Billabong ASP World Junior Championships Men’s Round 2 Underway

NORTH NARRABEEN, New South Wales/Australia (Monday, January 10, 2011) – The Billabong ASP World Junior Championships men’s competition is back on this morning with Round 2 in stormy two-to-three foot (.5 metre) waves at North Narrabeen Beach after yesterday’s competition saw the women’s Semifinalists decided.

The Billabong ASP World Junior Championships is the final stop on the inaugural ASP World Junior Tour with the first event unfolding at the Oakley World Pro Junior in Bali.

“We had a great day of competition yesterday and we still have waves on offer today,” Pritamo Ahrendt, Billabong ASP World Junior Championships Head Judge Said. “We saw several standout performances from surfers who were relegated to Round 2 on the opening day and are expecting to see some exciting surfing today.”

Round 1 of the men’s Billabong ASP World Junior Championships saw Brazilian upstart Miguel Pupo (BRA), 18, punt several impressive aerials to notch the round’s top scores while current ASP World Junior Tour rankings leader Jack Freestone (AUS), 18, and defending event champion Maxime Huscenot (FRA), 18, both earned opening round victories as well.

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The Billabong ASP World junior Championships fuelled by Monster Energy is made possible with the support of Sony, Volkswagon, VonZipper, Nixon, Australia’s Surfing Life Magazine, Manly Warringah Council and NSW Sport and Recreation.