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Caio Ibelli & Leila Hurst crowned World Junior champs
Hurst and Ibelli  ASP / Kirstin
 




Billabong World Junior Surfing Championships

Event 3 of 3, ASP World Jnr Tour
Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, Australia
21 - 29 January 2012

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Ibelli And Hurst Claim ASP World Junior Titles At The Billabong World Junior Championships

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 28 January, 2012 : - - Burleigh Heads -- Caio Ibelli (BRA) and Leila Hurst (HAW) have claimed the Men's and Women's ASP World Junior Titles at the Billabong World Junior Championships today. The pair join a prestigious list of former ASP World Junior Champions, including: Adriano De Souza (BRA), Joel Parkinson (AUS), Andy Irons (AUS), Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS) and Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS). Wade Carmichael (AUS) and Alessa Quizon (HAW) were also amongst the winners today, taking out the third and final event of the ASP World Junior Title Series, the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships.
 
The Men's ASP World Junior Title race saw all the frontrunners bow out early today with Jack Freestone (AUS) eliminated by Medi Veminardi (REU) and Ian Gouveia (BRA) taken out by Wade Carmichael (AUS) in the Quarterfinals. Carmichael had a sensational outing at Burleigh Heads this week, gaining entry into the event with a win at the Von Zipper trials and then sticking it to the world's best junior surfers with a win at the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships.
 
Another frontrunner, Garrett Parkes (AUS), needed to advance out of today's Quarterfinals to clinch the 2011 ASP World Junior Title, but was halted by South American sensation Filipe Toledo (BRA). Parkes's ousting in the Quarterfinals resulted in a tie with Caio Ibelli (BRA) for the top spot on the ASP World Junior Title rankings, requiring a "Surf-Off" to determine the champion.
 
Caio Ibelli (BRA) started the Surf-Off with a couple of minor scores, it was clear that he was going for something big. Garret Parkes (AUS) on the other hand started chipping away at the lead, posting some scores in the good range to give him an early lead. Ibelli found a wave that linked up and unleashed some solid carves and a massive air-reverse to score an 8.67 (out of a possible 10), to swing momentum his way and take the lead. Parkes had a last minute chance to claim the prestigious ASP World Junior title, needing a 7.58 (out of a possible 10), but fell less than a point short after he too landed a nice air-reverse.

 


Garrett Parkes ASP / KIrstin


 
"I'm so stoked to bring the ASP World Junior Title back to Brazil!" Ibelli said. "I feel so amazing now! I didn't know I had another opportunity to win, I just found out this morning. I want to thank my family, my friends and Oakley for their support. Garrett (Parkes) is a good surfer and he's at home in Australia so I knew I had to do my best."
 
Garrett Parkes, who missed out on qualifying for the ASP World Junior Tour in 2010, finished his junior career on a high at number 2 in the world. Parkes now has been given a priority seeding into the ASP Star and Prime events to help his chances of Qualifying for the elite ASP World Tour.
 
"I'm pretty devastated because I put a lot of hard work in," Parkes said. "I gave it all I could, I tried my best and I still lost. The Surf-Off was great, it gave me a second chance, but I didn't capitalise on it. It's better than doing a count back because this way it comes down to surfing."
 
Wade Carmichael (AUS) and Nathan Carvalho (HAW) were perfectly matched and put on an exciting Final at the Billabong World Junior Championships that won't soon be forgotten. As the clock was counting down the final seconds, Carmichael was left needing a mid-range score, he took off on a smaller wave and blasted one of the biggest fins-free turns of the event. The siren went and both surfers were floating in the lineup waiting for the scores to be announced. Carmichael only caught 2 waves in the 30 minute final, but that's all it took for him to claim an epic come-from-behind victory.

 


Wade Carmichael ASP / Kirstin


 
"I'm over the moon right now, this is the best day of my life!" Carmichael said. "I've been training for this for the last few months, I wanted to have a big year and this is unbelievable. I wasn't nervous that whole heat, even though I was sitting waiting for that second wave for a long time. But I was really nervous and freaking out after the heat while I was waiting for the score to be announced. Then they said I won and it was the best feeling."
 
Leila Hurst (HAW) was one of three surfers in the running for the ASP Women's World Junior Title this morning, but was the last one standing after front-runner Joanne Defay (FRA) lost her Quarterfinal clash. Then Philippa Anderson (AUS) bowed out of the race when she finished runner-up in the event, as she needed to win the final to claim the crown.
 
"I never want to be in that position again," Hurst said. "Watching a final and having no control over if I won the ASP World Title or if I lost. I was feeling so much pressure. I'm losing my mind right now, I never thought I had a chance to win this. I've only just started to do well in contests again after a run of bad results, so I had low self-esteem coming into this event. It's feel great to see what winning feels like again."

 


Leila Hurst & Alessa Quizon ASP / Kirstin


 
Alessa Quizon (HAW) handed the ASP World Junior Title to fellow Hawaiian when she defeated the last contender in the Final of the Billabong World Junior Championships. Quizon had been a standout performer all event, using her vertical backhand snaps to build up some big scores in each round, punctuating her performance with a solid 7.50 (out of a possible 10) in the final to win the event.
 
"I feel really happy, this is the best result I've had in a long time," Quizon said. "I'm so happy that Leila (Hurst) won the ASP World Junior Title. A Hawaiian gets to take the title home, I'm really stoked for her!"
 
The top four surfers on the ASP World Junior Ratings get priority seeding into all ASP Prime and Star event in 2012.
 
1. Caio Ibelli (BRA)
2. Garrett Parkes (AUS)
3. Davey Cathels (AUS)
4. Jack Freestone (AUS)
 

 


Medi Veminardi ASP / KIrstin


 

2011 ASP WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPION SURF-OFF RESULTS:

Caio Ibelli (BRA) 14.74 def. Garrett Parkes (AUS) 14.00
 
BILLABONG WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD COAST MEN'S FINAL RESULTS:
Wade Carmichael (AUS) 11.17 def. Nathan Carvalho (HAW) 10.63
 
BILLABONG WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD COAST MEN'S SEMIFINAL RESULTS:
SF 1: Wade Carmichael (AUS) 11.84 def Medi Veminardi (REU) 8.66
SF 2: Nathan Carvalho (HAW) 16.50 def. Filipe Toledo (BRA) 15.26
 
BILLABONG WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD COAST MEN'S QUARTERFINAL RESULTS:
QF 1: Medi Veminardi (REU) 12.00 def. Jack Freestone (AUS) 11.50
QF 2: Wade Carmichael (AUS) 14.27 def. Ian Gouveia (BRA) 7.00
QF 3: Filipe Toledo (BRA) 15.74 def. Garrett Parkes (AUS) 14.44
QF 4: Nathan Carvalho (HAW) 12.13 def. Dean Bowen (AUS) 9.60
 
BILLABONG WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD COAST WOMEN'S FINAL RESULT:
Alessa Quizon (HAW) 13.67 def. Philippa Anderson (AUS) 8.67
 
BILLABONG WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD COAST WOMEN'S SEMIFINAL RESULTS:
SF 1: Philippa Anderson (AUS) 15.10 def. Nage Melamed (HAW) 9.34
SF 2: Alessa Quizon (HAW) 13.80 def. Leila Hurst (HAW) 6.94
 
BILLABONG WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD COAST WOMEN'S QUARTERFINAL RESULTS:
QF 1: Philippa Anderson (AUS) 13,07 def. Sarah Mason (NZL) 10.83
QF 2: Nage Melamed (HAW) 15.00 def. Joanne Defay (FRA) 12.67
QF 3: Leila Hurst (HAW) 15.67 def. Felicity Palmateer (AUS) 14.76
QF 4: Alessa Quizon (HAW) 10.83 def. Sarah Baum (ZAF) 8.97
 

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Day 1   Day 2   Day 3   Day 4   Day 5+6   Day 7   Day 8


 

Previous reports:
# 1 :
ASP World Junior Champs to be crowned at Burleigh
# 2 :
Billabong World Junior Champs launch this Saturday
# 3 :
Matt Lewis-Hewitt replaces injured Cathels for WJC
# 4 :
Wade Carmichael wins Von Zipper trials, enters WJC
# 5 : Action & upsets Day 1 of Billabong World Jnr Champs
# 6 : Women rule 2011 Billabong WJSC Day 2 at Burleigh
# 7 : Caio Ibelli re-ignites on Day 3 of Billabong WJSC
# 8 : Stormy surf Day 4 of World Junior Surfing Champs
# 9 : Lay-Day called at Billabong World Jr Surfing Champs
# 10 : Big upsets at Billabong World Jr Surfing Champs 
# 11 : Race for women's title tight at Billabong World Jrs


The Billabong World Junior Championships Gold Coast decides the 2011 Men's and Women's ASP World Junior Champions. The Billabong World Junior Championship is supported by the Queensland Government, through Events Queensland. The Billabong World Junior Championships Gold Coast is brought to you by Monster Energy Drink, Sony, Events QLD, Sony Ericsson, VonZipper, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, ASL magazine and Burleigh Boardriders.

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