ASP Womens World Tour

Competition Heats Up at the Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic

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The 2012 Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic ran through Rounds 2, 3 and 4 at Dee Why beach today. The stormy conditions seen over the past few days cleaned up, with clean four-to-six foot (2 meters) surf on the beach and the pointbreak.

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Sally and Steph Soar at the Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic

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The 2012 Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic got off to a sensational start in Sydney today. The tricky four foot (1.5 meters) surf, at the world famous Dee Why point offered up the perfect challenge for the world’s best female surfers to show what they’re made of.

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Sydney Harbour Launches The 2012 Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic

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World renowned Sydney Harbour played host to the official launch of the 2012 Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic. Seven-time ASP Women’s World Champion, Layne Beachley welcomed the surfers and media to the seventh annual Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic, the event that offers the richest prize purse on the ASP Women’s World Championship Tour, with USD$130,000 on the line.

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Gilmore Triumphs at the TSB Bank New Zealand Surf Festival

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Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 24, has won the TSB Bank NZ Surf Festival’s blue ribbon event, the Dow AgroSciences Pro in clean three foot (1.5 meters) surf over Carissa Moore (HAW), 19, at Taranaki, New Zealand.

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Epic Conditions and Massive Performances at the TSB Bank New Zealand Surf Festiva

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Lakey Peterson (USA), 17, notched the highest single wave score of the event - a 9.85(out of a possible 10).

The TSB Bank NZ Surf Festival featuring the Dow AgroSciences Pro ran in excellent surf at Taranaki today. With four-to-five foot (2 meter) surf groomed by clean off-shore winds, the competitors were thrilled with the quality of surf on offer for a full day of competition.
Stop No. 3 of 7 on the 2012 ASP Women’s World Championship Tour, the Dow AgroSciences Pro is pivotal in the chase for the prestigious ASP Women’s World Title. In making the most of the epic conditions on offer, contest organisers ran through Rounds 2, 3 and half of Round 4, with competitors revelling in what was described at the best surf this event has seen in its three year history.

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