The boys joined in on the traditional balinese opening ceremony with the Oakley World Pro Junior competitors.
Team Sunrise. (L-R)
Team Heritage
Team Jack's. (L-R)
Team Surf Ride. (L-R)
Team T&C. (L-R)
Team WRV. (L-R)
Team Pac Wave
Bobby Okvist of Jack’s Surf Shop in California, laying into a meaty inside turn at Canggu. Photo: Lowe-White
Ex World Tour surfer and Town & Country standout Kekoa Bacalso, demonstrating the fundamentals of Hawaiian power surfing. Photo: Lowe-White
By moving the National event from Huntington to Canggu, Oakley officially raised the bar on the Surf Shop Challenge. Photo: Lowe-White
Blake Jones, from Florida’s WRV, taking the top of an inside bowl. Photo: Lowe-White
Kevin Hodges from Team WRV, sets up to dismantle the inside section at Canggu. Photo: Lowe-White
WRV’s Mark Yonkers wasn’t about to leave Indonesia without getting some tube-time. Photo: Lowe-White
Zack Humphreys and a picture perfect backside hack. Photo: Lowe-White
With the help of turns like this from Vance Smith, Team Jack’s was able to take the 2012 National title. Photo: Lowe-White
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Floridas Dane Jefferys, who runs the Sunrise shop, proved that he’s equally lethal in the lineup as a he is behind the desk.  Photo: Lowe-White
Hawaii’s Travis Hashimoto, who runs the Town & Country factory, proved that he’s equally lethal in the lineup as a he is behind the desk. Photo: Lowe-White
Asher Nolan, high-speed power hack. Photo: Lowe-White. Photo: Lowe-White
Team Surf Ride’s Brent Reilly, setting his tail free. Photo: Lowe-White
Ryan Briggs, setting up for a huge backside hack. Photo: Lowe-White
Chris Waring, slicing into a meaty Canggu left-hander.  Photo: Lowe-White
As the double-whammy surfer for Jack’s, Chris Waring was pivotal in claiming the team’s National win. Photo: Lowe-White
Canggu transformed to Tent City for the National edition of the Surf Shop Challenge. Photo: Lowe-White
“I can’t believe we get to surf this.” —Everyone who competed today.  Photo: Lowe-White
It’s hard to tell if they were running for the start of the heat or the fact that it was 3-feet and absolutely perfect in the lineup. Photo: Lowe-White
Team Pac Wave, cheering on their brothers in boardies.  Photo: Lowe-White
Darrel Goodrum from Surf Ride, comfortably connecting with an inside section.  Photo: Lowe-White
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Jack’s Surf Shop, your National Surf Shop Challenge winner.  Photo: Lowe-White
You’d be smiling too if you just won 10 grand and a National title in perfect surf.  Photo: Lowe-White
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It pays to be a winner. Team Jacks, soaking in the suds.
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