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Slow Dance Leftovers – The Photos

Throughout the 2 years of filming and traveling for Slow Dance, plenty of photos were shot that may have never been seen. Enjoy some insight from throughout the journey. Photos by Morgan Masseen, Dane Reynolds, Craig Anderson & friends.

Slow Dance is available on DVD.


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Kelly Slater Takes ASP Title Race Lead

Having reached the final of the 6th stop on the 2013 ASP World Tour, Kelly Slater is back at the frontrunner position on the ASP ratings. The 11 time world champion has now 1050 points more than his only opponent for the 2013 crown, Mick Fanning (Aus), while there are still 4 events to go this season. In the Final, Kelly Slater was defeated by Adrian Buchan (Aus) by 18.94 pts vs 17.90. Earlier, in the semis, Ace Buchan had pulled out Fanning out of the contest and helped Slater to jump on the ranking first position.


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Slow Dance Premieres

The Australian leg of Craig Anderson's "Slow Dance" premiere went off in true Aussie form. The first of the two screenings was in Byron bay. With torrential rain all day, the night looked in jeopardy but the heavens held up for a few hours. The 250+ crowd were entertained by a great movie, free Carton Dry and a sausage from the local Boardriders Club. Hoyo and MR introduced the man of the night Craig Anderson who thanked the eager sodden crowd and shed some insights into his life. After a banging night had by all, the crew made there way to tinsel town, Torquay. The Head Office opened up and transformed into a miniature festival where the 350+ crowd enjoyed free flowing beer, flying calamari and multiple fire barrels heating the crisp winters night. The movie was epic and everyone was sitting on the edge of their seats watching Ando thread a 20 second sand churning tube!


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Sean Kettle lands New Zealand Surfing Mag Cover

Melting out through the layers of snow that have fallen across the country comes the red hot winter edition of NZ Surf Mag. One peek inside and it becomes obvious that even in the cold months the surf around our coastlines pumps, and while it is nice to head to the tropics at this time of year if you are stuck at home and have some good rubber you can score waves like those featured with barely anyone else around.


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