Immaculate conditions graced finals day of the Air Tahiti Rangiroa Pro.
The Makaha athlete bested a formidable field of Tahitians and ultimately good friend Mikey O'Shaughnessy in the Final
Two perfect 10's and multiple excellent 9-point rides kicked off the first day of the Air Tahiti Rangiroa Pro.
Competitors were treated to perfect barreling conditions for Rounds One and Two.
Regional athletes head to the remote right-hander in the Tuamotus
Barrels and airs light up Rangiroa for the Men's QS1,000
The underground right-handed reef break heats up for the Air Tahiti Rangiroa Pro
The Tahitian dark horse proves his dominance, Maui's Ola Eleogram nabs runner-up.