Sunday, 20th April
The mens division of the Ripcurl Pro kicked off yesterday with round 1 being completed. Favourable conditions are forecast again today so look for the contest to kick off around 10am NZ time.
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Finally some sun! Average conditions out West today with strong onshore winds making for sloopy conditions.
East Cape South has a few waves in the 1-2 foot range, but look for the spots that are offshore or sheltered in a NW wind
East Cape south is the pick of the bunch today with surf in the 3-4 foot range and offshore winds forecast all day! Get out there!!
There will be plenty of options for waves this weekend, so check out the reports and cams and plan your next roady!
Michel Bourez has taken out the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro by defeating Josh Kerr in the final!
In other news NZ's Kehu Butler has finished 7th at the World Junior Champs in Ecuador! Well done Kehu! Read more here http://surf.co.nz/news/local-news/2014/4/3653-new-zealand-junior-team-exit-world-champs-butler-7
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