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US Open Of Surfing 2011 Highlight Reel

Aug 2011
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As the dust settles from the 100,000+ people trampling Surf City’s south side, we can now sit back and reflect on the debauchery. Below is a collection of jpg’s and video clips. Enjoy.

VOLCOM’s 2011 US Open Highlights – PURE FUNction – DESTROYS BOREDOM

Brian Elliot’s rendition of the ‘US Closed’ as seen on Surfing Magazine

Featuring Luke Davis, Yades Nicol, Kolohe Andino, Conner Coffin, Mitch Crews, Dane Reynolds, Jules Wilson, Kelly Slater, John Florence and Taj Burrow. All those juniors, seniors and in-betweeners we love. As seen on StabMag

Transworld SURF has a wicked display of imagery. See their top 10 from this year’s debauchery.


Parker Coffin goes mad at the US Open – behind the scenes from Ginger-Vision.com

Nike US Open – The Aftermath – From Surfline

Surfline Aftermath

Mens Final – Slater vs. Yadin Nicol from ASP World Tour

Slater went on an absolute rampage on the final day of competition and fought his way back into a tough battle to overtake progressive Hawaiian Dusty Payne (Lahaina, HI), 22, by launching a hail-mary, no-grab backside 360 air…

In one of the most important and biggest surf events of the year, the Brazilians were on fire to face the North-American waves, showing everyone that the new generation of 6.0 surfers from Brasil have all it takes to compete with the best in the world. Felipe Toledo won the Juniors and took home a big fat check to Brasil.

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