Aaron Cormican smokes the field at the LandShark Spring Surfari Pro which was held to honor the 30th anniversary of the Smyrna Surfari Club, one of the oldest surf clubs in America. Filled with plenty of T-n-A and good small wave surfing, the clip summarizes New Smyrna perfectly.
Leave it to …Lost to do a bikini contest on top of an RV.
Here’s a bit from the local fishwrap:
As reported on www.three8six.com
It was victory for a hometown hero, triumph for an entire community and vindication for this surf city's alpha dogs, “the gruelers.”
Officially, the LandShark Spring Surfari Pro held April 1-5 was a celebration for the 30th anniversary of the Smyrna Surfari Club, one of the oldest surf clubs in America.
It also marked pro surfing's return to New Smyrna Beach after 20 years. Despite owning the most consistent and often best wave on the East Coast, this city watched and waited all that time as events passed on them again and again. Then at the LandShark, the volcano erupted.
A helicopter hovered over the lineup with “Eastern Surf Magazine” photographers on board.
An RV with a blow-up pool full of calendar girls and a DJ on the roof was sent by Lost Enterprises – think of a surfing brand channeling John Belushi…