“It’s stormy out there, but it’s bigger and there are some clean sections on offer,” Contest Director Luke Egan said. “We’re going to finish Round 2 of the Men’s event, and then make a call to see if we go into Round 3 of the Men’s or the Women’s.”
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REMAINING BILLABONG WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD COAST ROUND 2 MATCH-UPS:
Heat 10: Kalani David (USA) vs. Dylan Lightfoot (ZAF)
Heat 11: David Van Zyl (ZAF) vs. Kaishu Tanaka (JPN)
Heat 12: Evan Thompson (USA) vs. Pierre-Valentin Labo (FRA)
Heat 13: Arashi Kato (JPN) vs. Michael February (ZAF)
Heat 14: Chase Wilson (USA) vs. Keala Naihe (HAW)
Heat 15: Dylan Kowalski (USA) vs. Andrew Doheny (USA)
Heat 16: Lucas Silveira (BRA) vs. Hiroto Arai (JPN)
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