BELLS BEACH, Australia (AP) Kelly Slater caused a stir in the surfing world on Thursday when the 11-time world champion suggested in an Instagram post that the Bells Beach event in Australia might be his last before retiring.
The 43-year-old American said in the post that ''big decisions in life don't come easy and it's taken a lot of quiet time and personal introspection to come...
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April 02, 2015
COBRA PUMA Golf has announced a new addition to its family — legendary surfer and golf nut Kelly Slater.
In a press release Tuesday, the company announced that Slater would be joining the company as a brand ambassador and would be using and wearing CORBA PUMA gear at this week’s AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
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Kelly Slater landed a 540, and quite possibly a 720, at Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal.Surfing Magazine writes, "Just now, during a lay day at the 2014 Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal, Kelly landed a 540. Or a 720. Or something. It serves as a blatant reminder that he is still the best man to ever set foot on a surfboard, and it couldn’t have come at a more perfect time — you know...
Sports The most famous big-wave surfer on the planet doesn’t just want to ride waves. He wants to ride fairways.
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Eleven years after losing her left arm during a shark attack, Bethany Hamilton, the inspirational 24-year-old surfer won the Surf-N-Sea Pipeline Women's Pro, one of the crown jewels in the world of women's surfing.The Kauai-born Hamilton — also known as the Soul Surfer — topped two Hawaiian surfers and a competitor from Japan in the final round for the title.For Hamilton...
No. 14: Kelly Slater
Kelly Slater is one of the world’s best and most popular surfers, and an 11-time ASP World Tour champion. In his time not spent surfing, Slater loves to golf and play the guitar, and he is a very powerful spokesperson for suicide prevention awareness. He finds himself as our 14th-hottest male in sports for 2013.
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