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  • WAITING PERIOD
    Day 9 of 9 FINISHED
  • EVENT IS
    Port Taranaki Pro - QS6,000
  • WEBCAST IS
    OFF
  • WAVES
    1m
  • WEATHER: Sunny
    WIND: Onshore
  • SCHEDULE: Congratulations Keely Andrew 2015 Champion
    UPDATED: 29 March
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Keely Andrew Wins the Port Taranaki Pro

TARANAKI, New Zealand (Sunday, March 29, 2015) – Australia’s Keely Andrew took the biggest win of her career at today’s World Surf League Port Taranaki Pro Women’s QS6000 (Qualifying Series) at Fitzroy Beach New Plymouth. Andrew defeated Coco Ho (HAW) in good onshore 1m plus surf opening the Final early with a solid 5.83 and

 
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Semifinalists Decided At the Port Taranaki Pro

TARANAKI, New Zealand (Saturday, March 28, 2015) – Four surfers remain in contention for this years World Surf League (WSL) Port Taranaki Pro Women’s QS6000 as Rounds 5 through to Quarterfinals were completed in good onshore 1.5m plus surf at Fitzroy Beach New Plymouth. Coco Ho (HAW) goes into tomorrow’s final day full of confidence

 
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Top Seeds Tackle Great Conditions at Port Taranaki Pro

TARANAKI, New Zealand (Friday, March 27, 2015) – New Zealand turned on the charm for the top seeds with great weather and waves on offer all day long as the Port Taranaki Pro World Surf League women’s QS6000 (Qualifying Series) powered through three rounds of competition. The event ran a mammoth day of competition, running

 
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Wawn Wins North Beach Pro Junior in Taranaki, NZ

TARANAKI, New Zealand (Thursday, March 26, 2015) – Holly Wawn (Australia/Newport) took her first World Surf League (WSL) win at the New Zealand Home Loans Surf Festival defeating fellow Australian Isabella Nichols in stormy but good 1m plus surf at Fitzroy Beach Taranaki. Wawn opened with a strong 7-point-ride and by mid-Final had backed that

 
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Kai Hing Wins North Beach Junior

TARANAKI, New Zealand (Tuesday, March 25, 2015) – Kai Hing (AUS) is the first champion crowned at this year’s New Zealand Home Loans Surf Festival winning the World Surf League (WSL) North Beach Junior Men’s JQS1000 (Junior Qualifying Series). Hing defeated Tahiti’s Ariihoe Tefaafana in onshore peaky 1m (2 to 3 feet) surf at Fitzroy

 
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Future Surf Stars Light Up Taranaki Pro Junior

New Pymouth/Taranaki/NZ (Tuesday, March 24, 2015) – The New Zealand Home Loans Surf Festival is off to a fast start at Fitzroy Beach Taranaki with Round 1 of the North Beach World Surf League Junior Men’s and Women’s JQS1000 completed on the opening day. Clean early waves with multiple peaks allowed plenty of scope for

 
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Results Day One North Beach Pro Juniors

Future Surf Stars Light Up Taranaki Pro Junior New Pymouth/Taranaki/NZ (Tuesday, March 24, 2015) - The New Zealand Home Loans Surf Festival is off to a fast start at Fitzroy Beach Taranaki with Round 1 of the North Beach World Surf League Junior Men’s and Women’s JQS1000 completed on the opening day. Clean early waves with

 
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Surf to Snow results

Tahitian O’Neill Massin The Surf to Snow Expression Session presented by Real Estate agent Jarred Hancox featured some of the most exciting surfing possible. Great conditions with clean 1.5m waves offered all contestants plenty of opportunity to bring their A-Game. Surfing levels were very high with Tahitians, Aussies, Kiwis and Taranaki locals all trying their best

 
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Aussies Dominate Kiwis But Butler and Ensor Claim Trips To Brazil

The young Australians may have come to town and stolen the show on the final day of the Rip Curl GromSearch held at Fitzroy Beach, New Plymouth today (Sunday 22nd March) but it will be Mount Maunganui’s Kehu Butler and Raiha Ensor who will represent New Zealand at the International Rip Curl GromSearch final. Butler and

 
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Finalists Found At Fitzroy Beach

Finalists of the Under 14 and Under 12 Boys Divisions were found at the Rip Curl GromSearch held at Fitzroy Beach, New Plymouth today (Saturday 21stMarch) Clean little waves under the 1.0m mark rolled through the line up at Fitzroy Beach, only enough for the younger divisions to be contested leaving a big day ahead for