WSL Asia is preparing for its back-to-back Indonesian events with the men's and women's QS1,000 Krui Pro set to run in excellent waves from this week from 15 - 20 April. This will be followed closely by the Komune Bali Pro pres. by The Mad Hueys at Keramas, Bali from 23 - 27 April.
The Krui Pro will be the first ever WSL event to run in South Sumatra and will feature stellar fields of International surfers taking on Indonesia's best. Competitors will be treated to long walling lefthanders to display their skill set as the vie for all important QS raking points.
An Opening Ceremony was held with local government officials welcoming WSL officials and athletes to come and compete at this historic event at Tanjung Setia Beach, Lampung Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. WSL Officials made the call to put the event on standby and wait until tomorrow morning to start the competition.
"The waves look really fun, there are sets head high and bigger," said Will Hayden-Smith WSL Australia/Oceania Regional Manager. "We have plenty of time in the waiting period and a great forecast so we are planning to make a call at 7am tomorrow. This place is incredible, the welcome we had this morning was fantastic and judging by the free surfing that has been going down we are all set for an exciting event."