Tim Boal: a French invador in Portugal

The ASP 6-Star Lusiaves Figueira Pro went mobile again in search of the best possible conditions to run today’s session of competition. Setting up camp some 500 metres south of the main event site peaks in the 3-4ft range pulsed for some great displays of surfing.

Event officials had a tough decision on their hands when they were greeted with a very clean, straight swell that was basically a close-out from end-to-end. After checking other locations both north and south it was decided to make the most of the high tide period down the beach to run the eight heats of Round Four.

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Mick Fanning: brakes activated

Swell in the four-to-six foot (2 metre) range is pouring into Lower Tresltes this morning, prompting event officials at the Hurley Pro at Trestles to call Round 3 of competition on at 8am.

Stop No. 6 of 10 on the ASP World Tour, the Hurley Pro at Trestles has completed the opening two rounds of competition and today will see the continuation of the new ASP Dream Tour format.

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Owen Wright: hang in there, dude

A building swell in the three-to-four foot (1.5 metre) range is pulsing through Lower Trestles this morning, prompting event organizers to call the Hurley Pro at Trestles on at 9am.

Stop No. 6 of 10 on the 2010 ASP Dream Tour, the Hurley Pro at Trestles is the first event to host the newly-formed ASP Top 34 and also plays an integral role in this year’s heated ASP World Title race.

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