Deivid Silva headed to Bali for the Oakley World Pro Junior; after the contest he searched for empty barrels… and found them!
Jack Freestone (AUS) took out the Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali over Hawaiian Ezekiel Lau (HAW) in a battle of the in-form surfers of the event. With the swell dropping and unfavourable winds the surfers were forced of unleash their aerial attacks in the 2 to 3 foot (1.5 meter) punchy surf at Keramas today.
The Quarterfinals have been called on at the 2012 Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali, with the first heat starting at 8:30am. The wind has picked up, but there’s still some punchy 2 to 3 foot (1 – 1.5 meter) waves rolling in.
The 2012 Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali was treated to another stellar day of competition surfing at Keramas today. Competitors revelled in the 3 to 4 foot (1.5 meter) right handers running down the reef at the world famous Keramas. From a field of 48 surfers, just eight remain in the draw, who will battle it out to be crowned the 2012 ASP World Junior Champion.
The 2012 Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali is back on at Keramas with clean 4 foot (1.5 – 2 meter) surf on offer. The call has been made to run Round 4 with the Quarterfinals, Semifinals and Final on stand-by. There’s a chance the event will finish today and a new ASP World Junior Champion will be crowned.
Today the 2012 Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali were treated to flawless 4 – 6 foot (1.5 – 2 meter) surf. The pumping conditions gave the surfers every opportunity to put their full bag of tricks on display. The day started with Nikki Van Dijk (AUS) claiming the event win and the ASP World Junior Title in the Women’s division followed by the Men’s Round 3. The field of 48 surfers has been culled to just 16 remaining, with the eventual event winner being crowned the 2012 ASP World Junior Champion.
Nikki Van Dijk (AUS) has taken out the ASP Women’s World Junior Title after defeating Bianca Buitendag (ZAF) in an epic Final at the Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali. The surf was in the 6 foot (2 meter) range, with flawless tubes and walls reeling down the reef at Keramas setting the perfect stage for the battle for an ASP World Junior Title.
Today the 2012 Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali was treated to a classic day of competition surfing. The surf was in the 4 foot (1.5 meter) range, with a variety of barrels and turn sections on offer. The competitors put it all on the line, fighting through the first elimination round, catching some solid waves over sharp, shallow reef, as the Round 2 winners took one step closer to being crowned ASP World Junior Champion.
The Oakley World Pro Junior returns to Bali to crown a men’s and women’s ASP World Junior Champion. Check out some of the best moments from the women’s round two, three, quarters and semis on Day 5 of the competition at Keramas.
The 2012 Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali contest officials have made the call to put the Men’s Round 2 on starting at 6:30am. The wind, tide and swell have all come together and produced classic 4 to 6 foot (2 meter) waves. The Women’s Final and Men’s Round 3 are also on stand-by as there is a good chance they could run if the conditions stay favourable, we could be crowning an ASP World Junior Champion today.