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Quik Pro Round 3 Results

Posted by: on March 10th, 2009

 

 

Jordy Smith (ZAF), 21, 2009 ASP Dream Tour sophomore, exploded in his Round 3 heat.

Jordy Smith (ZAF), 21, 2009 ASP Dream Tour sophomore, exploded in his Round 3 heat.

 

 

SNAPPER ROCKS, Australia — The Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast presented by LG Mobile completed the remaining eight heats of Round 3 today in three-to-four foot (1 metre) waves at Snapper Rocks, and ASP Dream Tour sophomores Jordy Smith (ZAF), 21, and Dane Reynolds (USA), 23, dominated the day’s proceedings.

 

The opening event of the 2009 ASP World Tour, the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast saw the ASP Top 45 light up the rippable banks of Snapper Rocks, and with reigning nine-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater (USA), 37, out of competition, the remaining surfers in the event took full advantage.

 

Smith, current ASP World No. 26, survived a hard-fought battle against veteran Taylor Knox (USA), 37, posting the day’s high heat total of a 16.47 out of a possible 20 for his progressive-yet-controlled surfing in Round 3 of the Quiksilver Pro..

 

“Taylor (Knox) is such a great surfer,” Smith said. “If he gets any opportunity, just like we saw on his last wave, he can turn it into a good score. He always surfs really well at Snapper so I was trying to surf a smart heat and find some good waves.”

 

Smith will face current ASP World No. 2 Bede Durbidge (AUS), 25, in Round 4 when competition resumes.

 

Reynolds, who scored the first perfect 10 of the 2009 ASP World Tour season in his Round 2 heat, maintained his command of the Snapper Rocks lineup today, putting in an explosive performance to eliminate Roy Powers (HAW), 28, from Quiksilver Pro competition.

 

“It’s an awesome wave here at Snapper Rocks,” Reynolds said. “I’m stoked to be able to get out there and let loose on a couple. I try to just go out there and surf as if I was surfing my favorite break at home.”

 

Reynolds continues to push the limits of high-performance surfing, effortlessly executing tail-drifts and aerial maneuvers to net the highest single-wave score of the day, a near-perfect 9.40 out of a possible 10.

 

“I try not to think about it until I am out there on a wave,” Reynolds said. ‘Then you get that killer instinct and you really want to tear it up and do whatever you can.”

 

The Californian will come up against iconic veteran Taj Burrow (AUS), 30, in Round 4 when competition resumes.

 

When the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast competition recommences, Round 4 will open up with former ASP World Champion C.J. Hobgood (USA), 29, up against ASP Dream Tour sophomore Jihad Khodr (BRA), 25.

 

Highlights from today’s Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast will be available via www.quiksilverpro.com.au

 

For more information, log onto www.aspworldtour.com

 

 

QUIKSILVER PRO GOLD COAST ROUND 4 MATCH-UPS:

Heat 1: C.J. Hobgood (USA) vs. Jihad Khodr (BRA)

Heat 2: Chris Davidson (AUS) vs. Joel Parkinson (AUS)

Heat 3: Mick Fanning (AUS) vs. Jeremy Flores (FRA)

Heat 4: Damien Hobgood (USA) vs. Julian Wilson (AUS)

Heat 5: Bede Durbidge (AUS) vs. Jordy Smith (ZAF)

Heat 6: Adriano de Souza (FRA) vs. Fredrick Patacchia (HAW)

Heat 7: Taj Burrow (AUS) vs. Dane Reynolds (USA)

Heat 8: Adrian Buchan (AUS) vs. Tom Whitaker (AUS)

 

QUIKSILVER PRO GOLD COAST ROUND 3 RESULTS:
Heat 1:
 C.J. Hobgood (USA) 16.50 def. Dustin Barca (HAW) 6.50

Heat 2: Jihad Khodr (BRA) 18.26 def. Kieren Perrow (AUS) 16.30

Heat 3: Chris Davidson (AUS) 13.67 def. Dayyan Neve (AUS) 8.27

Heat 4: Joel Parkinson (AUS) 18.50 def. Tiago Pires (PRT) 14.50

Heat 5: Mick Fanning (AUS) 18.10 def. Kekoa Bacalso (HAW) 14.50

Heat 6: Jeremy Flores (FRA) 12.83 def. Nic Muscroft (AUS) 11.07

Heat 7: Damien Hobgood (AUS) 14.34 def. Heitor Alves (BRA) 9.00

Heat 8: Julian Wilson (AUS) 15.33 def. Kelly Slater (USA) 13.84

Heat 9: Bede Durbidge (AUS) 14.34 def. Jay Thompson (AUS) 12.70

Heat 10: Jordy Smith (ZAF) 16.47 def. Taylor Knox (USA) 14.17

Heat 11: Adriano de Souza (BRA) 12.16 def. Greg Emslie (ZAF) 10.46

Heat 12: Fredrick Patacchia (HAW) 11.70 def. Josh Kerr (AUS) 10.00

Heat 13: Taj Burrow (AUS) 13.74 def. Drew Courtney (AUS) 11.16

Heat 14: Dane Reynolds (USA) 15.23 def. Roy Powers (HAW) 13.87

Heat 15: Adrian Buchan (AUS) 14.10 def. Tim Boal (FRA) 10.40

Heat 16: Tom Whitaker (AUS) 11.33 def. David Weare (ZAF) 11.16

Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast pres. by LG Mobile

 

Roxy Pro Gold Coast pres. by LG Mobile

Stop No. 1 of 10 on the 2009 ASP World Tour

Stop No. 1 of 8 on the 2009 ASP Women’s World Tour

Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

February 28 – March 11, 2009

Slater Eliminated In Round 3 of Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast

Posted by: on March 9th, 2009

 

Julian Wilson (AUS), 20, caused the upset of the season, ousting reigning nine-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater (USA), 37, from Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast competition in Round 3.

Julian Wilson (AUS), 20, caused the upset of the season, ousting reigning nine-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater (USA), 37, from Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast competition in Round 3.

 

 

Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast pres. by LG Mobile 

Roxy Pro Gold Coast pres. by LG Mobile

Stop No. 1 of 10 on the 2009 ASP World Tour

Stop No. 1 of 8 on the 2009 ASP Women’s World Tour

Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

February 28 – March 11, 2009

SNAPPER ROCKS, Australia (Sunday, March 8, 2009) – The first eight heats of Round 3 of the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast presented by LG Mobile were completed today in three-foot (1 metre) waves at Snapper Rocks, and wildcard Julian Wilson (AUS), 20, caused the upset of the season in eliminating reigning nine-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater (USA), 37, from competition.

 

The opening event of the 2009 ASP World Tour season, the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast commenced Round 3 action this afternoon following the completion of the Roxy Pro Gold Coast this morning, won by reigning two-time ASP Women’s World Champion Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 21.

 

Wilson, who is surfing in his third Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast as a wildcard, wasted no time in taking it to Slater in the last heat of the day, racking up a 6.83 out of a possible 10 to open up before sealing the deal with an 8.50 out of a possible 10.

 

“I’m over the moon right now,” Wilson said. “I was so nervous before that heat just thinking about what I could do to beat Kelly [Slater]. For so long, he has been unstoppable. I started the heat on the inside and got the first wave, which is what I wanted to do. It feels so good to beat him.”

 

Slater, who was riding an unconventional board that was shorter and wider than his usual equipment, never found a rhythm in the tricky afternoon conditions, and despite some mind-blowing, singular maneuvers, was never able to link together a complete wave.

 

“The waves I got were bad,” Slater said. “I surfed alright on one wave and I am frustrated obviously, but I would have had the same result with the best board of my life so it definitely wasn’t the equipment thing. A lot people want to put it down on that, but I am excited about my boards and I have a lot more fun riding these boards.”

 

While Wilson certainly held the most dramatic heat of the day, fellow Australians and Coolangatta kids Joel Parkinson (AUS), 27, and Mick Fanning (AUS), 27, shined at their home break, posting some of the highest scores of the season.

 

Parkinson, current ASP World No. 4 and former winner of the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast (2002), posted the highest heat total of the day, and 18.50 out of a possible 20, for his unparalleled command of the Snapper Rocks lineup.

 

“I had that really positive vibe,” Parkinson said. “It’s so good to be surfing back at Snapper. I like this wave so much more and I think it shows in my performance.”

 

The stylish natural-footer was in particularly lethal form in his Round 3 heat, given that he was up against dangerous ASP Dream Tour sophomore Tiago Pires (PRT), 28.

 

“I always think a new year resets itself and everything starts fresh again,” Parkinson said. “Tiago (Pires) was honestly one of the most under-rated surfers last year. Hopefully he can get some strides and get some momentum for the rest of the year.”

 

Fanning, former ASP World Champion and two-time past winner of the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast (2005, 2007), was another to decimate Snapper Rocks this afternoon, posting an excellent 18.10 out of a possible 20 to eliminate 2009 ASP World Tour rookie Kekoa Bacalso (HAW), 23.

 

When Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast Round 3 action recommences, up first will be current ASP World No. 2 Bede Durbidge (AUS), 25, against replacement surfer Jay Thompson (AUS), 25.

 

Event organizers will reconvene tomorrow at 6am for a possible 7am start.

 

Highlights from today’s Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast action are available via www.quiksilverpro.com.au

 

For more information, log onto www.aspworldtour.com

 

QUIKSILVER PRO GOLD COAST ROUND 3 RESULTS:
Heat 1:
 C.J. Hobgood (USA) 16.50 def. Dustin Barca (HAW) 6.50

Heat 2: Jihad Khodr (BRA) 18.26 def. Kieren Perrow (AUS) 16.30

Heat 3: Chris Davidson (AUS) 13.67 def. Dayyan Neve (AUS) 8.27

Heat 4: Joel Parkinson (AUS) 18.50 def. Tiago Pires (PRT) 14.50

Heat 5: Mick Fanning (AUS) 18.10 def. Kekoa Bacalso (HAW) 14.50

Heat 6: Jeremy Flores (FRA) 12.83 def. Nic Muscroft (AUS) 11.07

Heat 7: Damien Hobgood (AUS) 14.34 def. Heitor Alves (BRA) 9.00

Heat 8: Julian Wilson (AUS) 15.33 def. Kelly Slater (USA) 13.84

 

REMAINING QUIKSILVER PRO GOLD COAST ROUND 3 MATCH-UPS:

Heat 9: Bede Durbidge (AUS) vs. Jay Thompson (AUS)

Heat 10: Taylor Knox (USA) vs. Jordy Smith (ZAF)

Heat 11: Adriano de Souza (BRA) vs. Greg Emslie (ZAF)

Heat 12: Fredrick Patacchia (HAW) vs. Josh Kerr (AUS)

Heat 13: Taj Burrow (AUS) vs. Drew Courtney (AUS)

Heat 14: Dane Reynolds (USA) vs. Roy Powers (HAW0

Heat 15: Adrian Buchan (AUS) vs. Tim Boal (FRA)

Heat 16: Tom Whitaker (AUS) vs. David Weare (ZAF)

 

Wills and Wilson Awarded Wildcards into Quiksilver Pro

Posted by: on February 18th, 2009

 

 

Julian Wilson flying at last years Quiksilver Pro.

Julian Wilson flying at last years Quiksilver Pro.

 

 

Quiksilver Pro presented by LG Mobile

Stop 1 on the ASP Men’s World Tour 

Snapper Rocks, Gold Coast, Australia

February 28th to March 11th

 

 

Snapper Rocks, Gold Coast, AUS — Recently retired world tour surfer Danny Wills (Byron Bay, AUS) and rising star Julian Wilson (Coolum, AUS) have been awarded main event wildcards into the upcoming Quiksilver Pro presented by LG Mobile.

Though at opposite ends of their careers both surfers are capable of causing damage to the worlds top 45 in the season-opening ASP men’s world tour event on Australia’s Gold Coast from February 28th to March 11th.

After more than a decade as a full time pro surfer, Wills, 33, announced his retirement at  the Pipeline Masters in Hawaii in December last year. 

“It’s a big change after knowing no different for the last fifteen years but it was my choice to give it away. I’m really stoked to be finished and I’m enjoying home life with the family,” said Wills.

“There will be no pressure at all (in the Quiksilver Pro presented by LG Mobile) it will be great to be on the side of the hunter and not the hunted this year,” added the highly respected competitor.

Danny Wills.

Danny Wills.

Wills and Wilson will draw one of the worlds top three rated surfers of either nine-time world champion Kelly Slater (USA), world no.2 Bede Durbidge (Gold Coast, AUS) or world no.3 Taj Burrow (Yallingup, AUS) in round one of competition.

Twenty-year-old sensation Wilson will be competing in his third consecutive Quiksilver Pro presented by LG Mobile as a wildcard.  Entering with experience on his side this year, Wilson could prove more dangerous than in 2007 when he relegated Slater (Florida, USA) into the sudden death round two heats with an opening-heat win.

“I haven’t got anything to lose.  I love it,” said Wilson.

“Surfing against the worlds best is fun, you learn a lot and I know the wave at Snapper so I’m excited to make the most of this amazing opportunity. Kelly (Slater) would be fun to draw,” added Wilson.

The prodigious talent has just bounced back from an ankle injury – that had kept him out of the water for the last three months of 2008 – with a pro-junior win earlier in January.

“I spent 3 months out of action and it feels so good to be surfing again,” said Wilson.

“I won my first event back, I’m not at one hundred per cent just yet but I’m winning so my confidence is there,” added Wilson.

Again this year Wilson will be riding and auctioning a pink surfboard at the Quiksilver  Pro to raise awareness and funds for the national breast cancer foundation.

The third and final wildcard will be granted to the winner of the Quiksilver Pro Trials to be staged in conjunction with the Roxy Pro Trials on Friday, February 27th.  

The season-opening ASP women’s world tour event the US$90,000 Roxy Pro presented by LG Mobile and the opening men’s world tour event, the US$340,000 Quiksilver Pro presented by LG Mobile will commence on Saturday February 28th and run through to March 11th.

Both opening world tour events are mobile, granting access to some of the best surf breaks on the planet. The tournament will be based at Snapper Rocks yet can travel from Stradbroke Island to Duranbah Beach on the QLD/NSW state border in search of optimum waves.

Day 4 – Event Favourites Eliminated at Billabong ASP World Junior Championships

Posted by: on January 6th, 2009

 

Julian Wilson went to skies in Round 3 of the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships. Photo: Steve Robertson/Surfing Australia

Julian Wilson went to skies in Round 3 of the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships. Photo: Steve Robertson/Surfing Australia

 

 

NORTH NARRABEEN, Australia (Tuesday, January 6, 2009) – The Billabong ASP World Junior Championships steamrolled through the men’s Round 3 today before deciding the women’s ASP World Junior Champion in rippable three-to-four foot (1 metre) surf on offer at Sydney’s North Narrabeen beach.
 
The deciding event in the quest for the undisputed ASP World Junior Title, the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships is paramount junior event on the planet and today’s competition saw the biggest upsets of the week go down with some major favourites eliminated from competition.

Lincoln Taylor (AUS), 20, posted the highest single-wave score of the event, a 9.60 out of a possible 10, for a vicious forehand assault, eliminating favoured South African Rudy Palmboom, 20, from Billabong ASP World Junior competition.
 
“I was really lucky that I managed to get the two best waves come to me in that heat,” Taylor said. “At this level if you don’t get excellent scores on the set waves you’re going to quickly end up behind the eight ball.”

While several of Taylor’s fellow countrymen still in contention at the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships, the young goofy-footer is keen to claim the ASP World Junior Title for Australia – a feat that has yet to be repeated since current ASP Dream Tour stalwart Joel Parkinson (AUS), 27, in 2001.

“I’m not trying to focus on anything else but doing well right now,” Taylor said. “I didn’t come in this event to finish last.”

Taylor will face Kiron Jabour (HAW), 17, in Round 4 when competition resumes.

Maxime Huscenot (REU), 16, reigning ASP European Pro Junior Champion, scored one of the biggest upsets of the day, eliminating ASP International Wildcard and event favourite Dusty Payne (HAW), 20, in Round 3 of the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships. The young natural-footer going as far as to post an impressive 9.00 out of a possible 10 in the last minute to cement the victory.
 
“Still no pressure after beating Dusty (Payne),” Huscenot said. “Dusty is such a good surfer up there with Julian (Wilson). I got a 9-point ride which was so good.”  
 
Huscenot will face Alex Ribeiro (BRA) in Round 4 when Billabong ASP World Junior competition resumes.
 
Fellow European Marc Lacomare (FRA), 18, caused another major upset in the elimination of Australian Owen Wright, 18, from Billabong ASP World Junior competition. The Frenchman took command of the heat early on, collecting an 8.00 and an 8.50 in the opening minutes, posting what would prove to be an insurmountable lead for the highly-touted Australian.
 
“I feel so good to beat Owen (Wright),” Lacomare said. “He always beats me. We have surfed against one another about five or six times and he has beaten me most. Before the heat I was not that nervous because Owen is such a favourite. I’m just here do my best and see what happens.”

Lacomare will take on Jayke Sharp (AUS), 20, in Round 4 when competition resumes.
 
Following the completion of the men’s Round 3, the Billabong ASP World Junior women’s title will be decided beginning with the Quarterfinals at 2:30pm local time
 
The Billabong ASP World Junior Championships will be webcasting LIVE scores and audio via www.billabongpro.com  with Heats on Demand available in the VIDEO section.
 
For more information, log onto www.aspworldtour.com 
 
BILLABONG ASP WORLD JUNIORS (MEN) ROUND 3 RESULTS:
Heat 1:
 Tamaroa McComb (PYF) 15.17 def. Tonino Benson (HAW) 9.66
Heat 2: Julian Wilson (AUS) 13.17 def. Klee Strachan (ZAF) 8.73
Heat 3: Alejo Muniz (BRA) 13.00 def. Blake Jones (USA) 8.94
Heat 4: Tanner Gudauskas (USA) 14.67 def. Alex Lima (BRA) 13.00
Heat 5: Lincoln Taylor (AUS) 18.10 def. Rudy Palmboom (ZAF) 11.33
Heat 6: Kiron Jabour (HAW) 8.90 def. Medi Veminardi (REU) 8.90
Heat 7: Granger Larsen (HAW) 16.00 def. Travis Beckmann (USA) 12.14
Heat 8: Jadson Andre (BRA) 14.33 def. Dean Bowen (AUS) 6.00
Heat 9: Maxime Huscenot (REU) 16.67 def. Dusty Payne (HAW) 12.00
Heat 10: Alex Ribeiro (BRA) 16.00 def. Sebastian Zietz (HAW) 13.34
Heat 11: Marc Lacomare (FRA) 16.50 def. Owen Wright (AUS) 12.50
Heat 12: Jayke Sharp (AUS) 12.33 def. Casey Brown (HAW) 9.50
Heat 13: Matt Wilkinson (AUS) 13.50 def. Magno Pacheco (BRA) 10.34
Heat 14: Nat Young (USA) 9.23 def. Jatyr Berasaluce (EUK) 9.23
Heat 15: Stuart Kennedy (AUS) 16.50 def. Nicholas Godfrey (ZAF) 12.17
Heat 16: Kai Barger (HAW) 13.17 def. Charles Martin (GLP) 9.84

BILLABONG ASP WORLD JUNIORS (MEN) ROUND 4 MATCH-UPS:
Heat 1:
 Tamaroa McComb (PYF) vs. Julian Wilson (AUS)
Heat 2: Alejo Muniz (BRA) vs. Tanner Gudauskas (USA)
Heat 3: Lincoln Taylor (AUS) vs. Kiron Jabour (HAW)
Heat 4: Granger Larsen (HAW) vs. Jadson Andre (BRA)
Heat 5: Maxime Huscenot (REU) vs. Alex Ribeiro (BRA)
Heat 6: Marc Lacomare (FRA) vs. Jayke Sharp (AUS)
Heat 7: Matt Wilkinson (AUS) vs. Nat Young (USA)
Heat 8: Stuart Kennedy (AUS) vs. Kai Barger (HAW)

BILLABONG ASP WORLD JUNIORS (WOMEN) QUARTERFINAL MATCH-UPS:
QF 1:
 Arini Mason (NZL) vs. Pauline Ado (FRA)
QF 2: Courtney Conlogue (USA) vs. Paige Hareb (NZL)
QF 3: Leila Hurst (HAW) vs. Diana Cristina (BRA)
QF 4: Laura Enever (AUS) vs. Bethany Hamilton (HAW)

VIDEO:: STORY: Massive Scores On Day 3 At Billabong ASP World Junior Championships

Posted by: on January 6th, 2009

 

 

Julian Wilson (AUS), 20, put the rest of the field on notice today, scoring the event high heat total of an 18.50 out of a possible 20 to advance through to Round 3.

Julian Wilson (AUS), 20, put the rest of the field on notice today, scoring the event high heat total of an 18.50 out of a possible 20 to advance through to Round 3.

Day 3 Highlights Video:  hlts_08wjc_day3h264

 

NORTH NARRABEEN, Australia (Monday, January 5, 2009) – The Billabong ASP World Junior Championships recommenced this morning with the final seven heats of the men’s Round 1 before tearing into the dramatic elimination Round 2.

 

The deciding event in the hunt for the undisputed ASP World Junior Title, the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships enjoyed a full day of sunny skies and clean three foot (1 metre) waves at Sydney’s North Narrabeen beach in which world’s best junior surfers reveled, locking in the highest scores of the event.

 

Julian Wilson (AUS), 20, who gained entry into the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships via his win at the VonZipper Trials, rebounded from a morning loss in Round 1 to absolutely decimate his Round 2 heat this afternoon, netting the event high heat total of an 18.50 out of a possible 20 to dispatch of Koki Nakamura (JPN).

 

“I had a pretty shaky start this morning in Round 1 but I feel way better after that one,” Wilson said. “The conditions are getting way better and I think the level of surfing is going to really lift in the coming days.”

 

Part of a star-studded Australian contingent, Wilson is keen to claim the ASP World Junior Title for himself, bringing the prestigious accolade back to Australia, where it hasn’t been held since current ASP Dream Tour standout Joel Parkinson (AUS), 27, last claimed it in 2001.

 

“It’s been ages since an Aussie won this title,” Wilson said. “That spurs us all on…we want it back here in Oz!”

 

Rudy Palmboom (ZAF), 20, suffered an unfortunate loss in Round 1 two days ago, but made amends today, posting and impressive heat total of a 17.10 out of a possible 20 to eliminate Jules Thomet (FRA) from Billabong ASP World Junior competition in today’s Round 2 bout.

 

“I was a bit nervous at the start – as I am with most competitions – but because I have this high-scoring heat it has given me much more confidence,” Palmboom said. “Last year was my first year in this competition and I got 9th. I want to better that result taking it heat by heat and see what happens.”

 

Palmboom punctuated his impressive Round 2 victory with his own excellent single wave-score of a 9.10 out of a possible 10 for a series of vicious backhand blasts.

 

“I’m stoked with my 9-point ride in the last couple of seconds,” Palmboom said. “The other guy in my heat was in a good position so I made sure I got it. It had a nice wall and I got a good score on it.”

 

Alex Ribeiro (BRA) was another to flare in the dying conditions this afternoon, posting an incredible 9.00 out of a possible 10 for a series of impressive forehand fin wafts on the roping lefthanders.

 

“This is my first year in the event and Australia and I’m very happy so far,” Ribeiro said. “I’m just going to work as hard as I can to get through as many heats as possible. I think Brazil brought a great team but all countries have so good surfers the best people for possible.”

 

Event organizers will reconvene tomorrow morning at 7am for a possible 7:30am start.

 

Highlights from today’s Billabong ASP World Junior Championships will be available via www.billabongpro.com

 

For more information, log onto www.aspworldtour.com

 

 

BILLABONG ASP WORLD JUNIORS (MEN) ROUND 1 RESULTS:

Heat 10: Matt Wilkinson (AUS) 12.67, Heifara-Peter Tahutini (PYF) 12.07, Alex Ribeiro (BRA) 10.67

Heat 11: Casey Brown (HAW) 11.90, Kai Barger (HAW) 9.67, Koko Nakamura (JPN) 7.87

Heat 12: Charles Martin (GLP) 13.83, Kaito Sekimoto (JPN) 10.33, Nobuyuki Osawa (JPN) 10.17

Heat 13: Jayke Sharp (AUS) 14.00, Julian Wilson (AUS) 13.60, Casey Grant (ZAF) 10.34

Heat 14: Alejo Muniz (BRA) 12.77, Nicholas Godfrey (ZAF) 12.23, Medi Veminardi (REU) 8.50

Heat 15: Nat Young (USA) 13.24, Lincoln Taylor (AUS) 12.00, Shaun Joubert (ZAF) 9.60

Heat 16: Sebastian Zietz (HAW) 13.47, Marc Lacomare (FRA) 12.60, Andrew Doheny (USA) 8.00

 

BILLABONG ASP WORLD JUNIORS (MEN) ROUND 2 RESULTS:

Heat 1: Jadson Andre (BRA) 13.50 def. Heremoana Luciani (PYF) 11.34

Heat 2: Dusty Payne (HAW) 10.33 def. Heifara Tahutini (PYF) 6.90

Heat 3: Tonino Benson (HAW) 12.50 def. Andres Wurst (PER) 8.17

Heat 4: Rudy Palmboom (ZAF) 17.10 def. Jules Thomet (FRA) 10.60

Heat 5: Maxime Huscenot (REU) 15.00 def. Ricardo dos Santos (BRA) 11.17

Heat 6: Kiron Jabour (HAW) 12.77 def. Pierre-Valentine Laborde (FRA) 12.50

Heat 7: Julian Wilson (AUS) 18.50 def. Koki Nakamura (JPN) 8.00

Heat 8: Travis Beckmann (USA) 13.67 def. Kaito Sekimoto (JPN) 8.86

Heat 9: Alex Ribeiro (BRA) 16.83 def. Casey Grant (ZAF) 12.10

Heat 10: Nicholas Godfrey (ZAF) 9.84 def. Cory Arrambide (USA) 7.26

Heat 11: Blake Jones (USA) 11.83 def. Shaun Joubert (ZAF) 10.17

Heat 12: Marc Lacomare (FRA) 12.67 def. Shota Nakamura (JPN) 9.84

Heat 13: Klee Strachan (ZAF) 12.34 def. Andrew Doheny (USA) 10.04

Heat 14: Lincoln Taylor (AUS) 14.67 def. Keito Matsuoka (JPN) 8.50

Heat 15: Medi Veminardi (REU) 13.43 def. Heath Joske (AUS) 9.67

Heat 16: Kai Barger (HAW) 14.17 def. Nobuyuki Osawa (JPN) 8.67

 

BILLABONG ASP WORLD JUNIORS (MEN) ROUND 3 RESULTS:

Heat 1: Tonino Benson (HAW) vs. Tamaroa McComb (PYF)

Heat 2: Julian Wilson (AUS) vs. Klee Strachan (ZAF)

Heat 3: Alejo Muniz (BRA) vs. Blake Jones (USA)

Heat 4: Tanner Gudauskas (USA) vs. Alex Lima (BRA)

Heat 5: Rudy Palmboom (ZAF) vs. Lincoln Taylor (AUS)

Heat 6: Kiron Jabour (HAW) vs. Medi Veminardi (REU)

Heat 7: Granger Larsen (HAW) vs. Travis Beckmann (USA)

Heat 8: Jadson Andre (BRA) vs. Dean Bowen (AUS)

Heat 9: Dusty Payne (HAW) vs. Maxime Huscenot (REU)

Heat 10: Sebastian Zietz (HAW) vs. Alex Ribeiro (BRA)

Heat 11: Owen Wright (AUS) vs. Marc Lacomare (FRA)

Heat 12: Casey Brown (HAW) vs. Jayke Sharp (AUS)
Heat 13: Matt Wilkinson (AUS) vs. Magno Pacheco (BRA)

Heat 14: Nat Young (USA) vs. Jatyr Berasaluce (EUK)

Heat 15: Stuart Kennedy (AUS) vs. Nicholas Godfrey (ZAF)

Heat 16: Charles Martin (GLP) vs. Kai Barger (HAW)

 

BILLABONG ASP WORLD JUNIORS (WOMEN) QUARTERFINAL MATCH-UPS:

QF 1: Arini Mason (NZL) vs. Pauline Ado (FRA)

QF 2: Courtney Conlogue (USA) vs. Paige Hareb (NZL)

QF 3: Leila Hurst (HAW) vs. Diana Cristina (BRA)

QF 4: Laura Enever (AUS) vs. Bethany Hamilton (HAW)

 

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