Harley Ingleby: carving a very long board | Photo: ASP/Will H-S

Harley Ingleby claimed the 2014 ASP Men's World Longboard Tour title, in Wanning, China.

The Australian longboarder defeated Phil Rajzman to confirm the second trophy of his career, in pumping, offshore wind influenced three-to-four foot waves at Hainan Island.

Ingleby and Rajzman are past winners of the 2014 ASP Men's World Longboard Tour but, this time, Harley managed to prevail in the final heat despite starting the event with a loss in Round 1.

"This is the best feeling in the world! Winning my first title was more of a relief, but this one feels incredible. Phil has been on fire all event, at one point in the final he only needed a 4.50 to take the lead and since he's been posting 8s and 9s all week I was so nervous," revealed Harley Ingleby.

"I had a bad start to the event and some heats I just needed to grind out. In the final everything went my way, and I'm still in shock. It's great to have won; all of the surfers in this event are so talented I look up to them all."

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