SYDNEY, New South Wales/Australia (Tuesday, July 13, 2010) - Jeremy Flores (FRA), 22, is already into his fourth season amongst the world’s elite and Europe’s greatest chance at the ASP World Title has struggled to replicate the dominant form seen in his junior career and the (former) ASP World Qualifying Series. Currently Ranked No. 20 on the ASP World Title Race rankings, Flore will look to perform at the upcoming events and STAB Magazine caught up with the French natural-footer to pick his brain on Jeffreys Bay. This…is their story…
What is the most important thing to get right when surfing J-Bay?
Experience pays at J- Bay. I feel better each year. The first year I was feeling so lost ’cause the waves aren’t that perfect. There are some crazy sections with barrels, big carving ramps but you need to read the wave really well. Many times I made the mistake of doing too much of a bottom turn and losing the best part of the wave. But this year who knows. Maybe just one big air on one part of the wave could give you the score. Except if there’s barrels, then it will be another story.
What have you been working on that’s gonna get you the scores at J-Bay?
Well, obviously airs are getting you the big scores these days so I have…
For full interview, check out ‘The Tribulation of Jeffreys Bay’ by STAB
For more on Jeremy Flores, check out his ASP WORLD TOUR PROFILE
Watch Jeremy and the rest of the ASP Top 45 do battle LIVE at the BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY