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Hat-trick Of Wins For Australian Constable
The penultimate event of the Hyundai Pro Longboard Tour 2011 was held at one of our favourite summer holiday destinations, Mt Maunganui. A location renowned for its warm waters, classic white sand beaches, and perfect longboarding waves.
The long summer days are becoming noticeably shorter as the sun dips to the horizon in the early evening. The swell certainly hung around the whole weekend with a consistent 2-3ft wave offering very contestable conditions for the surfers to show off their skills.
Event No 5, Port Waikato is the Final event on the Tour and is to be held on the 4th & 5th March. Stay tuned to see the Champions crowned for 2011!
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