The 2014 Hurley Pro at Lower Trestles is an immensely significant event for both Kolohe Andino, Carissa Moore and surf fans alike. For Kolohe, it’s an opportunity to keep his career-best streak alive and possibly even score his first ever WCT victory – at his home break nonetheless. For Carissa, it’s a chance to make ground in the budding sizzler of a women’s world title race. And for surf fans, it’s the most high-performance surf contest of the year. In 21Days, we get intimate access to Kolohe and Carissa’s camps as they prepare for the big day.