Who is Adam Lewis? - Point-7 has released this short movie explaining exactly wh


02.04.12 - by: Ed Sinclair

Who is Adam Lewis?

Point-7 has released this short movie explaining exactly who is this talented wave rider.

British wave sailor Adam Lewis (Quatro / Point-7) blew the judges away in 2011 on the PWA world tour with two standout performances in Tenerife and Klitmoller. His super-powerful and aggressive style aloud him to plough his way past the competition in a number of heats.

Since then he has received a lot of media attention, but who exactly is Adam Lewis? Point-7 hope to answer that question with their latest movie.

Lewis is based on the island of Tenerife, where he has been training hard for the 2012 season, where he hopes to break into the top ten, alongside developing the wave sails with the Point-7 team.

To find out more about Adam Lewis click ' target='_blank'>HERE to watch the movie.


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