Thursday, December 14, 2017
Updated: Thursday, December 14, 2017
Kontiki beach in Netanya has delivered super fun sessions for the past two editions of the Israeli event.
While in Israel, surfers and traveling staff were able to discover the many beauties of the country. Pictured here, the Dead Sea.
Driving through the Israeli backcountry is a wild experience, navigating above and below sea level through the desert.
Dimitri Ouvre carves on a clean Netanya wall.
Every year a gala is organized and gives surfers a chance to share their experience, traveling and competing on unknown territories. Gony Zubizarreta pays tribute to the community.
2017's most improved QS warrior Jorgann Couzinet launched an assault on the series with a final in Netanya.
Local Gil Keren (ISR) showcases the talent pool in Israeli surfing.
Jonathan Gonzalez takes the inside position on a beautiful right at Kontiki.
Jorgann Couzinet takes a moment to soak in the support from the locals in Netanya.
Dog surfing is a global thing apparently and has made it to the Israeli shores.
Peterson Crisanto took out the 2017 edition with a combination of powerful surfing and progressive maneuvers.
Peterson Crisanto takes it to the air for the win.
Another local talent, Shai Baida (ISR) hits the brakes on the final section.
Garazi Sanchez-Ortun, Marissa Shaw, Peterson Crisanto, Jorgann Couzinet make up the 2017 finalists in Netanya.