As most experienced observers might expect, Championship Tour surfers seeded into Round Two showed their class early and often in the challenging, crumbly conditions. With a blustery northwest sea breeze knocking the top off the expansive beach break peaks at Carcavelos, World No. 17 Jeremy Flores was the standout performer of the day. Flores locked down the first scores of the day that reached into the excellent range, earning a pair of pocket 8.33s. His 16.66 total heat score was the highest of the day. After a confident return to the Quarterfinal round at the Hurley Pro at Trestles, where he finished 5th, the Frenchman looks poised to make a deep run in Cascais.