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Small surf but beautiful conditions at the North Shore. Photo: WSL / Cestari
Small Surf Prompts Another Lay Day, Swell in the Horizon
Billabong Pipe Masters

Small Surf Prompts Another Lay Day, Swell in the Horizon

Dec 13, 2015

Continued small, one-to-two foot (0.5 - 1 metre) surf making its way into Pipeline has prompted event organizers to call the Billabong Pipe Masters off for the day.

The final stop on the 2015 Samsung Galaxy WSL Championship Tour as well as the Vans Triple Crown (a WSL Specialty Series), will decide the 2015 WSL Title and projected swell for the coming days promises an incredible culmination to a dramatic season.

“Small surf again today but we’re looking at some good swell coming this week,” WSL Commissioner Kieren Perrow said. “We’ll be back tomorrow to make another assessment, but it’s looking like the swell will begin to fill in on Tuesday.”


FORECAST


Organizers will reconvene tomorrow morning at 7:00am to assess conditions.

Gabriel Medina (BRA) will battle to keep his hopes of defending the World Title against Jordy Smith (ZAF) in the opening heat of the elimination Round 3 when competition commences.


Round 3 Match-Ups

Congratulations to the new WSL Champ, Adriano de Souza

Final Day Highlights - Adriano Takes it All

Gabriel Medina Wins the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing

Final Day Photos

De Souza’s World Title Winning Interview

Mick Fanning’s Last Minute Quarterfinal Wave

Adriano de Souza wins 2015 WSL World Title

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