Mitch Crews And All Things Gold

Monday, 03 June 2013

The ASP 4 Star Quiksilver Open, the largest event held in Japan, crowned the champion for the 2013 edition at Tsurigasaki Beach over the weekend.

The Semi Final was an all Australian affair. The first semi final saw good pals Cooper Chapman vs Mitch Crews but Crews moved through to the finals with a combined score of 19.26.

The second heat of the Semi Final was Davey Cathels vs. Michael Wright and Wright with a combined score of 17.80 to Cathel's 16.33 moved to the decider with Crews.

Mitch claimed two good scores of 9.17 and 8.07 to Mikey's 7.33 and 6.83, putting Mitch Crews on top of the podium for the 2013 Quiksilver Open, Japan.

Now with 3622 points on the ASP World Ranking, Mitch Crews stands No.37, well within sights of qualification. 

Above you see a clip by Michael Mallalieu of Crewsy at home before heading to Japan. Is it just us or is the Gold Coast lad absolutely ripping? 


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