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Three 10’s in 2010

by on Friday 19th November, 2010   6412 Views

THREE 10s in 2010 is the first video of the ten part series that showcases the key moments of 10x World Champion Kelly Slater’s career.

In this first video you get the King’s perspective on this season’s three 10 point waves.

His first season boosting 10 came in Tahiti, after which there was no looking back. “I remember at the time dropping in, landing and looking and I couldn’t see out the end of the barrel because the lip was between my face and the tube.”

10 number two came on a frothy French number before capping it off with 10 number three in Puerto Rico, the venue for his 10th world title. 

For more 10s go to fb/quiksilver

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