Harrison Roach and Jai Lee: partners in longboarding

Harrison Roach has reconquered the Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational 2013, in Noosa Heads, Australia.

When Joel Tudor decides to invite 16 of the world's best longboarders to a laid-back competition, you've got to say yes. Add a prize purse of ten thousand dollars and you're done.

"It was such a pleasure to bring the Duct Tape to Noosa, and be a part of a festival with so much history", says Joel Tudor.

"I've been coming to Noosa for many years and always enjoy seeing my friends and the local surf community. This event showcased the local talent and brought traditional logging back to its roots", he added.

Sunny skies and perfect wave conditions for longboarding greeted all classic riders. Alex Knost, from California, had to challenge three local Noosa surf stars.

The unbeatable style showed by Harrison Roach paid off. He ended up winning the Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational 2013.

Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational 2013 Results:

1. Harrison Roach
2. Jai Lee
3. Alex Knost
4. Matt Cuddihy

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