What eventuated was a week of training at Hurley's High Performance Centre (HPC), skateboarding, football (a conglomeration of various international disciplines), surfing and ice cream. The groms were exercised, stretched, and set free on an intimidatingly high skate ramp complete an with airbag landing pad at the centre. Frequented by the likes of Bede Durbidge, Julian Wilson and Adam Melling, it's a warehouse full of everything one would need to extend, from fitness to aerial rotation. The surf coaches of the Hurley Surf Club pointed lenses seaward while the teens were whipped into the punchy ramps of Cabarita, not that they needed any assistance in getting above the lip. Later during the video analysis they were schooled on leading twists with the eyes and crushing their tailpads. However, when Bronson Meidy stuck an impossible landing it was the coaches asking the questions.