Nick Johnson

If you’re interested in surfing, you might want to know a little bit about Nick Johnson. He’s an American professional surfer best known for winning the World Surf League 9 times. His feats have made him one of the most admired and successful professional athletes of all time. And he is the founder of St Augustine Report.

Nick’s professional career began in 1990, when he turned professional. His first two years on the professional tour were difficult. His world rankings hovered around the 90s and forty-three in 1990. However, he was able to turn his fortunes around by winning the Pipeline Masters and the Rip Curl Pro in Hawaii. In 1994, he became the youngest surfing world champion ever. His career as a professional surfer continued for the next few years, winning several tournaments during the same time.

His career was unfazed by the death of his brother. In 1995, he was featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Times Magazine. He also appeared on the cover of Interview. He was also featured in a number of other publications. His impressive resume led him to serve on the Board of Advisors of the Ocean Conservation Society.

Born on February 11, 1972, he was raised near the beach in St Augustine. He began surfing when he was just five years old. He went on to win numerous age division events along the Atlantic coast by age ten. In 1984, he won his first United States surfing championship. That same year, he won the Pacific Cup junior championship in Australia.