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Locals hammer at Margaret River Pro

The 2014 Drug Aware Margaret River Pro is stop #2 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP Men’s World Championship Tour – the locals are hitting the waves hard and making a strong impression on their west coast brothers and sisters.

Stephanie Gilmore of Tweed Heads, Gold Coast, Australia (pictured), advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia in Round 1 at Margaret River. Photo ASP  Kelly Cestari

Stephanie Gilmore of Tweed Heads advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia defeating Paige Hareb (NZL) and Pauline Ado (FRA) in Round 1 at Margaret River yesterday. Photo ASP Kelly Cestari.

 

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Mick Fanning of Coolangatta advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia, defeating Nathan Hedge (AUS) and Matt Wilkinson (AUS) in Round 1 – Photo ASP Kelly Cestari,

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Adam Melling of Lennox Head advanced into Round 3 of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia, defeating Joel Parkinson (AUS) and Mitch Coleborn (AUS) in Round 1 at Margaret River. Photo – ASP / Kelly Cestari

 

 


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