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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF TOMSERVAISJR
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 4.60%. The average number of likes per post is 978 and the average number of comments is 34.
32.67% of the followers that engaged with tomservaisjr regularly are from United States, followed by Australia at 7.92% and Japan at 5.94%. In summary, the top 5 countries of tomservaisjr's posts engager are coming from United States, Australia, Japan, Fiji, Nicaragua.
Tomservaisjr loves posting about Nature & Outdoors, Travel, Photography, Architecture.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR TOMSERVAISJR
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF TOMSERVAISJR
- United States 32.67 %
- Australia 7.92 %
- Japan 5.94 %
- Fiji 4.95 %
- Nicaragua 3.96 %
Tavarua Rights, May 2002, (L-R)Kalani Robb, Shane Dorian, Taylor Knox, Kelly Slater, and not pictured, Rob Machado. It was the last day of the Fiji Pro and these guys had lost the previous day and did a little too much commiserating the night before. Between that and the mid-day scorching, no-wind heat, they took cover behind their boards waiting for the long interval sets. It was the best Tavi Rights they had ever surfed. And just around the corner, the contest ran the finals in 4' onshore Restaurants, while these guys absolutely scored. With an island full of contestants and WSL crew who had no idea what they were missing. Below sea-level take-offs, many resulting in pitched-over-the-falls or pulling back. But absolutely perfect glassy tubes. The fact that the whole island was oblivious to what was going on, made it that much sweeter.
Cloudbreak, 20'+, 1998. At this size, no rules needed to self-isolate. Happy Earth Day. The earth is finally getting a much deserved rest from all we do to poison it. So much going on and not going on at the same time. A time to learn. And a time to help. Jeff and Melissa Booth (@brookstreetsurfer, @melissamartinezbooth) are trying to help their community and others by starting up a new site (@4societee) and partnering up with @wavesforwater. Please give them a follow and donate/purchase and help other people if you can. Hoping we learn as much as we are sacrificing. @4societee Is making a t-shirt featuring this photo that you can purchase and help others at the same time. And HUGE THANKS to all the #firstresponders!
Kai Lenny, Pe'ahi (Jaws), Maui, 2014. Practicing for a little self-isolation. Something we all should be doing nowadays. Kai is one of the very best big wave watermen in the world. And after his Nazare performance, quite possibly the best tow-surfer ever, has anyone EVER done 360 airs while dropping into the biggest waves on earth?!! Please stay safe and follow precautions, better to over-react than not do enough. Time heals most everything, so let's learn a few things while we hope this time passes quickly.
Mark Healey, Pipeline, Nov 24, 2019. Looking for a little light at the end of the tunnel, just like the rest of us right now. Preparedness, positivity and follow precautions, just like Mark has done for waves like this. Not sure if he made this, but we'll all be fine since we'll all come together and follow all the precautions given us. And respect each other. Peace and Love will go a long ways now.
Joel Tudor, WindanSea, Aug '96. Gotta love this, at 43 years of age, and after not competing for 16 years, Joel just won the Noosa Longboard Open. He quit competing because he didn't think the current trend and judging rewarding surfing longboards like a short board was right. Thus he started the traditional longboard comp with Vans, called the Duct Tape series. Single fin logs only. Now that the WSL has started judging their longboard tour rewarding old school traditional maneuvers, he decided to compete again. Now rumor has it that he's going to go for a third World Title! Go Joel go!!!!
Bob Cooper, 1937-2020, passed a couple of days ago. The original bearded surf beatnik from Santa Monica and known for being freethinking and a bit eccentric. He started surfing at Malibu in '52 at 15. In '69 he moved to Australia where he spent the rest of his life and raised his family, which was the most important thing in his life. He surfed 6 days a week and went to church on Sunday's. He had his priorities in the right order. A very moral and honest man. Rest in Peace, Bob.
Rob Machado, Cloudbreak, June 2009. Riding an alaia on a trip with Gerry Lopez (@gerrylopezsurfboards) and #davidrastovich. Check out the new @surfersjournal, great story by @nathan_myers about the making of 'The Drifter' movie. Following Rob (one of the most stylish surfers EVER) thru Indonesia and some personal struggles, we all have them. . . #surfing #ocean #travel #custom prints
Davey Miller, Pipeline, Nov '98. Ventura local/North Shore transplant who was a regular at Pipe from the early '80s into the late '90s, living the dream. He's now back in Ventura playing jazz and doing artwork. #customprints available.
Happy Birthday Sunny! Surfing the Pipe Masters and Backdoor were two of his favorite things in a career filled with extraordinary achievements. #hawaiian #worldchampionsurfer2000
Kelly Slater, Dec 11, 2019 Pipeline Masters. As usual, when the waves get real, the GOAT comes alive. Still at the top of his game and proving that he still is one of the very best surfers (if not the best) in the world. Currently Number 10 in the WSL ranking and moving up. Ok, maybe not in small surf, but do you care who surfs the best in small waves? Did you see the turn he did in the Hawaiian Pro at Haleiwa a couple of weeks ago, or the Perfect 10 he got yesterday at the Pipe Masters. If the WSL had a minimum wave height of 6 feet for all the contests, Kelly would very likely win another World Title. No need to mention stats. Shine on Kelly and keep entertaining us!
Derek Ho, Nov 24, 2019. Unbelievable how good Mike and Derek are still surfing. Not holding back at all and still getting some of the best waves on the best days at Pipe. Here Derek is fully committed to a very late drop, a second later his board flipped under his feet resulting in what looked like a heavy wipeout. That's the other thing, taking those wipeouts is part of the game, and to take those knocks at their age is another sign of how good they are. 6 Triple Crown Titles between them, arguably the most challenging title to win in the heaviest conditions. Hats off to two of the best surfers the North Shore has ever produced!
Malik Joyeux, 1980-2005. Been 14 years since we last saw this infectious smile, Malik was everything that embodies the Aloha Spirit. If you ever met Malik, you saw this smile. It was a constant. And he surfed with the same happiness. Thanks for all the Aloha, Malik, you'll be forever missed.
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