LACANAU, France (Sunday, August 15, 2010) – Charles Martin (GLP), 20, has won the ASP Grade-2 Oakley Pro Junior Lacanau today after defeating Hossegor native Pierre-Valentin laborde (FRA) in the 30-minute final in consistent three-foot (one meter) waves. Martin, with his second consecutive win in Lacanau, grabs the ASP European Junior men’s crown and will […]
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LACANAU, France (Saturday, August 14, 2010) – With the ASP Grade-2 Oakley Pro Junior Lacanau running through to the Quarterfinals, it was a day of intense battle and pressure for those still in contention for both the event title and ASP European Junior crown. Suffering a significant loss and leaving an open-door to close followers, […]
LACANAU, France (Friday, August 13, 2010) – The opening day of the ASP Grade-2 Oakley Pro Junior Lacanau went straight into serious business, the final event of this year’s ASP European Junior tour completing Rounds 1 and 2 as well as half of Round 3. With consistent two to three-foot sets delivering good scoring waves, […]
LA CICER, Gran Canaria (Sunday, August 8, 2010) – Filipe Jervis (Ericeira, PRT), 20, won the ASP Grade-2 Islas Canarias Santa Pro Junior today on the island of Gran Canaria, at the contest main site of La Cicer after defeating runner-up Ramzi Boukhiam (MAR), 16, in a thirty-minute final. Taking control of the wind-blown tricky […]
LA CICER, Gran Canaria (Saturday, August 7, 2010) – The ASP Grade-2 Islas Canarias Santa Pro Junior is down to the Semifinals after another intense day of competitive surfing that saw current ratings’ leaders take control in tricky wind-blown two-to-three foot (0.5 to 1 meter) waves at La Cicer. ASP European Junior ratings’ leaders stepped-up […]
SOPELANA, Basque Country/Spain (Friday, July 30, 2010) – The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Nikita Pro Junior Sopelana today crowned both men’s and women’s champions during another long day of competitive surfing which saw Charles Martin (GLP) take the men’s title over Filipe Jervis (PRT), William Aliotti (FRA) and Ramizi Boukiam (MAR). While Alizee Arnaud […]