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World of Freesports
October 12, 2010 AT 12:00 PM
The first competition day of the O'Neill Cold Water Classic Canada 2010 had to be cancelled due to wild storms. But due to the high tide which covered the entire beach, they just got through to heat 4 today. Australian former World Tour surfer, Jarrad Howse got things going in the first heat, posting the highest wave score, 8.17, and highest heat total of the day. Last year's CWC Canada winner and Tofino local, Peter gave the crowds on the beach a little bit of a fright as he looked set to be knocked out of his first round heat, before calmly pulling out the score he needed in the dying minutes behind one of the standouts of the morning - Timmy Reyes. Also in the water and going through top of his heat was Australian Stuart Kennedy - currently second in the running for the O'Neill Cold Water Classic Series title and just back from an ankle injury.