Corey Ziems: the surf lycra is too small for him

Current Queensland Championship Circuit ratings leader Corey Ziems (Currumbin, Qld)) today claimed the 2010 WAECO Alley Classic securing a slice of Queensland surfing history etching his name once again alongside the likes of elite Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Tour competitors Joel Parkinson (Snapper Rocks, Qld), Luke Munro (Currumbin, Qld) and Adriano De Souza (Brazil) on the event’s winners list.

Ziems proved his 2007 Alley Classic win was no fluke, leaving nothing to doubt today as the famed Currumbin pointbreak delivered clean, contestable, 1m waves for the finals.

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Gabe Kling: Florida king

Gabe Kling (St. Augustine, FL), 29, has the ASP PRIME 6.0 Lowers Pro over ASP Dream Tour No. 13 Chris Davidson (AUS), 33, in two-to-four foot (1 metre) surf at the famed cobblestone pointbreak of Lower Trestles after the world's finest surfers pushed the performance barriers of competitive surfing throughout the entire week of competition while reveling in the firing south swell. Andrew Doheny (Newport Beach, CA), 17, clinched the biggest win of his career when he won the ASP Grade-2 Oakley Pro Junior.

The shift to the ASP One World Rating attracted more than 30 ASP Dream Tour competitors and the globe's hottest up-and-coming surfers to the iconic pointbreak of Lower Trestles while the ASP Pro Junior competitors flocked to the Oakley Pro Junior to gather points towards their regional ratings in an attempt to qualify for the inaugural ASP World Junior Tour.

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Jadson Andre: shining star

The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) PRIME 6.0 Lowers Pro continued to play host to the future of progressive surfing today with several ASP Dream Tour competitors launching their way into the Round of 16 by punting a mind-blowing variety of aerial maneuvers while several up-and-comers continued to showcase committed above-the-lip surfing to decide the Round of 16.

With the influx of the ASP One World Rating, the 6.0 Lowers Pro's ASP PRIME status attracted over 30 ASP Dream Tour competitors and the world's finest up-and-comers looking to capitalize on the increasingly valuable ratings points on offer towards their global standing.

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