27 Nov 2005 11:25:58
Jan Schaumann
NYT: Interview with John John Florence

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``John John Florence, 13, became the youngest competitor in the Triple
Crown of Surfing this month. Performing against top professionals,
Florence, a 4-foot-11, 90-pound eighth grader, advanced to the second
round of the Pro Hawaii at Haleiwa, the first leg, before he was
eliminated.''

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/27/sports/othersports/27surfer.html

``When I was 5, I started surfing Pipe.''


-Jan

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27 Nov 2005 21:30:12
george_of_the_bush
Re: NYT: Interview with John John Florence

On Sun, 27 Nov 2005 11:25:58 -0600, Jan Schaumann
<[email protected] > wrote:

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>``John John Florence, 13, became the youngest competitor in the Triple
>Crown of Surfing this month. Performing against top professionals,
>Florence, a 4-foot-11, 90-pound eighth grader, advanced to the second
>round of the Pro Hawaii at Haleiwa, the first leg, before he was
>eliminated.''
>
>http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/27/sports/othersports/27surfer.html
>
>``When I was 5, I started surfing Pipe.''
>
>
"Q. Why do you think you've become so good?

A. I know it's because of my mom. She's always pushing me, telling me
where to go surf. She brings me places where the waves are good, and
to contests. She inspires me, like when she goes out and charges big
Pipe. When I see her out there, I'm, like: Whoa, my mom's out there. I
got to go surf."

Mom is hot.

_g