A day with Huntington Beach's Teddy Navarro on the North Shore
Huntington Beach's Teddy Navarro landed on the North Shore of Oahu this week and has been seen ripping up Rocky Point, OTW, and Lani's. Navarro is out on business for all his sponsors, but also as a spokesman for the Mauli Ola Foundation, the official nonprofit of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.
We caught up with Navarro to spend a busy day with him, to see if the hardest working surfer in Orange County was indeed working.
6:30 a.m.: Navarro is out at Rocky Point with Kalani Robb.
8 a.m.: At the Mauli Ola compound at Sunset Beach, he looks over photos and reads the mags.
9:30 a.m.: Surf check, hit Rocky Point for a photo and video shoot for two hours.
12 p.m.: Head over to Jocko's Reef for a Mauli Ola North Shore surf day with kids the Mauli Ola Foundation flew over to Hawaii from all over the U.S.
2:30 p.m.: Grind at Ted's Bakery.
3:30 p.m. Surf then rest.
6 p.m.: Head to Surfer Poll Awards with the Mauli Ola Foundation.