The Jack’s Surfboards Pro Finals Day is ON

Courtesy of WSL – World Surf League

– Round Four set to begin the action
– Champion crowned by day’s end

Former Championship Tour (CT) competitor Patrick Gudauskas (USA) is up first in Round Four, Heat 1 for a chance at the Jack’s Surfboards Pro QS1,500 title.
Credit: © WSL / Nilson Baptista
Location:    Huntington Beach Pier, Huntington Beach, California
Event window: March 31 – April 2
Today’s call: Finals Day is ON
Conditions: 3 – 4 feet

HUNTINGTON BEACH, California/USA (Sunday, April 2, 2017) – It’s finals day at the World Surf League (WSL) Jack’s Surfboards Pro Qualifying Series (QS) 1,500 in more fun conditions. The action will pick up with Round Four, Heat 1 and the inaugural champion will be crowned today. North America Tour Manager Brian Robbins and event organizers are ready to get things underway.

“Yesterday’s conditions were all-time for an event and today is looking a little smaller, but really clean and good waves on offer for finals day,” Robbins said. “We’re starting with Round Four and will run all the way through to the Finals today so it’s an exciting day in store. The surfers left in the draw range from former Championship Tour (CT) competitors, to up-and-coming guys looking for their first win. It should be a great day of competition and we’re looking forward to crowning our champion.”

Action begins with Patrick Gudauskas (USA) in a stacked heat with event standout Gabriel Andre (BRA), an in-form Noah Schweizer (USA) and up-and-comer Jhonny Corzo (MEX).

Top names are still left in the draw including No. 1 seed Torrey Meister (USA), former CT competitors Keanu Asing (HAW), Brett Simpson (USA) and Nate Yeomans (USA), and next generation surfers such as Jordy Collins (USA), Barron Mamiya (HAW), and Matt Passaquindici (USA).

Four countries remain to round out an international field including Japan, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico.

Tune in LIVE at, or by downloading the WSL App to stream on your mobile device, to witness all the Huntington Beach action.

Upcoming Jack’s Surfboards Pro QS1,500 Round Four Matchups:
Heat 1: Patrick Gudauskas (USA), Gabriel Andre (BRA), Noah Schweizer (USA), Jhonny Corzo (MEX)
Heat 2: Dylan Goodale (HAW), Renan Peres (BRA), Kekoa Cazimero (HAW), Hizunome Bettero (BRA)
Heat 3: Nicolas Vargas (CHL), Rey Hernandez (MEX), Manuel Selman (CHL), Chris Ward (USA)
Heat 4: Skip McCullough (USA) Namor Cayres (BRA), Jordy Collins (USA), Keanu Asing (HAW)
Heat 5: Torrey Meister (HAW), Thiago Gimaraes (BRA), Yuji Nishi (JPN), Braden Jones (USA)
Heat 6: Barron Mamiya (HAW), Jeremy Carter (USA), Kiron Jabour (HAW), Matt Passaquindici (USA)
Heat 7: Crosby Colapinto (USA), Kei Kobayashi (USA), Kilian Garland (USA), Brett Simpson (USA)
Heat 8: Nathan Yeomans (USA), Kevin Schulz (USA), Eithan Osborne (USA), Arashi Kato (JPN)


About the World Surf League
The World Surf League (WSL), formerly the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), is dedicated to celebrating the world’s best surfing on the world’s best waves through a variety of best-in-class audience platforms. The League, headquartered in Santa Monica, is a truly global sport with regional offices in Australasia, Africa, North America, South America, Hawaii, Japan and Europe.

The WSL has been championing the world’s best surfing since 1976, running global events across the Men’s and Women’s Championship Tours, the Big Wave Tour, Qualifying Series, Junior and Longboard Championships, as well as the WSL Big Wave Awards. The League possesses a deep appreciation for the sport’s rich heritage while promoting progression, innovation and performance at the highest levels.

Showcasing the world’s best surfing on its digital platform at as well as the free WSL app, the WSL has a passionate global fan base with millions tuning in to see world-class athletes like Mick Fanning, John John Florence, Stephanie Gilmore, Greg Long, Gabriel Medina, Carissa Moore, Makua Rothman, Kelly Slater, Adriano de Souza and more battle on the most unpredictable and dynamic field of play of any sport in the world.

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