1. Adam Melling (Aus) Wins RD1 Rip Curl Pro Heat

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    BELLS BEACH, Victoria/Australia (Wednesday, April 20, 2011) – The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach presented by Ford Ranger, the second stop on the 2011 ASP World Title season, with Round 1 underway in pumping four-to-six foot (1.5 to 2 metre waves) at the iconic break of Bells Beach. World no.13 Adam Melling (Lennox Head, Aus) opened quickly with a 7.33 score to put Josh Kerr (Gold Coast, Aus) and world no.2 Taj Burrow (W.A.) on the back foot from his opening ride in the second heat of round one.. The 26 year-old then used his final ride a 7.17 to secure victory and a round three berth. Kerr and Burrow relegated into the sudden death round two heats. A late challenge, by Kerr not enough for victory and an in-form Burrow failing to capitalize on his opening maneuvers to finish third. Melling said the match-up was always going to be tough one. Melling added that it was great to see classic Bells conditions for the opening round of the Rip Curl Pro. Former two time world champion Mick Fanning enjoyed a strong opening round win to advance directly into round three - vision to be included in main feed later today. Up later this morning will be ten time world champion Kelly Slater (USA) and former event champion Joel Parkinson (Aus). The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach presented by FORD will be webcast LIVE via www.live.ripcurl.com and broadcast live on Fuel TV in Australia and ESPN in Brazil. The Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach presented Ford Fiesta is on standby today and will open up with Chelsea Hedges (AUS), 27, Sofia Mulanovich (PER), 27, and Rebecca Woods (BRA), 26, in Heat 1 of Round 1 when competition commences.

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    • a few days in puerto rico

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      a quick trip to puerto rico

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      • Amp Trailer

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        Amp is the latest ASL DVD and can be found on the cover of ASL 274, which goes on sale May 18. Amp features the best sessions from an awesome Aussie summer. Check out the best that TC Vania had to give in Queensland, thrill to desert pits with Mick and Joel and head West to soak up all the action from Cyclone Bianca. If that ain't enough we road trip with the best juniors in the land, and head to North Straddie with the Parkinson clan. You don't wanna miss this one.

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        • A Night For Scozza

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          • A Quick Break Part 2

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            Quicksilver Pro Round 2 & Free surfing

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            • Arnette Welcomes Josh Kerr To Global Surf Team

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              Arnette is excited to announce that Josh Kerr, is bringing his signature style and personality to the Arnette global surf team. A Gold Coast native, Kerr is known as much for his top ASP Tour finishes as he is for his signature aerials. A 2011 SURFER Poll award winner, Kerr’s style in and out of the water make him a perfect match with the Arnette family.

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              • A SeamusMakim Showreel

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                A collection of images from all around the world shot and Edited by Seamus Makim. Places include Australia, Philippines, Hawaii & Canary Islands. More works http://thephlow.blogspot.com/

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                • ASL+KERRZY+NY

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                  ASL catches up with Josh Kerr after his Round One win for a chat about Chopes, punts and New York livin'.

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                  • August Issue 2011 Surfing Magazine

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                    “Whoa. Nobody’s doing that.” August Issue 2011 Surfing MagazineThis issue took shape around that reverent exclamation. Around unique and remarkable things that made us stop in our robot tracks for a second to actually think: Well, would you look at that? Hmm, how ‘bout that? Shit, check that out. And then…whoa. Nobody’s doing that. Nobody was turning heads at Pipe on a Monday and then back galloping toward art-world acclaim by, say, Thursday afternoon — except Danny Fuller; and nobody was caring less while quietly doing more than Josh Kerr; and nobody was even approaching whatever the hell Christian Fletcher has called day-to-day life for the past three decades; etc. There were more examples than pages in the magazine. But then we realized: Nobody’s done Andy right. Nobody’s said what we think needs to be said about the man and his life and his death. Nobody’s spoken for us and for people who feel the way we did…do…about Andy Irons (and if you’re still picking up this magazine every month, you might well be one of those people). In the atom bomb of sadness and controversy and publicity-seeking that followed Andy’s passing last November, plenty has been said and whispered, written and blogged, assumed and speculated. So much noise. None of it striking quite the right chord. None of it leaving us with the feeling that we still have when we think of Andy. That is until staff writer Chas Smith walked through my door, sat in my office — the very same office I was in when punched with the initial news of Andy’s death — and read, aloud, an early draft of his rather poetic ode to AI [Andy’s Way, pg 90]. As he read, I recalled things about Andy. Memories flooded back. Admiration welled up again, even in spite of many months in which the outside world has attempted to sully Andy and drag him through the streets and use his demise to push an agenda that was never his own. And I finally felt close to satisfied. What Chas has written is not perfect and it is not academically exhaustive and it is not “investigative journalism,” but I assure you the piece hits its target. It is meant as nothing more than a reminder — for us, you and I, the ones who knew an Andy no coroner’s report can touch. The ones who remember him for being complex and sincere and amazing, the everlasting definition of passion and spontaneity in and out of the water — something we greatly miss and will always appreciate. No matter what. The piece belongs in SURFING Magazine. It isn’t for those on the outside trying to sling mud or rubberneck, though Andy’s tragedy opens the door for plenty of that as well. It’s just for us: actual surfers who care to be reminded of the intense, fevered man who’s become, for better or worse, immortal. Because we’re pretty sure nobody’s doing that, either. —Travis Ferré

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                    • Azores Part II

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                      More fun in the sun Azores Island Acton...

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