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Round 4 of the Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali On Live at Keramas :: Pro Surfing News

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Andrew Doheny (USA) was one of the most exciting surfers to watch in Round 3 yesterday. Pic ASP/Dunbar

KERAMAS, Bali/Indonesia (Saturday, October 13, 2012) – The 2012 Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali is back on at Keramas with clean 4 foot (1.5 – 2 meter) surf on offer. The call has been made to run Round 4 with the Quarterfinals, Semifinals and Final on stand-by. There’s a chance the event will finish today and a new ASP World Junior Champion will be crowned.

“Round 4 is on and everything else is on stand-by,” said Al Hunt, ASP World Junior Championships Tour Manager. “There’s still plenty of good waves out there, but it’s a dying swell so we will just keep assessing conditions all day.”

The Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali will run from October 6 – 17. For LIVE webcast, event videos and more check www.oakleyprojunior.com.

HEAT 1: Ezekiel Lau (HAW) vs. Carlos Munoz (CRI)
HEAT 2: Evan Thompson (USA) vs. Wade Carmichael (AUS)
HEAT 3: Caue Wood (BRA) vs. Cooper Chapman (AUS)
HEAT 4: Andrew Doheny (USA) vs. Keanu Asing (HAW)
HEAT 5: Jack Freestone (AUS) vs. Arashi Kato (JPN)
HEAT 6: Kalani David (HAW) vs. Connor Coffin (USA)
HEAT 7: Italo Ferreira (BRA) vs. Frederico Morais (PRT)
HEAT 8: Ramzi Boukhiam (MAR) vs. Thomas Woods (AUS)

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