Codey Thompson: successful in the #543 try

Hurricane Earl was blessed for thousand of surfers of the East Coast of the USA. There were waves for anyone.

At Jacksonville Pier, Cody Thompson tried many times, but he finally did it.

In a two-hour surfing session, Thompson managed to pull an incredible Alley-Oop after several attempts.

Check how he did it, HERE.

Jack John: photo taken in 1910 | Photo: Bianca Robinson/Museum of British Surfing

Jack Johns is the 8th World Bellyboard Champion.

The new king of the wooden boards was crowned in Chapel Porth, Cornwall, UK.

The typical summer rain and the grey skies weren't enough to drive away the competitors from the great waves that greeted everyone.
Jack Johns was able to ride the waves and foams in a fantastic prone surfing style.

The World Bellyboarding Championship was initiated in 2002 by Chris Ryan and Martyn Ward as a memorial contest to the late Arthur Traveller, a wooden surfboard lover from London.

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Tom Whitaker: he'll win all the remaining stages

The Australian ASP veteran Tom Whitaker, 30, is making a comeback to the Dream Tour.

Whitaker will rejoin the elite surfers by replacing injured Joel Parkinson.

In 2006, his last appearance on the ASP World Tour, Tom finished 6th place.

Tom Whitaker will be trying to impress the judges in the last six stages of the Tour: Trestles (USA Hurley Pro), South West Coast (Quiksilver Pro France), Peniche (Portugal Rip Curl Pro), Somewhere In (Puerto Rico Rip Curl Search), Banzai Pipeline (Hawaii Billabong Pipe Masters).