Taj Burrow Wins ASP 4 Star Breaka Burleigh Pro

Taj Burrow (AUS) claimed the inaugural 2010 Association Of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) 4-Star, Breaka Burleigh Pro.  Burrow defeated Josh Kerr (AUS), Owen Wright (AUS) and Dusty Payne (HAW) who finished second to fourth respectively in an exhilarating four-man Final.  Taj Burrow exploded out of the gates with a blistering 9.10 (out of a possible 10), going on to register a combined two-wave total of 17.30 (out of a possible 20) to Kerr’s 15.67, Wright’s 14.60 and Payne’s 8.73.   It’s so great to be back at Burleigh Heads, I’ve spent a lot of time here over the years and it’s such a great wave, so to be able to win the very first competition here in so long is just great, Burrow said.

The whole event has been epic and the waves were great and it was some of the most high performance surfing I’ve seen, there was so many aerials and all the competitors were just going so big, it was awesome to be a part of, he said.  Burrow thrilled thousands of spectators lining Burleigh Heads in what is the first professional surfing event to be staged at the iconic break in almost 10 years.  

In a dream preparation, Burrow who also won last year’s ASP World Tour season ending Pipeline Masters, will now head into next week’s first ASP World Tour event of 2010 at Snapper Rocks as one of the hot favorites.

Results Breaka Burleigh Pro Final Day Taj Burrow (AUS) 17.30
2. Josh Kerr (AUS) 15.67
3. Owen Wright (AUS) 14.60
4. Dusty Payne (AUS) 8.73

Final
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Semifinal 1:
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Owen Wright (AUS) 19.77
2. Josh Kerr (AUS) 15.76
3. James Wood (AUS) 15.20
4. Brent Dorrington (AUS) 13.00

Semifinal 2:
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Dusty Payne (HAW) 16.50
2. Taj Burrow (AUS) 15.30
3. Granger Larson (HAW) 11.00
4. Jay Thompson (AUS) 10.67

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