Rusty Keaulana

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Rusty Keaulana
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Personal information
Born(1966-03-06) 6 March 1966 (ageĀ 46)
Oahu, Hawaii
Height6'0"
Weight190 lbs
Surfing career
Best yearRanked 1st on the ASP World Tour, 1993, '94 and '95
Major achievementsASP World Champion in 1993, '94 and '95
Surfing specifications
Stancegoofy-foot, but can switch-foot
 
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Rusty Keaulana
Icone surf portail fr.png
Personal information
Born(1966-03-06) 6 March 1966 (ageĀ 46)
Oahu, Hawaii
Height6'0"
Weight190 lbs
Surfing career
Best yearRanked 1st on the ASP World Tour, 1993, '94 and '95
Major achievementsASP World Champion in 1993, '94 and '95
Surfing specifications
Stancegoofy-foot, but can switch-foot

Russ 'Rusty' Keaulana (born in 1966 on Oahu, Hawaii) is an American professional longboard surfrider

Rusty is the son of legendary Hawaiian waterman Richard "Buffalo Keaulana. He won 3 Asp World Longboard Tours in a row in 1993, '94 and '95. In 2010, he entered as a wildcard in a ASP world tour event in Makaha and charged to the Semifinals. His brother Brian Keaulana was also a notable surfer.[1][2][3]

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