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World of Freesports
April 16, 2011 AT 10:31 AM
The O'Neill Cold Water Classic Scotland continues to revel in stunning conditions at Thurso! Following a lay day yesterday, the 6 Star ASP event kicked off at 8.30am on this sunny Friday morning at Thurso East in a solid 6 foot swell. Contest director Dave Reed finished off Round 1, moved through Round 2 and into the first two heats of Round 3 in another long day of surfing that made the most of the long days in this northern Scottish location. 'Expect the unexpected' is a saying that all surfers and spectators have learnt to embrace at this competition. But this year the unexpected has come in the form of sunny good weather, light winds and epic Thurso East conditions. Among the stand-outs today were New Zealand surfer Richard Christie who scored a heat total of 17.17 in Round 2, and Frenchman Joan Duru who progressed through to the man-on-man heats of the 4th Round. Yesterday's 10 point ride scorer British surfer, Micah Lester continued his run today to move into Round 3.