All posts by CB

Fantasy Surfer Results and Scores for Billabong Pro J Bay

2010 BILLABONG PRO J-BAY FINAL RESULTS:

48 Tom Whitaker – 0 Points
47 Mick Campbell – 1 Point
46 Shawn Joubert – 2 Points
45 Patrick Gudauskas – 3 Points
44 Roy Powers – 4 Points
43 Jadson Andre – 5 Points
42 Jeremy Flores – 6 Points
41 Marco Polo – 7 Points
40 Daniel Ross – 8 Points
39 Taylor Knox – 9 Points
38 Blake Thornton – 10 Points
37 Luke Munro – 11 Points
36 Drew Courtney – 12 Points
35 CJ Hobgood – 13 Points
34 Kieren Perrow – 14 Points
33 Dale Staples – 15 Points
32 Fredrick Patacchia – 73 Points
31 Bobby Martinez – 74 Points
20 Tanner Gudauskas – 75 Points
29 Nate Yeomans – 76 Points
28 Jay Thompson – 77 Points
27 Luke Stedman – 78 Points
26 Chris Davidson – 79 Points
25 Joan Duru – 80 Points
24 Ben Dunn – 81 Points
23 Dean Morrison – 82 Points
22 Travis Logie – 83 Points
21 Neco Padaratz – 84 Points
20 Kelly Slater – 85 Points
19 Tim Reyes – 86 Points
18 Kekoa Bacalso – 87 Points
17 Michel Bourez – 88 Points
16 Matt Wilkinson – 97 Points
15 Adrian Buchan – 98 Points
14 Dusty Payne – 99 Points
13 Tiago Pires – 100 Points
12 Mick Fanning – 101 Points
11 Brett Simpson – 102 Points
10 Andy Irons – 103 Points
9 Owen Wright – 104 Points
8 Dane Reynolds – 113 Points
7 Damien Hobgood – 114 Points
6 Adriano de Souza – 115 Points
5 Sean Holmes – 116 Points
4 Taj Burrow – 125 Points
3 Bede Durbidge – 126 Points
2 Adam Melling – 141 Points
1 Jordy Smith – 150 Points

VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)
VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)

Swell Forecast Looks Good for Billabong Pro JBay

After a long lay-off for ASP WCT contest, most spectators are eagerly awaiting the Billabong Pro at Jeffrey’s Bay.  This is the 5th spot on the ASP World Tour one that usually proves to be a showdown in the iconic right-handers. Early surf forecasts look very promising for solid surf and good conditions. 

THURSDAY 15th
SWELL/SURF: Solid SSW swell with 6-8’+ faces and a good chance for larger waves, if the storm continues to behave as fore.
WIND: Moderate SW wind.

FRIDAY 16th
SWELL/SURF: SSW swell ping off, but still fairly solid leftovers in the morning in the 4-7′ range (on the face). Smaller in the afternoon.
WIND: Moderate W wind.

SATURDAY 17th
SWELL/SURF: Possible slight reinforcing bump of SSW swell building through the afternoon for 5-7’+ faces, and possibly larger, if storm behaves as fore in the next few days.
WIND: Light WNW wind.

SUNDAY 18th
SWELL/SURF: SSW swell possibly remains up early, before ping off through the afternoon for more 5-7′ faces in the morning, if storm behaves as fore in the next few days.
WIND: Light to moderate N/NW wind in the morning, becoming WNW for the afternoon.

Watch Last Year’s Final 2009 Billabong Pro J-Bay
 


VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)
VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)