#Billabongbloodlines Returns to Hawaii
The Billabong groms up their surfing game at Oahu’s North Shore.
The Billabong Bloodlines groms have returned to Hawaii for their first training camp of the year and, once again, plenty of swell was there to greet them. After a seriously long journey this motley crew of international mini legends (from USA, Australia, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Japan) were psyched to get straight out into the water and start pushing limits.
A slightly less publicized aspect of life as a traveling surfer.
The Billabong Bloodlines program was designed to give the best and brightest young Billabong team riders a chance to hone their skills in some of the worlds most sought-after surfing playgrounds. The camps also gives the young protege's the opportunity to surf at key world tour locations that, hopefully, they will be competing at in years to come.
Over the years the program has been through places like Tahiti, Sumbawa, Indonesia, and of course, Hawaii. The sheer variety of waves in and location of accommodation (Billabong owns a team house right on the beach at Off the Wall) has, over the years, made the Hawaiian leg a strong crowd favorite.
Morning surf check.
Eithan enjoying the local wildlife.
Finn having some fun on a soft top board.
Group shot after a long hike.