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Ramzi Boukhiam


  • Name: Ramzi Boukhiam
  • Date of Birth: 14/09/93
  • Hometown: Agadir, Morocco

  • Ramzi Boukhiam's surfing is loud. Like the engine of a 747. Like the front row at a heavy metal concert. He's fast and he's powerful and he makes every maneuver count. Really, it demands your attention every time his feet hit the wax. The Moroccan currently spends his days traveling the world on the QS, chasing the dream of a CT birth that is easily attainable for him.

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When Othmane Choufani and Ramzi Boukhiam were growing up in Agadir, Morocco, becoming a professional surfer was not a viable option.


There were plenty of world-class waves around — waves good enough to sculpt a champion — but nobody from Morocco had done it before. And, really, the idea of it all seemed farfetched.


Othmane and Ramzi changed that.


In their 20s now, both of them are making an impact as pros on the world scene.


Ramzi went the competitive route, hammering the QS and knocking on the CT’s door — when you watch him surf, you realize it’s just a matter of time before he cracks into the big leagues.


Meanwhile, Othmane has gotten heavy into the big wave scene. You name it, he’s charged it. Jaws. Maverick’s. Nazare. Puerto. He’s part of the new generation of big wave surfers, a cult of lunatics who’ll paddle into anything and try to do maneuvers on the wave instead of just survive it.


This edit covers their two paths. Hit play, kick back and enjoy.



Our world moves fast. It goes a million miles a minute, spinning at the speed of infinity and never slowing down. You’re here today — fully here, engaged — then you’re gone tomorrow. Onto the next one. A new coast to explore, the next swell to surf, another moment to fall in love with.

Gone Tomorrow celebrates that spirit of now.

The France edition features Mikey February, Connor O’Leary, Zeke Lau, Kanoa Igarashi, Leonardo Fioravanti, Jeremy Flores, Ramzi Boukhiam, Aritz Aranburu, Marc Lacomare, Kael Walsh, Sebastian Williams and Mikey Wright. Filmed over a two week beach break blur, it’s guaranteed to make you want to go surfing.

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One swell. Two mornings. A whole lot of waves.


A few months back, Moroccan surfer Ramzi Boukhiam eyed up the last winter swell of the season, packed his car full of boards, darted up the coast to one of his favorite spots, and indulged. As he puts it, “It was super fun and there were a couple of really good ones, but the wave gets way crazier than this.” We’ll have to wait until next winter for proof. Until then, just press play and watch Ramzi tear.



Three aspiring World Tour pro surfers Zeke Lau, Leo Fioravanti and Ramzi Boukhiam, spend a week with their coach Jake Paterson in his home town in the south west of Western Australia preparing for the 2016 qualifying tour.



This is Snake Tales. An insiders look into successes and struggles of the 2016 World Qualifying Series. Starring Quiksilver team Leonardo Fioravanti, Ezekiel Lau, Ramzi Boukhiam, Marc Lacomare and Kanoa Igarashi. Episode 2 just dropped online for your eyeballs pleasure.

Photographers shoot 1000's of frames that never get seen. It's just the way it goes. Between our soft-spot for the animated GIF and raw surf action, #SequenceSunday was born. Enjoy a few hundred frames of freesurf action from the past few days.

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Mikey Wright battled the crowds just south of the contest site.

Matt Banting getting his wildcard game face on for an audience of one.

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Local rider Marc Lacomare doing his thing on home breaks.

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Ramzi Boukhiam is all about power jams right now.

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Jeremy Flores with his patented nosepick grab in Round 1.

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Dane Reynolds being Dane.