CARLSBAD, California/USA (Tuesday, January 4, 2011) – Gold Coast talent Josh Kerr (AUS), 27, is without question one of the most progressive surfing minds on the planet. As adept above the lip as he is in throttling tubes, Kerr is gearing up to unleash his advanced skill-set on the elite ranks of the ASP World Tour for a third time. Now that’s he’s currently calling Carlsbad, California home base, local publication Transworld SURF caught up with Kerrzy to catch up on his previous years on the ASP World Tour and what he’s expecting in 2011. This… is their story…
Without a doubt, Josh Kerr is one of the most exciting surfers in the world to watch at work. Hard charging and an undisputed master of progressive surfing, Kerr has once again qualified for the ASP World Tour—his third go at the big leagues. Temporarily relocated to Carlsbad, California, we caught up with Kerrzy as he got ready for the 2011 World Tour at an undisclosed North County reef.
TransWorld SURF: When did you first qualify for the then WCT?
Josh Kerr: 2007 was my first year on tour.
Was that the year you had that amazing heat against Mick Fanning at firing Snapper Rocks?
Check out Kerr’s full interview on Transworld SURF