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  • JackMcCoy
    Other Links Philosophy with fur The Daily Lama For those interested in living a more spiritually uplifting life

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    DOG WEBSITE PAST TOURS IN 2006 USA 2006 Billabong Jack McCoy Surf Film festival Festival Press Release Transworld Surf Parko TV Interview Transworld Surf Film Review Billabong Film Website Festival

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    FAN FRENZY Gold Coast Skitzy Submarine Written by Sean Diggins Wave Rock Recordings GOODBYE GOLDIE HULLO BELLS Not Many Instrumental Scribe From the forthcoming Album The Crusader Festival Mushroom Records Dirty Records NZ ANDY RIPS JUNK I Would If I Could Performed by The Hard ons www hard ons net MY CULTURE My Culture feat Robbie Williams Maxi Jazz From the Album 1 Giant Leap www 1giantleap com TAHITI 03 Tahiti Dreamer Written and performed by Bruce Reid Produced by Jon Russell Control ISLANDS Somewhere There s An Island performed by Seaman Dan from the Hot Records album ìSteady Steadyî JAPAN Party D4 From the album G Twenty Festival Mushroom Records Flying Nun Records BIG WAVE Dunya Salam 1 Giant Leap Distributed by FMR Records Australia BIG WAVE Music composed by Eric Chapus for Endorphin Sony ATV music publishing Australia AFRICA African xfiles Rip Van Hippy www ripvanhippy com PINETREES For The Love Of It Pitchblack Version Salmonella Dub From the Album Killervision EMI Music Australia TRESTLES Trestles Music composed by Eric Chapus for Endorphin Sony ATV music publishing Australia JIMI INTRO Blue Horizon Blues Performed by Bruce Reid Produced by Jon Russell MERMAN If 60 s Was 90 s

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    Eppo Lyon Hamilton Rochelle Ballard and Kealla Kennelly arrived in Poppies boat and joined Andy in the line up Andy was getting these south swells that were starting way up the reef and peeling all the way to the inside I couldn t seem to connect with him to shoot unless I sat right down on the inside where the wave unloads onto the reef I moved inside for the next set As he took off on a solid one I turned the camera on and started shooting The wave was a cross of a south and a west and it really wedged Andy didn t pull into it instead deciding to go around the throwing lip and did a big turn I thought he might do a snap at the top but he started to pull out I decided to shoot until he went over the wave Andy said later As I pulled out I looked down and Jack was still filming It was really shallow behind him and it was a solid 5 ft tepee that he was in the centre of As the wave exploded I yelled out to Lyon I think Jack just got worked There was some heavy explosions going on where I last saw him I remember turning the camera off and diving under Immediately I got picked up and slammed into the reef on the left side of my head and shoulder The shoulder hurt but it was the blow to the side of my head that really shook me I can only liken it to someone taking a baseball or cricket bat and hitting me full on The impact was intense I was stunned My mind racing about how much my head and shoulder hurt about how I d never been hit so hard before Then I started to get sleepyand just relaxed but then I remembered that I was still underwater You ve got to get to the surface one voice told me while another said but it s so nice and quiet down here Then the adrenalin kicked in and the survival side of the debate won It seemed like forever to get my head probably only 1 ft to the surface I came up I was seeing stars and my fingers and hand holding the camera were numb Iwas in calf deep water with 5 ft of white water about to hit me I got bowled over and miraculously didn t get a scratch as I got dragged over the reef I then stood up down near the right Feeling like I was going to pass out at any time I thought if I went into the lagoon I d fall face first and no one would see me I d drown before anyone spotting me I saw some water draining into a little crack in the reef and thought I d better try and get outside the reef for help The right at Choops drains almost dry and

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    in the town of Oiso We stayed at a hotel that is a summer destination for the masses who come to the hotel to play in there 50 acres of water activities We were there on a Sunday and the park was in full swing Thousands of Japanese turned out for a day in the pools It was a sight to behold The highlight of the park for us was the flow rider that although just a boogie ride was the closest thing to surfing we d had so we spent many an hour lined up with the rest of the kids for a speed run going nowhere Next to the hotel was a drive in theatre and that is where we show the film The drive in was a first for us and it was a stoker to pack the place under a full moon rising The next show was in the landlocked town of Osaka Our venue there was in the 100 year old town hall that used to be the home of surf movies like 5 Summer Stories and Free Ride It was an honor to be bringing surfing films back to the big screen at this traditional surf movie venue A great crowd reaction Next was onto the town of Tahara where the Billabong 6 star WQS event was being staged The show was packed with local and visiting surfers and judges that amped everyone up for the next few day competition Another bullet train ride latter and we were in the town of Shizuoka the fried eel capitol of the world Here we had to do two show because of the demand of selling the first show out days in advance All in all we are really stoked to be able to share the film

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    received Hossegor would prove to be the largest screening in Europe and right up there with the opening night on Queensland s Goldcoast where over 1300 people crammed into the Salledes Spetackles or community Hall The audience was filled with not only surfers but French mom and pop with a few grannys and grandpa s came along to see what all the fuss was about It was a great showing and the surf stoke flowed long into the night Portugal was a special treat Although people in the UK and France had the odd traditional surf film experience in the late 70 s Portugal had missed out Blue Horizon was the first surfing film to play on the big screen since Big Wednesday cit 1978 The people of Portugal were super appreciative and hospitable and really were stoked at the surf movie experience It was a very special experience for all of us We shall return Our next showing was on the French Rivera The summer coastal town of Hyeres located next to San Tropez was another exciting night Wanting to try and see how we would go there in the south of France was our interest and although this was the only show that did not sell out on the European tour the hoot factor was exceptional The second last showing of the tour was in Italy Why go to Italy I asked the Billabong team when I saw it on the tour The told me that there was surf on the Mediterranean and that summer crowds packed the beaches I envisioned a flat ocean and a bunch of people eating pasta However the summer resort of Viareggio had to have been one of the world tour highlights We arrived the day before the showing to a flat sea and a 100 000 Italians on the beach under their neatly lined up umbrellas Our local contact Max was there to greet us and tell us that the surf would be coming up Rasta and I looked at each other knowing full well we d heard all of this before Max assured us that there would be some surf later that afternoon or in the morning Yeah sure we said That night the local surf crew threw an Italian Bar B Q for us with huge slabs of Tuna where we got to party with the local crew I was the first one up the next morning and as I walked down the beach all I could see was white water all the way to the horizon It looked like cloud break at Waikiki on the swell of the century I had to rub my eyes It was messy but solid Soon Rasta Sinclair Carl Stephan and myself made the 1 2 hour battle to get out the back The result was some 8 10 ft faces sucking then going fat for 100 yard rides It was soooooooooooo much fun After a working up a big appetite we were treated

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    travelled area with dirt roads horse and kart travel for the locals and beautiful rolling hills The coastline was amazing with a large supply of unridden points and beach breaks Along the way we connected with Kassia Meador Summer Romero lifestyle photographer Steve Sherman and locals Dr Alex Soto and Max Mills international man of mystery Together we enjoyed beautiful scenery fun surf and epic red wines Throughout the trip DH and Rasta were constantly going over board design past present and future DH pulled out several fish designs that Rasta rode in the small lefts It was interesting to notice how he was applying new school moves on old school equipment The fish is a proven design for certain conditions and although not ideal for where we were Rasta ripped on the little bar of soap It was a great taste of country soul and our host DH provided a daily dose of fun and laughs as well as a journey into the past Thanks to everyone involved Our next stop is Hawaii where we are going to see if Andy can win his first world title He s so close he can taste it but it isn t

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    in the pit with a waterproof instamatic clicking off some personal snaps Poto was out on his 10 Malibu standing proud and tall in the hook on a couple of bombs A couple of Brazilin surfers slotted into the rides of their lives survived and then paddled back to their boats to reflect on what has just happened The spectator fleet was getting crazy trying to jockey for the best look at the thrills and spills that were going on the powerful reef At one stage a large set came thru and took out a boat that had been tied to the safety line With people swimming and paddling around on everything including innertubes boogie and surfboards inflatable toys and anything else that would float I m amazed that no one was seriously injured by getting caught up in a prop of the many boats that were reversing and zooming around full of people The safety crew of Eric Richard Brian Poto Aresene Raimana Didier Patrice had their hands full rushing to the rescue of anyone who took a wipe out and keeping the crowd safely at bay The water safety crew can be described only as the very best It was amazing to watch them at work in such full on conditions Shortly after 10 am the water was being cleared for the event to start The missing boards had finally arrived and in the first heat was Luke Egan who arrived a few minutes before the start of his heat not so much as having seen what conditions would meet him A few moments later the hooter sounded and Luke attacked the like up like the champion that he is Stroking straight into the biggest and gnarllest set wave I can still see him in my mind digging deep to get into the beast and then taking control the the situation calmly and casually It was great to watch There were many other heats that were just as exciting There were however some competitors that wanted to get stuck into the big waves and others who wanted nothing to do with it For Rasta now sitting in the channel on Poppies boat seeing these sort of waves being unridden or guys pulling back on was very frustrating Soon he returned to shore bummed that some of the top 44 were not that hungry for what was being served up As the day progressed there were a couple of honourable mentions that should not go un noticed On one picitular monster Shane Powell clawed his way over a ledge and into a deep throat that had everyone screaming Although the foamball inside the monster ate him up it was the peanut gallery who declared that wave as one of the most exciting ridden during the event Sitting in the channel with the rest of the spectator fleet was Eddie Vedder from Pearl Jam there to watch and support his good friend Kelly Slater Eddie came up with the classic

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