Men's CT 2014#28
Avg. heat score12.07
|Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast||13th||1,750||Joel Parkinson|
|Drug Aware Margaret River Pro||25th||500||John John Florence|
|Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach||25th||500||Miguel Pupo|
|Billabong Rio Pro||13th||1,750||Taj Burrow|
|Fiji Pro||25th||500||Bede Durbidge|
|J-Bay Open||25th||500||Owen Wright|
|Billabong Pro Tahiti||5th||5,200||John John Florence|
|Hurley Pro at Trestles||25th||500||Julian Wilson|
|Quiksilver Pro France||13th||1,750||Mick Fanning|
|Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal||13th||1,750||John John Florence|
|Billabong Pipe Masters||25th||500||Julian Wilson|
Competition starts in two-foot surf at Santa Barbara to complete Round One of the Azores Airlines Pro pres. by SEAT.
Deivid Silva secured a win with a steady forehand attack. Australian upstart Jack Robinson also advanced.
Cleaner conditions allow surfers to go big on day 2 of the Azores Airlines Pro pres. by Sumol.
Another solid swell hits Pantin to decide the women's finalists and remaining 16 men in contention.
A solid swell built overnight provides big sections for some of the World's best surfers to exploit.
The Australian claims his first QS10,000 win in Azores on an exciting final day of action.
When conditions get tricky at the Hawaiian Pro there's no such thing as an easy win.
Upsets and upstarts steal the show on day 2 of competition in South Africa.
Upsets and drama on Day 2 of the Ballito Pro presented by Billabong, as favourites tumble in tricky conditions.
Another massive day of surfing at Cabarita sees only the finals left for what is sure to be a super Sunday.
CT athletes mixed with QS warriors for Day 3 of the Hawaiian Pro.
Reaching the sport's elite level is never easy. Staying there is even harder. But for these 6 surfers, the journey is the reward.
|Year||Rank||Points||Events||Heats||Max heat score||Best result|
First season2008 Men's QS
Age36 Apr 29, 1986
Height6 ft, 0 in 182 cm
Weight180 lbs 82 kg
HometownAdelaide, South Australia, Australia