A rising tide and declining swell didn't seem to bother Bede Durbidge much during his dominant Round Four heat win over Stu Kennedy and Sebastian Zietz. While Kennedy and Zietz struggled to find even a scoring backup wave, the big Aussie bagged a couple of decent set waves with mid-range scores, which were good enough to put the win well out of reach. Durbidge's perfomances in Fiji are a return to pre-injury form. He was sidelined for all of last season, after a horrific wipeout that required a 17-centimeter rod surgically placed through his fractured pelvic bone. With his Round Four victory, Bede's already guaranteed his best finish on Tour since taking 2nd place at the Quik Pro France back in October 2015.