August 4, 2021

California surfer Kolohe Andino gets ready to head to Tokyo for the Summer Games

Subsequent prevent, Tokyo.

San Clemente surfer and Staff USA member Kolohe Andino were given in some last-minute observe Tuesday sooner than heading to the Tokyo Summer time Olympic Video games for the debut of browsing.

Andino’s father, Dino Andino, a former professional surfer, and U.S. Olympic trainer Brett Simpson have been available for the educational consultation. It used to be Andino’s final observe sooner than heading to Japan on Wednesday.

Andino and John John Florence of Hawaii will make up the U.S. males’s group. Any other San Clemente surfer, Caroline Marks, and Carissa Moore of Hawaii shape the U.S. girls’s group.

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Kolohe Andino, left, poses for a photo with a young fan at Bolsa Chica State Beach.

Kolohe Andino, left, poses for a photograph with a tender fan whilst moving into some last-minute Olympic coaching at Bolsa Chica State Seashore.

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Kolohe Andino does a backside snap on a small wave at Bolsa Chica State Beach.

Kolohe Andino does a bottom snap whilst moving into some last-minute Olympic coaching at Bolsa Chica State Seashore.

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Team U.S.A. coach Brett Simpson congratulates Kolohe Andino on a good training session at Bolsa Chica State Beach.

Staff U.S.A. trainer Brett Simpson, middle, congratulates Kolohe Andino on a excellent coaching consultation at Bolsa Chica State Seashore. Andino’s father, Dino Andino, is seated at the left.

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Kolohe Andino, left, paddles out at Bolsa Chica State Beach in Huntington Beach.

Kolohe Andino, left, paddles out all the way through last-minute coaching consultation at Bolsa Chica State Seashore in Huntington Seashore.

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Kolohe Andino, from left, talks to Brett Simpson and Dino Andino at Bolsa Chica State Beach.

Surfer Kolohe Andino, from left, talks to his U.S. Olympic trainer, Brett Simpson, and his father, Dino Andino, at Bolsa Chica State Seashore.

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