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"Getting ready was pretty wild in this weather," said Glenn Hall. "I was in an extra large raincoat that our accommodation provided us while I was waiting for my heat. I could hardly move under it, but it was all good." Glenn posted the highest score of the competition so far - an 8.83 - with solid surfing in the clean 4 foot conditions. "I've freesurfed every morning since I've been here and found a little spot that works for me," he said. "I feel like it's a massive bonus knowing where I am in the lineup."© 2014 O'Neill
Despite the relentless rain, the locals flocked to the beach on this Canadian Thanksgiving day to watch one of the local heroes Noah Cohen take to the water and narrowly miss out on advancing to the next round despite some impressive surfing. However they were still given quite a show with the likes of Cory Lopez, Yadin Nicol and Julian Wilson in the water today - Julian of course having some fun with his progressive surfing. "I love it here," said Julian. "I am really enjoying it. Plus, these wetsuits are so warm, you don't even notice the weather."© 2014 O'Neill
One of the most dramatic events of the day came not in the water, but out of it, as Royden Bryson, the current leader in the O'Neill Cold Water Classic Series rankings and the $50,000 that comes with it, failed to turn up for his heat in this 6-Star ASP event today. Second placed Stuart Kennedy, and fourth placed Dion Atkinson have already passed through this round of 96 with, currently 3rd in the rankings, looking to get in the water tomorrow to take over the lead from Royden.© 2014 O'Neill
With two events already down the “Dream Tour” is well underway for 2014.
Ferg talks about his eclectic quiver of surfboards before putting them through their paces in some of the best waves the North Atlantic has to offer
Internationally renowned filmmaker Kepa Acero comes to Cornwall to host a very special event as part of the Approaching Lines Festival.
Sandy barrels beat the grind hands-down but the heartbeat of competition never stops pulsing.
A Dublin fire fighter and his obsession with Ireland’s biggest and deadliest wave.