ASP Fiji Pro

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Joel Parkinson will be hoping to extend his 2012 ASP Tour lead in Fiji. Image courtesy of adelaidenow.com.au

Good mates Joel Parkinson and Mick Fanning are hot on each other’s heals in this year’s ASP World Tour Title race heading into the next tour event in Fiji. Parkinson is yet to win an event this year yet leads his compatriot after a string of consistent performance that has included two second places in Brazil and Bells Beach. Fanning and Parkinson have endured two classic battles this season after Fanning beat Parkinson to claim the 2012 Bells Beach Title, while Parkinson ended Fanning’s run in the semi-finals of the Rio Pro in Brazil.

 

Aussies dominate the world championship leader board holding four of the five top places with Josh Kerr  and Taj Burrow sandwiched between Brazil’s Adriano De Souza  in third and fourth place respectively.

 

Eleven times World Champion Kelly Slater  has had a disappointing start to the year yet is still highly fancied to claim the coveted FIJI Pro along with Rio Pro winner John John Florence . 

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