Getxo, ES


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37 years old

1.7 m


Kepa Acero is like wine; the older he gets, the better. Stuck in contests jerseys for years, Kepa finally decided not to follow the path of other pros on cracking the ASP Top 34. And that’s exactly when we saw Kepa at his purest. Raw. Entering surf-related projects that only he was able to envision.


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Kepa Acero's reflections after his accident

An inspiring speech from a great athlete who rethink it's life and goals. The accident was at Mundaka, Spain.. A spot known for his impressive rivermouth wave. We all need to learn from him !

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Swell is Coming - INDONESIA - TEASER

2014: Teaser de notre surf trip en Indonésie (JAVA WEST)

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Swell is Coming - INDONESIA - Part II

Surf Trip en Indonésie sur l'île de JAVA.2ème partie aux alentours de Turtles et Sawarna.Nikon D5100, Gopro3, Gopro 1.

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"New Inca Surf Spot Discovery", Mockumentary by Kepa Acero

When he searched on Google Earth, Kepa Acero found a new spot next to the antic Inca city. He went to surf it!

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The Nixon Surf Challenge 2014 in association with Monster Energy, Reef and Lomography headed to the Russian Far-East, with William Aliotti (FRA) edging out 2013’s winner Vincent Duvignac (FRA) in the shadow of Kamchatka’s volcanoes to be crowned Overall Winner of the week-long, peer-judged surf contest and adventure. With decent swell all week long and somewhat changeable weather conditions, the invited surfers charged hard in the 1-1.5m waves from the outset, despite frigid water temperatures only just about hovering above the 2 to 3 degree mark. Each of the surfers also had to battle some pretty heavy jetlag after touching down on the Russian peninsula – all par for the course when you fly to the Pacific coastline of the Motherland. After a distinctly foggy start to proceedings, Day 3 saw the sun finally come out, revealing the mind-blowing scenery for the first time and showcasing Kamchatka’s famous snow-capped volcanoes in all their glory. Despite spine-chillingly cold sessions in the line-up every day, the surfers were all motivated to surf for as long as possible. For eventual winner William Aliotti, the waves of Kamchatka couldn’t have been more of a contrast to his normal daily routine. Traveling the globe for the last six months surfing some of the world’s most tropical surf spots, William surprised everyone by taking to the cold water like it was nothing. As well as clinching the Overall title, the super-consistent 21-year-old goofy-footer from the Caribbean haven of Saint Martin also captured the Best Trick award after stomping just about every aerial trick in the book. Attending riders: William Aliotti, Kepa Acero, Vincent Duvignac, Jonathan Gonzalez, Marc Lacomare, Marlon Lipke, Eric Rebière, Benjamin Sanchis, Gony Zubizarreta Filming: Falling Angels Prod (Ludovic Lasserre) / Nixon Water filming: Yannock Loussouarn Editing: Nixon Musics: "Hopes" - Louis / "Im caving in" - Leopold and the Fiction

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