Star Championship Tour rookie Callum Robson talks about the promising start to his young career. He discusses his big win at the Challenger Series opener at Snapper Rocks, what it meant for him, how he pushed his surfing in the intense dog-eat-dog environment and thriving with a more attacking style. He details his time on the CT so far, leaning on the Australian veterans like Owen Wright, creating a tight crew of young Australian surfers similar to the Brazilians, and being aware and prepared for the Mid-season Cut coming into the season. He looks back at his road to the tour, from growing up in Evans Head, originally wanting to be a football player, doing a carpenter apprenticeship with his dad and realizing his priorities, and getting pushed by surfers like Liam O'Brien and Ethan Ewing. He then looks forward to the rest of the 2022 season (especially J-Bay and Tahiti), talks about his mindset, and sets his goals of making the WSL Final 5 and getting 1% better every day. Callum also talks about the devastating floods that have affected his hometown and what he's doing to help (see links below).
Learn more about Callum: https://www.worldsurfleague.com/athletes/9654/callum-robson https://www.instagram.com/callummrobson
Support his community and help them recover from the flooding: https://www.callumrobson.com.au/
Watch him next at the Quiksilver Pro G-Land live May 28 to June 6.