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Tyler Wright winning the Vans US. Photo ASP/ Kenny Morris.
Tyler Wright winning the Vans US. Photo ASP/ Kenny Morris.

Lennox Head surfer Tyler Wright collected her first victory of the season winning the Vans US Open of Surfing and defeating Stephanie Gilmore in the final on Sunday August 2. Wright built her lead of an 8.67 (out of ten) and followed up with a 6.10 to take the win and moves to World No 3 on the rankings. The Vans US Open of Surfing is the sixth of 10 ASP Women’s World Championship Tour events on the calendar, offering crucial points towards surfers’ rankings.

Photo ASP/ Kenny Morris.

 


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