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Owen Wright Wins Fiji Pro with a Perfect Score

Owen Wright Wins Fiji Pro with a Perfect Score

TAVARUA, Fiji (Tuesday, June 16, 2015) – Owen Wright (AUS) has won the Fiji Pro in historic fashion today, claiming his second Perfect 20 of the event in the Final bout against compatriot Julian Wilson (AUS) held in pumping eight-to-ten foot (2.5 – 3 metre) barrels. Stop No. 5 of 11 on the 2015 Samsung [...]

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Toledo and Conlogue Victorious at Oi Rio Pro

Toledo and Conlogue Victorious at Oi Rio Pro

BARRA DA TIJUCA, Rio de Janeiro/Brazil (Sunday, May 17, 2015) – An electrifying final day at the Oi Rio Pro, the fourth stop on the Samsung Galaxy World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), saw Filipe Toledo (BRA) and Courtney Conlogue (USA) reign supreme, claiming victory at Barra da Tijuca in front of a capacity [...]

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De Souza Wins Drug Aware Pro, Solidifies No. 1 Spot

De Souza Wins Drug Aware Pro, Solidifies No. 1 Spot

MARGARET RIVER, Western Australia (Friday, April 24, 2015)- Adriano de Souza (BRA) has won the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, the third stop on the Samsung Galaxy World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT). Main Break delivered another morning of great conditions and the world’s best surfers battled each other to win the event. An [...]

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The Hurley Pro September 9 – 20, 2014

The Hurley Pro September 9 – 20, 2014

Lowers Is About To Get Empty

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Freddy P Talks Biggest Regrets

Freddy P Talks Biggest Regrets

Putting Snapper Rocks behind him. Freddy Patacchia (HAW) recently sat down with Stab magazine to talk about everyone’s least favorite subject: Regret. As an introduction to the piece, the ever-charismatic surfer said, “I’m pretty unapologetic about most things. I’m outspoken in everything I do. I look at almost everything as life experience, and because of [...]

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Los Cabos Recap: Ho, Banting Win 6-Star QS Contest

Los Cabos Recap: Ho, Banting Win 6-Star QS Contest

Matt Banting (AUS), 19, and Coco Ho (HAW), 23, have won the 6-Star Los Cabos Open of Surf in excellent four-to-six foot waves at Zippers in Los Cabos, Mexico. Matt Banting (AUS) claimed top prizes at Los Cabos. Banting opened his victory strike with a 7.00 in the all-Australian Final that pit him against Dion [...]

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Los Cabos Open Recap: Men’s Quarterfinalists Decided

Los Cabos Open Recap: Men’s Quarterfinalists Decided

The final eight surfers for the men’s 6-Star Los Cabos Open of Surf were decided after competing Saturday in high-performance, two-to-four foot (1 metre) waves at Zippers in Los Cabos, Mexico. Josh Kerr (AUS) continues his tear at Zippers. Josh Kerr (AUS), 29, top seed at the Los Cabos Open of Surf and current No. [...]

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Surprise Standout, Pumping Swell: Los Cabos Women Do Battle

Surprise Standout, Pumping Swell: Los Cabos Women Do Battle

The 6-Star Los Cabos Open of Surf saw an action-packed day of women’s competition, culling the field from 24 to just four Semifinalists in excellent two-to-four foot (1-metre) surf. The Los Cabos Open of Surf represents the largest surf contest in Mexico’s history and will play a crucial role in determining qualifiers for the 2015 [...]

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Top Seeds Shine in Los Cabos: Women’s Competition Recap

Top Seeds Shine in Los Cabos: Women’s Competition Recap

The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) 6-Star Qualifying Series (QS) Los Cabos Open of Surf continued competition for the fourth consecutive day in two-to-three foot waves. The action at Zippers saw marquee performances from several ASP Women’s World Championship Tour (WCT) surfers, as well as impressive skills from international up-and-comers. Philippa Anderson (AUS), 21, commanded [...]

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Catch Los Cabos Day 3 Highlights: Battle to Avoid Elimination

Catch Los Cabos Day 3 Highlights: Battle to Avoid Elimination

Competition continued at the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Qualifying Series (QS) 6-Star Los Cabos Open of Surf in clean two-to-four foot surf at Zippers. Men’s action narrowed the field from the original 144 down to 24, while the women’s competition commenced with a Round 1 that saw the first Perfect 10 of the event. [...]

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