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    Cool the 2014 j-bay contest thread

    who do you like? jordy is doing well and nat and gabriel rebounded from
    round one loss. this wave suits john-john; at least better than recent venues.
    or kelly/parko/taj/micků.who will it be?

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    Parko and Kelly always looks good on this wave... How about Jordy's 10...??? didn't get to watch others but I feel like a 10 should involve more tube-riding than that. Any fantasy surfer players out there?

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    The team is...
    Mick
    Medina
    John John
    Nat
    Jordy
    Wright
    Dion

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    no Kelly? is that your asp team or surfer mag team?

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    Julian Wilson's air in the end of the last heat of the day was insane

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    Surfer mag.....I'm not to into the fantasy thing but it makes watching the contests fun especially in not so good surf. Kelly's awesome and surfs like no other....but I always root against him. Id love to see some of the new guys on tour really start to step it up and start winning some titles. Give Kelly's record a run for its money ya know

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddy trailerpark View Post
    who do you like? jordy is doing well and nat and gabriel rebounded from
    round one loss. this wave suits john-john; at least better than recent venues.
    or kelly/parko/taj/micků.who will it be?
    Watched most of it last night.


    Jordy and Kelly seemed very suited to making the most of those conditions. I've always thought Kelly surfs J-Bay with just amazing instinct, and reading what that wave is going to do 30 yards down the line, or even more, is a huge advantage over guys who seem like they go up to do a turn, and then are surprised by wave the wave does when they re-enter (usually they fall behind a section)

    Medina surfed well, but that wave just isnt suited to the pump, pump, huge air game. His carving and rail game has come a long way, but surfing this wave backside, and stacking up against a Kelly, Joel, or Jordy must challenging.

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    He rode that wave as well as it could be ridden. I agree though. A ten usually involves more barrells than that. Still sick.

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    Agreed. A great ride but I wouldn't chalk it up to a 10. Julian's air was SICK cray cray.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna Kai View Post
    He rode that wave as well as it could be ridden. I agree though. A ten usually involves more barrells than that. Still sick.