Kelly Slater Reveals Why Australia Is His Second Home

6 May 2017 1


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Continuance: Episode 001

Kelly Slater has opened up his world, to the world. Why he loves Australia, where he keeps his World Championship trophies, why he visits Currumbin Wildlife Park every year and that time someone told him that the Gold Coast was as good as his wave pool. Oh, and yeah, he's going for another World Title this year.

This is one beautifully shot video and it will give you a fresh insight into the headspace of one of the greatest athletes of all time.

CONTINUANCE is Kelly Slater's 2017 web series – in answer to John John's 2016 series perhaps? 

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