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Soli Bailey at ASP World Junior Championships

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Soli Bailey ASP/PoullenotDamien Poullenot
Soli Bailey ASP/PoullenotDamien Poullenot

Local junior surfer Soli Bailey of Suffolk Park, placed equal fifth at the Allianz ASP World Junior Championships yesterday, Wednesday October 29, 2014.

Bailey was defeated by local hero Tomas Fernandes (PRT) in the quarterfinals.


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