I am a terrible surfer. But the lifestyle is so damn appealing. I wanted to meet someone on the competitive side and learn from one of the best. A surfer first and model second, I was introduced to Anastasia and spent a week with her as she...... Read Full Episode Summary »
In these exclusive clips from the latest episode of 'World Of Jenks,' Anastasia helps Jenks get fitted in a wetsuit and talks about her numerous magazine covers.
**Episode available on Amazon Prime** Jenks hits the California coastline to live with bad-girl surfer Anastasia as she prepares for the U.S. Open.
On the next episode of 'World Of Jenks,' Anastasia takes Jenks out on the waves for an overwhelmingly difficult surfing lesson.
I am a terrible surfer. But the lifestyle is so damn appealing. I wanted to meet someone on the competitive side and learn from one of the best. A surfer first and model second, I was introduced to Anastasia and spent a week with her as she prepared to compete in one of the biggest competitions of the year: the U.S. Open. As a model, she has to fight for respect with the other surfers and every time on the water is a make or break opportunity to prove that she deserves to be there. This sport is a lot more intense than catching waves and hanging on the beach.
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