In today’s episode Scott and David discuss Jack Robinson’s Sunset domination, Zeke’s valid plea for an interference call, the WSL’s culpability and liability for Zeke’s demotion, Kelly’s justified hypocrisy, plus Dukes, Kooks, and so much more. Enjoy!

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“When a surfer is put in a position while paddling out that they cannot get out of the way and a collision happens due to this, it is up to a majority of the judges to call interference based on whether it is determined to be accidental or not”. My opinion is that we are “professional surfers”. The best of the best! Going off the rule, surfer in white COULD have gotten out of the way. From this video clip you can see surfer in white has enough time to make a conscious decision where to paddle. Just so happens that the line he chose is directly where I drew my line to come out of the barrel, which is the ONLY option I had. The surfer paddling out has options to avoid the surfer on the wave. He should be in the channel paddling back out. It should come down to who had priority over the situation. These 2 surfers are not equal in this specific case and the rules should benefit the surfer on the wave utilizing priority. This ride would have been the first major score of the heat, but was deemed incomplete because surfer in white chose to BAIL his surfboard causing me to fall off, hindering the scoring potential of my wave, breaking my board, and leaving white with priority. How is it okay for the interfering surfer to gain so much advantage from a collision and an interference not be called? The highlighted rule 168 section 3 ENABLES controversy and should be addressed. Thanks to everyone for all the supportive messages. Let me know what you guys think! Aloha ?? @wsl

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Foi mais uma perna Havaiana alucinante! Comecei com uma quartas de final em Sunset, no QS 3000. Na sequência, em Haleiwa QS 10.000, cometi alguns erros e fiquei no Round 2. Novamente em Sunset, disputei o Vans World Cup, QS 10.000 e, sem pressão, consegui mostrar o meu surf, surfando ondas grandes e tubos, o que eu mais gosto de fazer! Na semifinal acabei cometendo alguns erros no meu posicionamento, e fiquei mais uma vez nessa fase do evento, assim como no ano passado, quando conquistei o título de “Rookie of the Triple Crown”. Estou feliz com meu resultado! Escalei 30 posições no ranking mundial do QS e termino o ano na 33* colocação. Sei que tenho que melhorar, e terei muito trabalho para estar preparado para 2020, onde irei batalhar a minha vaga na elite mundial do WCT! Aproveito para agradecer a minha família, meu irmão @wiggolly Sim , que me apoiam desde sempre, a minha mulher Meire, meu técnico Everton Silva e à todos meus companheiros @effectsurfcoaching com quem trabalho desde 2013, aos meus Shapers Tico e Teco e toda a equipe da SilverSurf pelas pranchas mágicas que estão ajudando na minha evolução e nos meus resultados, à todo o time da Flow por viabilizarem a minha participação do circuito mundial de surf, a Futures fins pelas melhores quilhas, a FVL pelas roupas. aos meus amigos e à todos que me ajudaram e torcem por mim! Obrigado Hawaii e todos os locais, aqui é a minha segunda casa! Nos vemos no próximo ano! @flow_sports_management @savannah_steak_house @fvlclothing @dahuiwax @silversurfsurfboards @personalLab @sportomics #Surfcomconciencia #mobileDoubleDoc @winneracademiaubatuba @fisioefuncional17 @effectsurfcoaching @tecnocellubatuba @cintia_acupuntura @futuresfins @surfteccel @jangawetsuits @jangabrasil

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Kelly for having Jackson Dorian caddy at Sunset


Willian Cardoso for not wearing a watch while requalification is on the line.



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Co-Host, Co-Producer: Scott Bass @BoardroomShow

Co-Host, Co-Producer: David Scales @David_Lee_Scales

Intro Music: Benjamin Booker, Violent Shiver

Outro Music: Dolly Parton, Mule Skinner Blues


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