16 Nov 2015

Tracks Magazine, resort latitude zero, nomad surf charters, Indonesia, Sumatra



What does the future of Australian surfing look like? Can we continue our dominance on the WSL while under siege from Brazilians, Europeans, Americans, Japanese and Hawaiians? Tracks recently travelled to the Mentawai Islands with seven, young Aussie competitors who are making the transition from the cosy corners of junior surfing to the unforgiving realm of the WQS.

The result: Now And Tomorrow.

Introducing Shaun Manners, Cody Robinson, Monty Tait, Reef Heazlewood, Quinn Bruce, Kalani Ball and Jared Hickel. The destiny of Australian surfing is in their hands.


A Film by Dom Sullivan

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