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Oli Adams in Ireland

by on Monday 10th February, 2014   15437 Visits   Comments

There is so much more to Ireland than Aileens and Mullaghmore. This is the land of the perfect setup, the flat reef and the Godly angled corner. No wonder the kids are on a tear.

“Irish surfing isn’t all about massive tow kegs, there are some mental points and a new breed of high performance rippers coming from these shores.” Said Oli “This was a week where I chose to chase turns instead of pits and had the time of my life!”

Edit: Oli Adams
Film: Ashton Wadey
Song: ‘Insane’ Flume

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