Kelly Slater: ready for the 10th dream

Kelly Slater (USA), 38, past nine-time ASP World Champion, has taken out the 2010 Hurley Pro at Trestles in flawless six-foot (2 metre) waves over lethal Australian Bede Durbidge (AUS), 27.

Event No. 6 of 10 on the 2010 ASP World Tour, the Hurley Pro at Trestles culminated in stunning fashion today with the iconic Floridian collecting an unprecedented 43rd elite tour victory.

Watch the final video highlights, HERE.

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Tasmania: waves are huge here

Sydney surfers are expecting huge waves to hit the shore during the weekend, as a low pressure system passes by Australia.


The four-metersoutherly swell will hit the coast and everyone is expecting six to eight foot waves in the coastal city.

Beginners should not paddle in, as they might get caught in the building sets. Meanwhile, Tasmania is recording 10-to-18-metre waves, in one of the biggest weeks ever.

In 1985, a wave of 19.83 meters was recorded during a storm in the west coast of this region. Check out the Wave Height Forecast for Australia.

Mick Fanning: focused and listening to good music

Clean four-to-six foot (2 metre) waves pumped through the lineup at Lower Trestles today with the greatest assemblage of surfing talent in history unloading a barrage of high-fi performances as the Hurley Pro at Trestles completed Rounds 3 and 4.

Event No. 6 of 10 on 2010 ASP World Tour, the Hurley Pro at Trestles is the first event in history to activate the new 36-man competitive format, including the non-elimination three-man Round 4, and today’s experience proved a resounding success.

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