Bloodlines Hawaii Part 3
The last of the Bloodlines Hawaii camps wrapped up and we had another all star week of surfing on hand from the best young surfers around the globe. Camp 3 was made up of our oldest and best under 18’s in the world. The crew included American's Ryland Rubens and Eithan Osborne; Australians Riley Lang, Reef Heazlewood, Billy Harrison; Kiwi Tane Bowden and Kairi Noro from Japan.
A lot of wind and swell in the beginning of the camp had the crew surfing large Haleiwa and practicing for future QS 10,000s out there. The Haleiwa Pro is a contest where World Tour qualification can be won or lost, and this camp let these future qualifiers get plenty of experience.
When the wind finally calmed down it was time to chase barrels out front of the house at Off The Wall and Backdoor. The guys charged hard, and then got a few rippable days down at Rockies and even at Sunset to wrap up a complete North Shore experience.
It was an extremely memorable winter for the Hawaii Bloodlines Camps.
Riley Laing driving for the exit.
Tane Bowden sitting comfortably at OTW.
Billy Harrison throwing one up with a shallow landing underneath.
The boys jumping out for a session.
Reef Heazlewood ripping Haleiwa.