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Jordy and Mick were standouts in the Round 1 highlights from the 2011 Billabong Pro J-Bay.
The were clean, long right-handers on offer for the world's best surfers. Round One of The Billabong Pro J-Bay saw some small barrels, big airs and impressive turns.
With a significant drop in swell after Round One, event organisers decided to call lay-days for Saturday and Sunday. What better way to pass the time than to get up-close and personal with the king of the jungle?

Weekend Washup 18 July 2011

Monday, 18 July 2011
To paraphrase Eddie Everywhere, “What a big weekend in surfing!”
Carissa Moore, 18, of Oahu, Hawaii made history at the Roxy Pro Biarritz becoming the youngest ever ASP World Champion by advancing into the final. Moore sealed her maiden World Title crown when her closest rival, World No. 2 Sally Fitzgibbons, was eliminated during the semifinals by eventual Roxy Pro winner, Steph Gilmore.

ASL At J-Bay: Round One Action

Saturday, 16 July 2011
In unusually warm winter weather for Jeffreys Bay, it wasn’t just the temperature that heated up and cooked: round one started off with a bang after some scintillating performances were displayed by some of the world’s best surfers. Matt Kelson reports...
Dan Ross is a tough nut, requalifiying for the World Tour by working hard, getting super-fit and winning the WQS series in 2009. But more recently, Rossy popped up on our radar when some shots of him destroying huge Bells Beach waves came by our desk. We knew we had to have a chat to Dan...

ASL At J-Bay: Blog One

Friday, 15 July 2011
The Billabong Pro J-Bay had a lay-day yesterday with small waves on offer, but questions remain: will Kelly Slater show up, where is Bobby Martinez, and how will Adriano de Souza's knee hold up? Matt Kelson is on the ground in Jeffreys and gives us all the goss...
What does it take to run a World Tour competition like J-Bay?
Jordy Smith wants to keep the Billabong Pro J-Bay trophy in South Africa for a second year running.
Hear the top surfers talk about what it means to win at J-Bay

Hippo Heads South

Thursday, 14 July 2011
Ryan Hipwood and friends tear into some south swell goodness, a few hours below Sydney.Holy pumping pits Batman!
Adam Robertson riding Bamboo fins at Winki Pop. True Ames offers A variety of surf fins for FCS, and Futures compatible. He's testing out these Bamboo fins for the first time and he's stoked. Adam's powerful style and carving turns showcase the fins ability to "hold in" to the wave and maintain solid drive.
Billabong Webisode 5: It's not just all about riding long right-hand barrels at J-Bay...

Bigger And Better

Thursday, 14 July 2011
After yesterday's enormous waves and epic conditions, every man and his 400mm was out in the water at Fiji again today. And it lived up to expectations - just as big and gnarly as yesterday. Stuart Gibson sent through some gems...

Island Hopping

Wednesday, 13 July 2011
Straight after shooting some of the largest waves ever paddled into down in icy Tasmania, photographer Stuart Gibson swapped the 4/3 for boardshorts and the tropical waters of Fiji. And didn't he time it well, landing just in time to catch Kelly Slater, Bruce Irons and a bunch of other big wave chargers destroy some of the biggest waves these Pacific...
 

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