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Jules looking comfortable in the yellow jersey as he slides through another North Point drainer. At 6'0" / 80kg, he went with a slight step up FMNII round pin, 6'3" x 18 3/4" x 2 7/16" x 29.3L. Photo Ryan Miller



One of the best series in surfing at the moment is STAB and RedBull's No Contest, which gives us all a candid look behind the scenes at each CT stop. For Margaret River, "sharks and slabs" sums it up perfectly. Along with great white sightings and tonnes of 4WDs, there's plenty of A+ free surfing to go along. Clip by Jacob Wooden & Dylan Roberts 



With plenty of big ramps on offer, J-Dub went with a favourite shortboard from his Snapper-winning batch to boost all over the North Point end section. Air 17 - 6'0" x 18 3/4" x 2 3/8" x 28.2L. Photo Trevor Moran.



Weapon of choice. Photo Trevor Moran



Even though the event was cut short, Parko managed to get thoroughly tubed before, during and after his heats. A lot more water above than below, at The Box. Photo Ryan Miller


Joel, lining up another one in between wine tours. Even with all the shark hysteria, he's one of many on the CT that'll jump at the chance to be back in West Aus. Photo Ryan Miller



Mikey showed plenty of commitment every time he hit the water in the southwest to continue his roll as the most successful wildcard of the year so far. Way up, at North Point. Photo Trevor Moran



On rail in the warm-ups. At 6'1" / 79kg, he rides a 6'0" x 19" x 2 7/16" x 28.5L Monsta 8. Photo Trevor Moran



Owen, matching power with power. Photo Trevor Moran



Whether it's huge walls at Main Break, short & sharp slabs at The Box, or freight trains at North Point, O loves it all. After a solid quarter final finish on the Gold Coast, we adjusted his dims slightly to be even more responsive for Bells and Margies. Now, his go-to FMNII is 6'3" x 18 7/8" x 2 3/8" x 28.8L (he's 6'3" / 78kg). Photo Trevor Moran



While almost everyone else was scrambling to book flights home as soon as the event was cancelled, O and Mikey hit the road north to chase waves and explore more of the wild west. Photo Ryan Miller



Ace looking as sharp as ever on his backhand. Photo Trevor Moran

With most of the waves around Margaret River having good shape and plenty of power, Ace's board of choice was a FMNII round pin, 6'0" x 18 5/8" x 2 3/8" x 26.7L (he's 5'9" / 73kg). Photo Trevor Moran

Our supergrom Caleb, along for the ride in WA to pick up everything he can from the world's best. Photo Ryan Miller

Throwing down on golden hour. At 5'7" / 55kg, he rides a 5'7 1/2" x 17 7/8" x 2 1/8" x 22.5L Monsta 8. Photo Ryan Miller

Sal, the defending women's champ in Margaret River, looking more comfortable than most in the southwest. Photo Trevor Moran

While 2017's conditions saw Sal go to some of the biggest step-ups in her quiver, this year, it was mostly shortboards at fun sized Main Break. Monsta 8 - 5'7" x 18 1/4" x 2 1/4" x 23.6L (she's 5'7" / 62kg). Photo Trevor Moran

If anyone's used to cold, powerful righthand walls, it's Fred. Photo Ryan Miller.

Similar to Joel, the Portuguese prince's go-to is a Monsta 8 - 6'0" x 18 7/8" x 2 3/8" x 28.2L (he's 6'1" / 81kg). Photo Ryan Miller

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