Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Updated: Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Gabriel Medina (BRA) punctuated his Fiji Pro victory over Nat Young (USA) with a near-perfect 9.87 in the Final.
Kolohe Andino's run at the 2014 event title ended in the Semifinals when Medina tallied a 9.07.
Andino logged two nines in his Quarterfinal win over Adriano de Souza (BRA), his first -- a 9.13 -- was earned for this backhand barrel.
Andino punctuated his Quarterfinals victory over De Souza with a series of blistering backhand turns for a 9.23.
This 9.87 led to a Quarterfinal spot for John John Florence (HAW).
De Souza's 9.30 in Round 3 was his first of three nines in that heat.
De Souza's 9.13 would eventually be a throwaway in his near-perfect Round 3 heat against Adrian Buchan (AUS).
De Souza earned a 9.33 for his final wave in Round 3.
Owen Wright (AUS) snuck into a hollow wave and notched a 9.33 in Round 3.
Michel Bourez (PYF) earned a 9.50 for a double barrel and a finishing snap in Round 3.
Bourez completed his Round 3 win with a deep backhand tube for a 9.20.
Jordy Smith (ZAF) earned the highest heat total of Round 1, thanks in part to a 9.20 for this backhand barrel.
Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) found a nine-point ride in the Fiji Women's Pro Semifinals to advance over Malia Manuel (HAW).
Carissa Moore (HAW) earned a 9.40 in Round 4, making Fiji her fifth consecutive contest with at least one ride in the nine-point range.
In Round 3, Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) earned a 9.07 in epic conditions.
Round 3 was good to Laura Enever (AUS), as well. She earned a direct advance to the Fiji Quarterfinals after earning a second nine-point ride, a 9.57.
Enever's first nine-pointer of the heat was a 9.27, which put her opponents on the defense.
Malia Manuel (HAW) had the highest heat score at the end of Round 1, thanks to a 9.03.