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WSL’s Top Female Surfers Enjoy Kelly Slaters Surf Ranch

WSL’s top female surfers have a lot to be thankful for…

Several of the WSL’s top female surfers Coco Ho, Malia Manuel, Sage Erickson and Lakey Peterson were recently invited by Kelly Slater, the World Surf League (WSL) and his team at KS Wave Co to enjoy a day at the Surf Ranch in Lemoore, California.

Kelly Slater Wave Company’s first full scale prototype and dedicated man-made wave research facility has quickly become the world’s most iconic and well known surf pool in the world. That said, it’s certainly not a surf park and not a facility most mere mortals will have the chance to enjoy in this lifetime. Unless you happen to be one of Kelly Slater’s best friends, an up and coming surfing superstar or surf legend the likes of Tom Curren or Endless Summer star Robert ‘Wingnut’ Weaver.

WSL's Top Female Surfers | KS Wave Co Video Release | Surf Park Central

Malia Manuel locked into the first wave (and barrel) of the day at KS Wave Co’s Surf Ranch. Photo: Todd Glaser & Aether Films

Fortunately for these ladies, they happen to be at the peak of their professional surfing careers with all of them ranked in the top 20 female surfers of the WSL Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Tom Riddle

    December 7, 2016 at 8:44 pm

    WOW! I want one of these wave machines, maybe when I get to Heaven? I am 58 years old and at age 13 I learned to surf at the Seal Beach jetty. From there I moved up to the Huntington Beach cliffs. My first surfboard was a Steve Walden “Wave Board,” my best all time board was a custom built Infinity! My all time favorite surf spots were San Onofre, Trestles, Uppers, Lowers & Cottons. My wife and I moved to Bozeman, MT in 86’, to this day I still miss surfing!! O well, maybe in Heaven? Keep up the good work and pump them up a couple of more feet! Thx, Tom

  2. Wayne D. Roten

    December 8, 2016 at 6:46 pm

    I think this wonderful invention is so cool, it could change the world. Can you see little Middle Eastern kids learning to surf, instead of wasting their time with this whole “Death to the Infidels” baloney? Surfing naturally brings about a change in the human soul for the better. It’s healthy for the body and spirit. I hope these will soon be in every 3rd World Country and not just some secret elitist surfer list.

  3. MARVIN-

    December 9, 2016 at 1:01 am

    SWEET! DO IT AGAIN.KELLY UR THE KING OF SURFING,I CANT WAIT FOR MY TURN,IN YOUR BARREL

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