Alex Gray: nice colors

Alex Gray has conquered the Dive N' Surf Oregon Pro 2014 at Nelscott Reef.

The maritime conditions were almost perfect. Nelscott Reef was pumping 20-25 foot clean wave faces under light offshore winds.

The Women's Superheat, a special competition for the big wave female addicts, was taken out by an in-form Bianca Valenti, who left Andrea Moller and Keala Kennelly with the silver and bronze places.

Alex Gray only needed three waves to leave opponents behind in the final of the Dive N' Surf Oregon Pro 2014. The decisive heat was insane, with less than 5 points separating first and sixth.

Gray, who doesn't consider himself "a big wave guy," has been chasing swells for a while, and he definitely deserved to win a Big Wave World Tour stage in classy conditions.

The last event of the big wave season will be held in Todos Santos, in Baja California, Mexico.

Dive N' Surf Oregon Pro 2014

1 Alex Gray, 27.17
2. Shawn Dollar, 24.17
3. Grant Baker, 23.67
4. Kohl Christensen, 23.67
5. Will Skudin, 23.49
6. Anthony Tashnick, 22.66

Women's Superheat

1. Bianca Valenti, 23.83
2. Andrea Moller, 19.34
3. Keala Kennelly, 17.00
4. Jamila Star, 13.67
5. Savannah Shaughnessy, 13.34
6. Paige Alms, 9.0
7. Wrenna Delgado, 8.00
8. Mercedes Maidana

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