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Mataveri, a world class left pointbreak, looking pretty friendly.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
A surfer and an artist, "El Kenny" is one of the coolest locals around.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
You will be amazed by what lies beneath.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
The art of surfing and sculpture by Brandon and Te Pou Huke respectively© 2014 Alan Thiznau
After the session, Chileans, Peruvians and locals Mandy, Zuzuki, Kenny and Tama gather on the rocks just to enjoy the show.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
Hetereki at his front yard, taking a rest from work.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
When isn't big, the waves are likely to be more dangerous. Here is Fabio, from Peru, hoping to make it on a very shallow lava bottom at Mataveri.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
Vivi, another gem of the south coast.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
Uti Araki's got the tow-in equipment ready for the big days on the south coast. Unfortunately, it didn't get big enough at this time of the year.© 2014 Alan Thiznau
The two sides of paradise: Pakaia and Hanga Roa© 2014 Alan Thiznau
Italy has waves and Sardinia has some of the best spots, places you would not believe. Leonardo Fioravanti knows that better than most...
From the Caribbean to Nova Scotia (and maybe even Europe) the forecast is for a medium sized swell to grace your local beach.
Like a lot of the waves in the edit, this one is a grower. Dusty Payne and Yadin Nicol make light work of things you'd sail on by.
Highlight of the day was the 17-year-old brother of local legend Manoa. He blew everyone away.
We break down the reasons why Edouard might be the most interesting storm of the season so far.
Next week we have great looking numbers for Trestles, the Wedge and elsewhere in Southern California.