Kelly Slater Dives Deep Into Retirement and Career Milestones

“It’s not necessarily the wave I want to end on,” he said of Main Break after his loss to Colapinto. “I have put in for a wildcard for Fiji, so we’ll see how that goes. It is what it is, everything comes to an end. If you don’t adapt, you don’t survive and my motivation just hasn’t quite been there to really put in that 100 percent that everyone’s doing.”

From a fan’s perspective, that seems like an ideal situation. Although he hasn’t been performing the way he used to, he’s still a serious threat in big, barreling waves, like Pipeline or Teahupoo. Given his past performances, it’s clear that he’s still got what it takes in waves of consequence. Just a few years ago, he won his eighth Pipeline Title in firing conditions. It was exciting to see and an emotional win for Kelly, but when the waves are lackluster, it’s tough to see him struggling against surfers who weren’t even born when he won his first world title in 1992. 바카라

It does seem likely that this isn’t the last time we’ll see him don the jersey, but as is always the case with Kelly, he’s the one making his own decisions. Whatever the case may be, surfing wouldn’t be what it is today without him, and his legacy will stand whether he chooses to compete or not. 슬롯머신

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