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Jadson Andre Wins Big in Brazil!
ASP Dream Tour rookie Jadson Andre, 20, posted the biggest win of his budding career this past week by clinching ASP World Title event No. 3, the Billabong Pro Santa Catarina, over nine-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater, 38, in front of his adoring home crowd. The colossal victory posted by the youngest competitor on this year’s ASP Dream Tour catapulted the Brazilian rookie to ASP World Title No.4.

Slater Takes ASP World Title Ratings Lead
Nine-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater, 38, surpassed early-season ratings leader Taj Burrow, 31, to capture the ASP World Title No. 1 position after an impressive runner-up finish to Brazilian rookie Jadson Andre, 20, at the Billabong Pro Santa Catarina. The second place finish at the third stop on this year’s ASP World Title race marks back-to-back Final appearances for Slater after his win at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, showing that an unprecedented 10th ASP World Title is within the grasp of the Floridian icon.

PRIME TIME: 6.0 Lowers Pro Ready to Go!
The ASP PRIME 6.0 Lowers Pro is set to kickoff and with over 30 ASP Dream Tour surfers gearing up to combat the finest up-and-comers the globe has to offer at the iconic cobblestone pointbreak of Lower Trestles, this is going to be one event you won’t want to miss! With a load of ratings points on offer and this year’s One World rating settling in to play throughout the season, this year’s 6.0 Lowers Pro will have no shortage of action!

Jessi Miley-Dyer Stalks CBA Beachley Classic by ASL
The Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic, Stop No. 4 on the 2010 ASP Women's World Tour, is done and dusted, won by the unstoppable Stephanie Gilmore, 22, yet again. You've seen it on the news, you've read the press releases, but what went on behind the scenes. Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS), 23, current ASP Women's World No. 10, was on hand to report for Australia's Surfing Life Magazine (ASL) from behind the velvet rope. This...is her story...