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The morning of the contest was pretty windy but the surf looked fun and it was a little smaller and more organized than the first day of the contest. The vibe on the beach was one of excitement and anticipation as this day was finals day and also the beginning of the handboarding heats.
The conditions weren’t great, but there was still size and energy in the water producing 2-4 foot waves breaking on the inside sandbar. The wind was steady out of the NE making for rough and choppy surface texture. I was excited and nervous for my heat as always, but I had a sense of ease because I knew that no matter what it would be a fun day with good friends and waves.
It is always a pleasure seeing the Kaha Nalu Hawaii team and all those guys! I was anxious and excited to compete with them and hopefully see a few in my heat. These guys put together an amazing contest and a huge shoutout and thank you to Sean Enoka.
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