Directed by Katie Walsh. With Bethany Hamilton, Rochelle Ballard, Brianna Cope. Follow surfer, Brianna Cope, as she attempts to make the Women's Championship Tour while coming to terms with a physical challenge that has shaped her life.
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- October 03, 2019
- Katie Walsh
Katie Walsh is raising funds for Surfing to Cope: an independent film about Brianna Cope on Kickstarter! Follow Brianna Cope as she attempts to make the WCT while coming to terms with a physical challenge that has shaped her life.
- 4 min
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