Brink: Surfing’s New World Order – The Story Behind Gabriel Medina’s World Title


The beach erupted. An whole region erupted. And it truly is just the commencing…

As the ultimate horn sounded at the prestigious Pipe Masters, that fat melted off, and the youngest planet champion given that Kelly Slater broke down. The Inertia is proud to present, BRINK: Surfing’s New Environment Purchase – investigating the tale at the rear of Brazil’s very first planet champion, twenty-yr-outdated Gabriel Medina.

Via candid interviews with “The Brazilian Storm” that expose their cultural, socioeconomic, and competitive wrestle to the major as well as some of specialist surfing’s most reliable authorities, who communicate to the cultural clash between Brazil, Hawai’i, and over and above – our first documentary digs deeper to expose the comprehensive tale at the rear of Brazil’s very first Environment Title.

Showcasing Miguel Pupo, Jadson Andre, Alejo Muniz, Filipe Toledo, Jamie O’Brien and Fred Patacchia.

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12 Responses

  1. why "New World Order " ???? is the channel connected to freemasönry????

  2. chris g says:

    Why do many Hawaiians drop in on girl surfers? What a cowardly move.

  3. Steven Poop says:

    /u/derougement is a racist

  4. Gabriel's world title & entire life will mean nothing if he doesn't know Jesus Christ. Same goes for you.
    Repent, for the Kingdom of God is near.

  5. The subtitles of Miguel Pupo are wrong. At 1:47 he says: "Era marginalizado" = It was marginalized . not "imaginary" as you put. He means that by the time of his father surf was not considered as a viable profession, but just a hobby for potheads.  

  6. xtzu2 says:

    Brazilian storm are back!!!!

    Ricardo dos Santos rules.

    Morte aos corruptos do Brasil!!

  7. nepabelito says:

    Caralho, emocionante. 

  8. slajunior says:

    Excelent video. I m happy to have the chance to witness this amazing moment.

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