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Sunday, August 1, 2010 10:15pm
Luke Davis has been really putting the iron to the NSSA as of late. He is racking up an enormous trophy collection with a lot with 1st place stamps on them. His surfing is extremely polished for a young kid of a 13 years old. He is naturally rambunctious on land but once you get the jersey on his back it's all business.
He weighs less than eighty pounds and stands in at at 5'1" but don't let that fool you. Because once that horn sirens he becomes a surf machine and competitive animal ready to take out unsuspecting victims with out a blinking of an eye. The kid has serious game and will only get better with more experience.
Luke's appetite for charging bigger surf has been growing and he has racked up four trips already to the North Shore. He clocked in more hours this winter surfing Eukai, Velzyland, and Laniekea than a WQS surfer trying to qualify for the WCT. The kid spends half his waking life in the water because he just loves to surf and it is evident with every slash, tailslide, and carve. In short, he has purpose with his surfing. He loves to travel and surf new spots and has been on the road with filmmaker Brian Jennings that has brought him to South Africa, Fiji, Indonesia and Australia and his surfing has gotten stronger exponentially.