Monday, February 16, 2015
Updated: Friday, February 27, 2015
Kolohe Andino flying high on Finals day at Hurley Australian Open of Surfing.
Ryan Callinan placed equal third.
Kolohe Andino on top of the world after winning the Hurley Australian Open of Surfing, giving him a 6,000-point boost on the QS rankings.
Jack Freestone was eliminated by Kolohe Andino, leaving with a ninth-place result.
Hurley Australian Open of Surfing
Kolohe Andino going above and beyond.
Jonathan Gonzalez making the Quarterfinals.
In a huge upset, Mateia Hiquily eliminated former World Champ Mick Fanning in Round 5.
Mick Fanning at Hurley Australian Open of Surfing.
Championship Tour (CT) surfer Bede Durbidge making Round 5 over Alejo Muniz and Jean Da Silva.
Adrian Buchan earned two excellent-range scores -- an 8.67 and an 8.93 -- to advance into Round 5.
Brent Dorrington punting at the Hurley Australian Open of Surfing.
Alejo Muniz put up huge carves at the Hurley Australian Open of Surfing.