SURFING stars (from left to right) Barton Lynch, Pat O’Connell, Chris Friend, Mitch Crews, Chris Salisbury, Davey Cathels, Nat Young and Bob Hurley at the launch of the Hurley Burleigh Pro Junior event. Photo: CRYSTAL SPENCER. d103840a
SURFING stars (from left to right) Barton Lynch, Pat O’Connell, Chris Friend, Mitch Crews, Chris Salisbury, Davey Cathels, Nat Young and Bob Hurley at the launch of the Hurley Burleigh Pro Junior event. Photo: CRYSTAL SPENCER. d103840a

Surf's up for internationals

INTERNATIONAL competitors dominated the action during day one of the 2010 Hurley Burleigh Pro Junior.

Coming from the same Hawaiian Island as three-time World Champion Andy Irons, Dylan Goodale, 18, sent a warning shot to his rivals registering a day high combined two-wave total of 15.08.

“It wasn’t quite the Burleigh Heads that I’ve heard so much about, but it was still fun on the beach break despite not being able to surf the point,” Goodale said yesterday.

The January 22-26 competition window of the 2010 Hurley Burleigh Pro Junior will have the event’s finals conclude amid the celebrations of Australia Day, bolstering the festival style atmosphere associated with Hurley surfing events.



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