Australia’s Brent Dorrington took a win this week during everyone’s favorite Indonesian pool party, defeating 16-year-old Rio Waida in a final of a Komune Bali Pro during Keramas. “Wow! What a day!” Dorrington pronounced after a victory. “This is one competition we have always wanted to win, it’s during one of my favorite waves…and we have all my best friends here for my brother’s Buck Party. Rio had me there for a while. we suspicion it was all over, though we was means to come behind and get a win. Now it’s time to celebrate.”
The celebration, as it customarily does during a ‘QS 1,000, starts in Round One with a initial kicked-back beer. The margin is stacked, and high numbers always dump (Adriano de Souza interconnected dual perfect-10 scores together in a quarterfinals opposite Australia’s Shane Holmes, final year’s runner-up), though a fandom for a eventuality among competitors is frequency to allege in a rankings, or to take home a trophy. And that’s by design.
“It’s a loosest [‘QS], by far,” Mad Hueys co-founder Shaun Harrington told margin editor Zander Morton. “That’s what Taj Burrow and all of them were saying. It’s a many reputable one-star in a world. But we’re only gonna keep it as a one-star, since we wish it to be all about carrying fun. It’s critical to a border that everybody in their feverishness wants to win a comp and take home a golden shoe, though that doesn’t stop ‘em from celebration Bintangs around a pool all day.”