Red Bull presents 21Days

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Just wanted to give you Juicers a heads up that the first episode of the Billabong Pro Tahiti installment of "21Days" is now LIVE on RedBull.com/Surfing.

About 21Days: the series
"21Days" is a new Red Bull series that offers unprecedented insight into the stories of the athletes on Tour. It is unlike anything seen before in competitive surfing coverage. Spanning five events through the ASP World Tour calendar, each installment will feature the two surfers who, heading into that event, represent the most compelling storylines. Vivid surf action peppered through a moving-parts documentary will offer viewers an all-access pass into the competitive pre-game of two world tour surfers. With a new pair of surfers starring in each installment, the series is very fluid, able to adjust to bring the audience the most intriguing narratives from the 2013 ASP World Championship Tour.

About 21Days: Smith/CJ Hobgood
This installment follows Jordy Smith and CJ Hobgood as they prepare for the Billabong Pro Tahiti. Jordy is enjoying one of his best years on Tour, having won a CT outside South Africa — Billabong Rio Ro — for the first time in his career. He currently sits 4th in the World Rankings and is looking to assert himself in the heavy backhand barrels in Tahiti. On the other side is CJ Hobgood, the 2001 ASP World Champion, and the Floridian is coming of his two best results of the year — a third and a fifth, respectively — and is equal 9th in the rankings. For CJ, the world champ and battle-tested vet, it's been a strange season of sorts as he's surfed the entire year without a primary sponsor. With a Hall of Fame resume, anything he has left to prove is only to himself. For Jordy, after a downtrodden 2012, he's experienced a resurgence of the competitive fire that made him one of the world's best surfers at such a young age, and seems hungrier than ever to capture that first world title. They are two very different surfers, from very different backgrounds, with the same goal — to win the Billabong Pro Tahiti, and a world title… at all costs.

Photo Credit: Jordy Smith by Jimmy Wilson


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Just wanted to give you Juicers a heads up that the first episode of the Billabong Pro Tahiti installment of "21Days" is now LIVE on RedBull.com/Surfing.

About 21Days: the series
"21Days" is a new Red Bull series that offers unprecedented insight into the stories of the athletes on Tour. It is unlike anything seen before in competitive surfing coverage. Spanning five events through the ASP World Tour calendar, each installment will feature the two surfers who, heading into that event, represent the most compelling storylines. Vivid surf action peppered through a moving-parts documentary will offer viewers an all-access pass into the competitive pre-game of two world tour surfers. With a new pair of surfers starring in each installment, the series is very fluid, able to adjust to bring the audience the most intriguing narratives from the 2013 ASP World Championship Tour.

About 21Days: Smith/CJ Hobgood
This installment follows Jordy Smith and CJ Hobgood as they prepare for the Billabong Pro Tahiti. Jordy is enjoying one of his best years on Tour, having won a CT outside South Africa — Billabong Rio Ro — for the first time in his career. He currently sits 4th in the World Rankings and is looking to assert himself in the heavy backhand barrels in Tahiti. On the other side is CJ Hobgood, the 2001 ASP World Champion, and the Floridian is coming of his two best results of the year — a third and a fifth, respectively — and is equal 9th in the rankings. For CJ, the world champ and battle-tested vet, it's been a strange season of sorts as he's surfed the entire year without a primary sponsor. With a Hall of Fame resume, anything he has left to prove is only to himself. For Jordy, after a downtrodden 2012, he's experienced a resurgence of the competitive fire that made him one of the world's best surfers at such a young age, and seems hungrier than ever to capture that first world title. They are two very different surfers, from very different backgrounds, with the same goal — to win the Billabong Pro Tahiti, and a world title… at all costs.

Photo Credit: Jordy Smith by Jimmy Wilson

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