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Dimity Stoyle wins the Evo Pro Junior in Victoria...

Dimity Stoyle : photo ASP/Robertson

Championship Moves
Presented by Chiko Pro Junior Men’s

Evo Pro Junior Women’s
Presented by Ghanda

ASP 3 Star Men's Pro Junior event
ASP 1 Star Women's Pro Junior event
Surfcoast, Victoria Australia
4 - 7 January 2011

Stoyle first winner of an ASP event in 2011

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 4 January, 2011 : - - Torquay -- Dimity Stoyle is the first Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) event winner for the 2011 season after winning the Evo Pro Junior in windswept and difficult small 0.5m (2 feet) waves at Jan Juc Beach today.

"What a start to my final year as a Pro Junior" said Doyle after the win. "I've had a terrible preparation really after cutting my foot in Hawaii and being out of the water for much of the past two months but I'm back and feeling great and to win the opening event is perfect - I want to win the series desperately and this is the start I was after"

"The waves were difficult but I'm familiar with windy small waves - we get a lot of this on the Sunny Coast and my boards are well tuned to these conditions!"  Stoyle demolished her three opponents in today's final opening with an excellent 8.5 ride, backing it up shortly after with a strong 7.5 point ride to hold a massive lead over her rivals.

Final scores saw Doyle on 16.00 out of a possible 20 to Newcastle NSW surfer Philippa Anderson on 14.20. Ellie-Jean Coffey (NSW) and Bronte Macaulay (WA) placed 3rd and 4th respectively.

About Championship Moves: The key objective of the campaign is to encourage behaviour change in young men aged 18-25 in order to reduce alcohol fuelled violence in our streets and entertainment venues. The key message of the campaign is that : Real champions look out for their mates; Real champions avoid confrontation and try to make sure their mates do too; Respect everyone’s right to a good night.

The campaign shows how making the right move by spotting trouble early and preventing it from escalating can make a real difference. It can save your mate’s or someone else’s life and it can keep you out of trouble.

The campaign identifies a range of common sense moves that young people can use to diffuse potentially violent situations. Example moves include ‘The Muzzle’, ‘The Receptionist’ and ‘ Waterboy’.  

Previous reports:
# 1 : ASP Pro Junior tour to kick off on Victoria's Surfcoast
# 2 : Oz new year kicks off with duel ASP Junior events
# 3 : Matt Lewis-Hewitt wins Championship Moves Pro Jr


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