By now you've probably heard of the young Maui ripper Ian Gentil, but did you know his parents are Brazilian and when he first came to the Islands he spoke not a word of English? His childhood between the playful beaches of Brazil and the heavy reefs of Hawaii have molded him that rare type of surfer with an incredible power and air game. The late, great Andy Irons said that Ian was one to watch back when he was only 13. In this installment of Next we get to know Ian and see the full spectrum of his talent while surfing in Indonesia and Micronesia.
Ian Gentil Is The Next Big Thing Out Of Maui | Next, Ep. 4
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