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Burrow wins Hurley Pro Trestles

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Taj Burrow of Yallingup, Western Australia,  celebrates his victory at the Hurley Pro Trestles defeating fellow Aussie Julian Wilson in a hard fought final posting a 17.07 to 15.97 total heat score (both out of 20.00) yesterday in California.

The Hurley Pro Trestles is stop seven of 10 on the  ASP World Championship Tour and has a waiting period of September 15–21, 2013.  The defending champion was Kelly Slater (USA).

~ Photos ASP – Kirstin Scholtz

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