Callum Robson Prepared for Pipe After Bout with COVID
Final December, Callum Robson was targeted on advancing to no less than the quarterfinals of the WSL Challenger Collection. Callum was competing at Haleiwa on the north shore of Hawaii trying to earn a spot on the World Surf League Championship tour for 2022. After advancing to the semi-finals, the 21-year-old superior to the “large present” in grand model.
Issues don’t all the time go easily, nevertheless, as Robson just lately confirmed he examined constructive for COVID. After chasing down waves at Kirra throughout cyclone Seth, Robson observed how run down his physique was. Robson famous the way it hit him bard as a result of his physique was additionally very drained from the extraordinary quantity of browsing he’s carried out.
Whereas Robson clearly didn’t wish to be struck with COVID, he’s conserving a constructive outlook on the scenario. If he was to get COVID, he would a lot moderately it come now that instantly previous to the Pipe Masters, which might be held in Hawaii on January 29.
Arriving in Hawaii two weeks previous to the beginning of the occasion, Robson has two weeks to arrange for his CT occasion. Robson took down Conner Coffin and John Florence throughout his qualification stage in Haleiwa and is definitely wanting ahead to go toe-to-toe with the perfect CT surfers. Robson is aware of that robust performances towards the perfect CT surfers will make him a family title. Whereas respecting the perfect, Robson doesn’t put them on a pedestal, figuring out they are often defeated similar to anybody else.
Getting COVID isn’t an amazing factor, however in the long run it could transform an enormous constructive for Robson, who now could be creating a little bit of pure immunity towards the large spreading Omicron variant. This will solely assist him down the street, which is certain to be lengthy and rewarding for the up-and-coming star from Australia.