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Joel Parkinson moves up in Hurley Pro Trestles

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Reigning ASP World Champion Joel Parkinson of Coolangatta bounced back from his Round 1 defeat to win his Round 2 exchange against wildcard Ian Crane (USA). Parkinson will surf again in Round 3.

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

~ Photo © ASP/ Kirstin Scholtz


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