans, Stance Sox even The Northern are throwing in free meals & $50 bar tabs!!! 6pm - Iconic Volcom Surfer, Artist and Goons Of Doom frontman, Ozzie Wright along with internationally recognised artist, Jamie Browne will be painting two lucky winner's surfboards live on Saturday… Want to be in the draw? Then head into the Volcom Byron Bay store to enter. Entries open Monday 19th and we will be drawing the winners Friday 23rd @6pm. Ozzie & Jaime will be painting the winner’s boards Saturday @4pm. 8pm – FREE live music in the band room. Performances by Drunk Mums, Pandamic, Blistar (Noa Deane), Crum, Squidlickers Plus – Noa Deane will be giving away a NEW Surfboard. Enter the draw on the night. Saturday 24th March – Fancy Dress Party & more! The fun begins at noon with Volcom's $10 meal deal – Burger, Chips & a Beer! 12pm – Watch the amazing Rachel (@RaychPonyGold) Urquhart paint a LIVE mural from 12 and, courtesy of Volcom, come down, sit back and relax while you get your Nails did for FREE right in front of the live painting!!! HOURLY PRIZES – On the hour, every hour, the bar will call a colour. If you happen to be standing on the coloured Volcom Stone sticker, you WIN a $150 Volcom voucher! 4pm – 5pm – Ozzie Wright & Jamie Browne paint live. Starting Monday 19th head into the Volcom Byron Bay store to be in the draw… Two lucky winners can bring their Surfboard down and these amazing artist will do their thing on your craft! 4pm – 6pm: Volcom Quick Trivia & MEAT raffle! Bring your Surf, Skate & Snow knowledge for a super swift round of questions. We want you to win prizes fast!! Gear to be won from Volcom, Vans, Stance Sox & even The Northern are throwing in free meals & $50 bar tabs!!! 6pm: Head on home and put on your best 80’s Punk Rock fancy dress outfits! 8pm: FREE ENTRY: Doors open to the Thrashin 80’s Punk Rock Party! First 150 “Fancy Dressed” crew through the door get on the VIP bar list. See Volcom Pro’s hit the old school ramps we will be bringing into the venue and melt your head to the line up! $500 Volcom shopping spree awarded to the best his & hers outfits. Performances by Tropical Zombie, Violent Monks, Cloacas, Bleach Girls See you there! Thanks to The Northern & Summer Bright Lager.
If you were in Australia over the past few weeks and you happened to turn on the TV or pick up a newspaper, no doubt you would have heard the name Scotty James more than a few times. Whilst you were enjoying the Aussie Summer, Scotty was in a very cold Korea representing Australia at the highest level in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Holding the Aussie flag and leading out the rest of the Australian team, Scotty made Australia proud. Most of Australia tuned in to support Scotty, embracing all those emotions as he competed in the Pipe, giving Australian’s the feeling of being right there on the slopes amongst the Korean snow. Scotty left Australia, a bloke from Warrandyte, VIC and came home a hero, becoming an Aussie legend to all those Australians that followed his journey to Korea, where he snagged Bronze in Men’s Pipe. To Volcom, Scotty has always been a hero and to show their gratitude to Scotty, whether they are Aussie, American or from anywhere in this extreme sports world - Volcom OZ and Easey Street Group put on a party to welcome back and congratulate Scotty in a way like no other. With Scotty’s family and friends on the guest list, along with Volcom family, you would have wished you were in Melbourne that night. As you enter the Easey Street venue, you were greeted with a glass of celebratory champagne from a bar that didn’t go dry the whole night. Tasty local beers were supplied by Goose Island and even tastier burgers from Easyes, accompanied by the best potato gems I have ever sampled. Our senses were being treated. At this stage, Scotty was definitely the most popular man in the house, with everyone there wanting to get a hold of that Olympic Bronze medal. I can tell you it was more than impressive, it’s the real deal with some solid weight behind it.  As the night went on and those attending got merrier and merrier, Volcom’s Shane Azar had a few surprises in store for Scotty. DJ - Sean James put the music on hold and all turned to the big screen where a mix of absolute legends across all sports congratulated Scotty on his Bronze from abroad. Just watching Scotty’s reactions to the video showed you just how special it was to him, a very touching piece indeed. To keep the emotions going, Shane presented Scotty with a one of a kind custom ring, crafted right here in Melbourne by Adam from Broken Lock. Unlike the Bronze medal, it could be worn everyday as a memento of Scotty’s achievement. A toast was had in the form of a “Garry Ablett”, a popular drink with the Volcom Snow Team (shot of coffee slammed into a beer then skulled in one hit). And then the madness began. The madness that is Barbarian... A metal band not from this century. Smoke, fire, blood sweat and some tears, a Barbarian show is like no other. If you were not Metal before the show, you are Metal now! The crowd participation was incredible, on what capped off an amazing night to celebrate an outstanding achievement by Scotty James. Words & Photos: Andrew Mapstone Party Video by: Neihana Tonkin Thanks to: Easey Street Group, Ivy Miller, Will Bowden, Pat Moore, Seth Hout, Jeff Kabigting, Mick Fanning, Julian Wilson, Tyler Allenvo, Dylan Alito, Simon Barratt, Arto Saari, Pat Barraza, Adam from Broken Lock, Easey Cheese Burgers, Goose Island Beer, Barbarian, Ryan Imegart, Todd Hymel, Alison Thomas, Nick Boon
Scotty James on snowboarding with a focused energy, a tunnel vision that stems from his addiction and love of the sport. Scotty James in an Australian-born snowboarder that has been hitting the slopes since his childhood. First competing on the international circuit when he was 13-years old, Scotty obtained a liking to halfpipe snowboarding and slopestyle events where over the years he has proven himself time and time again as a top contender and serious threat to the competition. Already a multi-time world champion of the sport and considered as one of the best snowboarders in the world, at 23-years old, Scotty James is just getting started. While Scotty primarily focuses on snowboard tricks that can relate to the halfpipe and slopestyle events, he is happiest when he is simply snowboarding, in any capacity. For Scotty James, being true to something is being true to your passion, and that passion is snowboarding. It's an addiction. It's his happiness. And he's damn good at it! What was the very first snowboard video you watched that got you hooked? SJ: I can't remember the first video I ever watched, but one that pops up in my head is JP Solberg's part from Transcendence in 2002 I believe. I was about eight-years old and watched that movie over and over again! What was it that made you like that video so much? SJ: I've always loved his style of riding and the bunny suit he wears through most of his part was pretty entertaining, especially for an eight-year old! How does that video still inspire you today? SJ: Transcendence and the riders in that movie still inspire me today because it was all about style and how good you could make tricks look without going upside down a thousand times. Riders like Gigi, Romain deMarchi, and Wolle Nyvelt all showed that style, above everything else, is gold. What activities are you into other than Snowboarding? SJ: I spend a lot of time surfing whenever I can. It's the only thing I can really do that relates to snowboarding. I've tried to skate, but I just end up in pain someway or another! Do those activities translate or influence your snowboarding in anyway? SJ: The fluidity and power that you see when watching surfers is definitely something that I think influences my riding. Working the board and enjoying the ride is what it's all about.
Like any 14 year-old skater, having a backyard bowl to skate anytime you want seem like an absolute dream! The skatepark itself was a 3 year journey, CJ and his dad started digging up their backyard when he was only 10 years old. After catching wind of it's completion we decided to get a small crew together and head over there to check it out. Pedro Barros was in town and hanging out with Omar Hassan hitting all sorts of parks around town, so it was a no brainer to get them on the sesh. Fellow Toy Machine teammate, Collin Provost is always down to shred, so he met us at CJ's too. We also hear that the park had a built in grill too so picking up some grillables was a must. Our Sunday sesh at CJ's was shaping quite nicely! We called CJ up to get more on the process. He was in the middle of doing his homework, so he wasn't too bummed on chatting with us for a few minutes. Watch the video above and read more below for the full scoop: When did you decide to make a skatepark in your backyard? We started digging up the backyard like 3 years ago. We didn't really know what we were going to do, but then, not too long ago, we were just like fuck it! We're going to build it. Did you have a design? or did they design it for you? What did you want in it? Well yeah, we like didn't even design it. We drew it on a piece of napkin or something like that. Then we ended up having Remy hook us up with his guy (Dug Ketterman of DugOut Design Studios, who also helped design the Volcom HQ skatepark) to do the 3D render or whatever it's called. How long has it been in the backyard now? It's been in the backyard for like 3 or 4 months now. What was your first reaction to seeing it and skating it? Dude, I was so stoked! I couldn't frickin' believe it, I was so hyped! Who else has skated it beside yourself? Any other skaters stop by yet? All of the builders have skated it. We had a little BBQ when it was done and had a few people over, but not a lot of people have skated it yet really. So it's not too blown out yet? No, not yet. Were Collin, Pedro and Omar kind of the first pro's to skate it? Pretty much, yeah they were the first ones to really skate it, besides me. How often do you use that BBQ? It was looking pretty clean when we rolled through... We only used it like once before you guys did. That was on New Years. How stoked were you to drive the van? Dude! I was so stoked! I was ready to ram anything and everything! We should have had you do more than one take... (laughs) Yeah! I would have too much fun. I feel like it would have gotten dangerous pretty quick. You're coming to Florida on the next Volcom 'Road Rager' trip right? Yeah, it's like the end of February, beginning of March right? Yup! We have a good crew. Have you ever been to Florida before? I've been once like 4 years ago for Tampa Am. I think that was the first time Volcom ever flew me out to a contest. Oh yeah, damn, 4 years ago, you were like 10 years old. Did you enter last year? I didn't go last year, but I think I'm going this year, it's going to be rad. I just watched that Transworld Skateboarding video of you and the Toy Machine dudes in China, looks like you got some epic footage. That wasn't your first time to China though, right? You've been there for the Vans Park Series before right? Yeah, but the Toy Machine trip was before I went there for the Vans Park Series, So yeah, the Toy Machine trip was my first time to China. Oh rad! What was that like? It was sick, but we were in the middle of nowhere, just going to random spots in China. It was brutal, I was sick for like the first 2 weeks! I don't know what what was wrong, My eyes felt so dry that I felt like I just needed to sleep, I also had a gnarly fever. Did Collin take care of you? They would just go skate spots, I would just chill at the hotel. They were like "Oh you'll be fine, just stay in bed." When I was feeling better, I would go out and skate in the morning but by the end of the sesh I would just be dusted! What else do you have going on? Um, not much right now, just a lot of homework. might meet up with a couple homies this weekend. Not sure what we're doing yet. So if you're homeschooled, what grade are you in? how does that work? Well, I'm in 9th grade, I don't know if that's different than regular school. Sound about right... Yeah, I'm in 9th grade but really suck at school. I only have one F. That's in Biology. What pants you running these days? Right now, I'm wearing just the Frickin' Modern Chinos, I've been trying out some denim, I think the Solvers, but I usually just run the chinos. What would your dream sesh be in you park? If you could have any 3 dudes, who would it be? Um... I would say Grant Taylor, Collin's already been here, that was my dream! (laughs) I'd like to see Dustin here too, I would like to see what he could do, he'd just fly around and bail alot, that would be rad. (laughs). What's the deal with that drainage grate you have in there too? That thing is sick! Yeah! That was me and my dad's idea. One of my dad’s friends does metal work and he did it for us. It's pretty sick, we wanted to do one for the BBQ grill too. All right, well I'll let you get back to your homework, don't want anymore F's. Thanks for your time bud! For sure dude! Later!
Volcom is proud to announce the release of a unique apparel collection from San Diego surfer, board shaper, and all-around crafty human, Ryan Burch. Featuring original artwork from Ryan, this limited-edition capsule represents yet another outlet for his homegrown creativity. If you don't know Ryan, know this: he's a sought after shaper who merges the craftsmanship and know-how of the past with a progressive vision of the future. A Volcom team rider for 15 years, he's also an artfully adept goofy-footer with a style all his own. If you haven't already, get on over and check out Ryan's sections in Volcom's Psychic Migrations & True To This movies. There are colorful, hand-drawn eyeballs throughout the collection and Ryan explains why: "I put eyes on all the boards I make because it represents the way I learned how to shape. It's all by eye and the best way to see a design is to use your eyes!" His aim was to "Make something fun. The patterns are crazy-I wanted it to be a combination of my style and classic Volcom style. As for his favorite piece, "The boardshorts are classic, I love those!" Don't forget you can go in the draw to win this hand-shaped Ryan Burch surfboard! Simply buy any piece from the Volcom X Ryan Burch collection and get an entry into the draw. Shop the collection here! The winner will be drawn March Friday 9th in the AM.
Joshua Moniz defeats Jamie O'Brien, Weslley Dantas and Cam Richards to win the 2018 Volcom Pipe Pro! Finals Day at the 2018 Volcom Pipe Pro welcomed everyone with pumping 8-12 foot Pipeline and Backdoor with light offshore winds. The swell backed off a bit from the day before, which was a good thing, and competitors were eager to hit the lineup as countless epic Pipeline barrels graced the lineup all morning. We started off Finals Day with Round 5 and saw multiple 7 and 8-point rides drop without hesitation. Cam Richards nabbed an amazing 8.10 barrel at Pipe where he stood up comfortably and got blown out with the spit. In the same heat, Joan Duru was behind in the count until the last few seconds when a solid wave came in and scored a 7.70 to advance into the Quarterfinals along with Cam. Noa Deane and Joshua Moniz each solidified their spot in the Quarterfinals with high 7-point rides, and Alvaro Malpartida had two excellent 7-point rides to advance along with fellow Peruvian Joaquin Del Castillo. As the round continued, Marco Giorgi bagged an impressive 9.50 and 8.50 to hold the highest heat score for Round 5, while Carlos Munoz received a perfect 10-point ride for a freight-train right at Backdoor. The Quarterfinals were set and the field was stacked with some of Pipeline’s finest barrel riders. Cam Richards continued to amaze everyone with his exceptional barrel riding, dropping an 8.87 on a heavy Pipeline bomb, while Noa Deane secured his advancement in the Semifinals with a 8.17. Heat 2 of the Quarterfinals featured Jack Robinson who was destined to make the finals, but came up short after breaking two of his boards in the heat. That left Joan Duru and Joshua Moniz into advancing positions after each grabbing two solid scores in the 8 and 6-point ranges, respectively. Finishing out the Quarters saw Weslley Dantas, Alvaro Malpartida, Jamie O’Brien, and Mitch Parkinson into advancing positions as the waves continued to fire on all cylinders. While Weslley and Alvaro each had one good score under their belts, Jamie O’Brien was able to find a 7.50 and 8.50 to complete his Quarterfinal heat with a comfortable 16-point total. The Semifinals saw a fury of waves as Pipeline continued to deliver. Picked up right where he left off, Cam Richards dropped a 9.0 on a deep Pipeline left, and also grabbed a 8.80 to solidify his spot in the finals. Joshua Moniz was also able to find two lefts at Pipe to slingshot himself into the final four. Semifinal two included Pipeline specialist Jamie O’Brien who, to no surprise, found a gem of a wave with a 9.17 at Pipeline, and followed it up with a last minute 4.50 to secure his advancement. While Mitch Parkinson nearly matched Jamie’s excellent score, he was unable to find a backup which left the door open for Weslley Dantas who had a 6.0 and 7.27, marking his name in the prestigious final. With an amazing week of great Pipeline and Backdoor, we were set for the finals of the 2018 Volcom Pipe Pro, and what a final it was. Joshua Moniz, Jamie O'Brien, Weslley Dantas and Cam Richards hit the lineup to non-stop firing Pipeline. Jamie got a quick start with a 7.43, but it wasn't until a few waves later when he dropped a perfect 10-point ride on a gem of a Pipeline wave. With a solid two-wave total already, it seemed like he had the final in his bag. Waslley Dantas and Cam Richards snagged a couple mid-range scores, but it was Joshua Moniz who opened up with an 8.83 and ended up finding a 8.73 towards the end of the final to secure the win. Congratulations to all finalists and competitors throughout the event for their hard-charging efforts and spectacular showing for the 2018 Volcom Pipe Pro! FINALS: (1) Joshua Moniz - 2018 Volcom Pipe Pro Champion (2) Jamie O’Brien (3) Weslley Dantas (4) Cam Richards SEMIFINALS: H1: (1) Cam Richards, (2) Joshua Moniz, (3) Noa Deane, (4) Joan Duru H2: (1) Jamie O’Brien, (2) Weslley Dantas, (3) Mitch Parkinson, (4) Alvaro Malpartida QUARTERFINALS: H1: (1) Cam Richards, (2) Noa Deane, (3) Evan Valiere, (4) Koa Smith H2: (1) Joan Duru, (2) Joshua Moniz, (3) Aritz Aranburu, (4) Jack Robinson H3: (1) Weslley Dantas, (2) Alvaro Malpartida, (3) Finn McGill, (4) Carlos Munoz H4: (1) Jamie O’Brien, (2) Mitch Parkinson, (3) Marco Giorgi, (4) Joaquin Del Castill ROUND 5: H1: (1) Koa Smith, (2) Aritz Aranburu, (3) Billy Kemper, (4) Noa Mizuno H2: (1) Cam Richards, (2) Joan Duru, (3) Ian Gouveia, (4) Ian Crane H3: (1) Jack Robinson, (2) Evan Vaiere, (3) Mason Ho, (4) Robson Santos H4: (1) Joshua Moniz, (2) Noa Deane, (3) Soli Bailey, (4) Masatoshi Ohno H5: (1) Alvaro Malpartida, (2) Joaquin Del Castillo, (3) Tanner Hendrickson, (4) Mikey Wright H6: (1) Finn McGill, (2) Mitch Parkinson, (3) Ian Walsh, (4) Cristobal De Col H7: (1) Marco Giorgi, (2) Carlos Munoz, (3) Ezekiel Lau, (4) Takayuki Wakita H8: (1) Jamie O’Brien, (2) Weslley Dantas, (3) Miguel Tudela, (4) Lahiki Minamishin ROUND 4: H1: (1) Koa Smith, (2) Joan Duru, (3) Kyle Ramey, (4) Josh Burke H2: (1) Billy Kemper, (2) Ian Crane, (3) Kiron Jabour, (4) John Mel H3: (1) Cam Richards, (2) Aritz Aranburu, (3) Manuel Selman, (4) Cody Young H4: (1) Ian Gouveia, (2) Noa Mizuno, (3) Dwight Pastrana, (4) Raoni Monteiro H5: (1) Evan Valiere, (2) Masatoshi Ohno, (3) Tomas Tudela, (4) Elijah Gates H6: (1) Jack Robinson, (2) Joshua Moniz, (3) Hank Gaskell, (4) Imaikalani Devault H7: (1) Soli Bailey, (2) Mason Ho, (3) Barron Mamiya, (4) Jacome Correia H8: (1) Noa Deane, (2) Robson Santos, (3) John John Florence (4) Nomme Mignot H9: (1) Joaquin Del Castillo, (2) Ian Walsh, (3) Sebastian Zietz, (4) Balaram Stack H10: (1) Alvaro Malpartida, (2) Mitch Parkinson, (3) Lucas Silveira, (4) Mitch Coleborn H11: (1) Cristobal De Col, (2) Tanner Hendrickson, (3) Leonardo Fioravanti, (4) Brent Dorrington H12: (1) Finn McGill, (2) Mikey Wright, (3) Koa Rothman, (4) Hizunome Bettero H13: (1) Ezekiel Lau, (2) Lahiki Minamishin, (3) Riley Laing, (4) Seth Moniz H14: (1) Carlos Munoz, (2) Jamie O’Brien, (3) Benji Brand, (4) Jeronimo Vargas H15: (1) Miguel Tudela, (2) Marco Giorgi, (3) Kalani David, (4) Jordy Collins H16: (1) Weslley Dantas, (2) Takayuki Wakita, (3) Nic von Rupp, (4) Parker Coffin ROUND 3: H1: (1) Josh Burke, (2) John Mel, (3) Kaito Kino, (4) Matthew Macgillivray H2: (1) Billy Kemper, (2) Kyle Ramey, (3) Liam O’Brien, (4) Love Hodel H3: (1) Cody Young, (2) Noa Mizuno, (3) Makuakai Rothman, (4) Skip McCulough H4: (1) Dwight Pastrana, (2) Manuel Selman, (3) Ryland Rubens, (4) Facundo Arreyes H5: (1) Evan Valiere, (2) Hank Gaskell, (3) Diego Mignot, (4) Dylan Goodale H6: (1) Jack Robinson, (2) Elijah Gates, (3) Alonso Correa, (4) Olamana Eleogram H7: (1) Mason Ho, (2) Nomme Mignot, (3) Ulualoha Napeahi, (4) Luke Gordon H8: (1) Robson Santos, (2) Jacome Correia, (3) Makai McNamara, (4) Yage Araujo H9: (1) Ian Walsh, (2) Alvaro Malpartida, (3) Reef Heazlewood, (4) Sunny Garcia H10: (1) Mitch Parkinson, (2) Joaquin Del Castillo, (3) Harley Ross, (4) Kaito Ohashi H11: (1) Brent Dorrington, (2) Finn McGill, (3) Torrey Meister, (4) Reo Inaba H12: (1) Koa Rothman, (2) Cristobal De Col, (3) Anthony Walsh, (4) Shun Murakami H13: (1) Riley Laing, (2) Jeronimo Vargas, (3) Gatien Delahaye, (4) Keijiro Nishi H14: (1) Jamie O’Brien, (2) Lahiki Minamishin, (3) Lucca Mesinas, (4) Ethan Osborne H15: (1) Kalani David, (2) Nic von Rupp, (3) David do Carmo, (4) Danny Fuller H16: (1) Weslley Dantas, (2) Jordy Collins, (3) Noah Beschen, (4) O’Neill Massin VLCQ WINNER: JAMIE O'BRIEN ROUND 2: H1: (1) Matthew McGillivray, (2) Kyle Ramey, (3) Shayden Pacarro, (4) Wyatt McHale H2: (1) Love Hodel, (2) John Mel, (3) Cole Houshmand, (4) Kala Willard H3: (1) Makuakai Rothman, (2) Ryland Rubens, (3) Miguel Blanco, (4) Sean Woods H4: (1) Facundo Arreyes, (2) Noa Mizuno, (3) Jhonny Corzo, (4) Christopher Kervin H5: (1) Evan Valiere, (2) Alonso Correa, (3) Jason Shibata, (4) Colt Ward H6: (1) Olamana Eleogram, (2) Hank Gaskell, (3) Kai Lenny, (4) Kaimana Jaquias H7: (1) Ulualoha Napeahi, (2) Jacome Correia, (3) Martin Jeri, (4) Tristan Guilbaud H8: (1) Yage Araujo, (2) Luke Gordon, (3) Kainehe Hunt, (4) Logan Bediamol H9: (1) Sunny Garcia, (2) Harley Ross, (3) Luke Shepardson, (4) Kekoa Cazimero H10: (1) Joaquin Del Castillo, (2) Ian Walsh, (3) Andrew Jacobson, (4) Joh Azuchi H11: (1) Finn McGill, (2) Anthony Walsh, (3) Charly Quivront, (4) Gabriel Morvil H12: (1) Koa Rothman, (2) Brent Dorrington, (3) Ezra Sitt, (4) Kade Matson H13: (1) Keijiro Nishi, (2) Lahiki Minamishin, (3) Jake Kelley, (4) Bruce Irons H14: (1) Ethan Osborne, (2) Riley Laing, (3) Eliott Napias, (4) Eli Olson H15: (1) Kalani David, (2) Noah Beschen, (3) Keoni Yan, (4) Cory Arrambide H16: (1) O’Neill Massin, (2) Danny Fuller, (3) Adrian Garcia, (4) Shaun Burns ROUND 1: H1: (1) Kyle Ramey, (2) Kala Willard, (3) Isaac Stant, (4) Ian Gentil H2: (1) Makuakai Rothman, (2) Noa Mizuno, (3) Sheldon Paishon, (4) Tom Dosland H3: (1) Jason Shibata, (2) Kai Lenny, (3) Ryder Guest, (4) Edrick Baldwin H4: (1) Ulualoha Napeahi, (2) Kainehe Hunt, (3) Chris Foster, (4) Cole Alves H5: (1) Sunny Garcia, (2) Ian Walsh, (3) Michael O’Shaughnessy, (4) Nathan Florence H6: (1) Anthony Walsh, (2) Ezra Sitt, (3) Kai Mana Henry, (4) Kelson Lau H7: (1) Lahiki Minamishin, (2) Eliott Napias, (3) Luke Adolfson, (4) Eala Stewart H8: (1) Kalani David, (2) Danny Fuller, (3) Mikey Bruneau, (4) Dante Silva