Jeremy Flores Trains in Wavegarden

22 Aug 2013

After suffering an injury at the Oakley Pro in Bali in late June which put him out of the water for a month, current world No.14 ranked surfer, Jeremy Flores decided to head to the Wavegarden for some recovery training.

“The Wavegarden feels amazing.” Flores told said, “It feels like it looks – a super fun 2ft wave. It’s perfect for trying out new boards and working on the position of your body for each manoeuvre.”

Following these sessions, Jeremy went on to win the Nixon ‘Heaviest Wave Award’ at the Billabong Pro surfing Teahupo’o in mid-August. This edit is in the running for the best soundtrack of the year.