What kind of environment cultivates a surfing champion? When Caroline Marks was a little kid she was a barrel racer (rodeo event) not a barrel rider. The Floridian goofy-footer didn’t really get into surfing until she was ten, but by the time she was 15 she’d qualified for the world tour and was ready to slay surfing giants with her lethal backhand.

This quirky mini-doc, narrated by Caroline’s older brother Luke, delivers an insight into the formative events in her apple-pie American childhood. It’s snappy and entertaining viewing and will deliver some understanding of how Caroline became a highly confident, ultra-competitive figure at such a young age.