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Another J-Bay lay day

2011-07-19 19:51
SA's Jordy Smith (File)
Jeffreys Bay - An overnight drop in swell has prompted event organisers to call a lay day for the Billabong Pro Jeffreys Bay in hopes of capitalising on improved conditions projected over the next several days.

Event No 4 of 11 on the 2011 ASP World Title season, the Billabong Pro Jeffreys Bay has completed Round 1 and the opening six heats of Round 2, selecting the very best conditions on offer for the world's best to sink their teeth into.

"Conditions this morning a looking less than inviting with only small inconsistent surf tracking through the lineup," said Rich Porta, ASP International Head Judge, said.

"The energy we've been monitoring for a few days now is looking a bit better on the charts and we'll be seeing a recommencement here in the next few days."

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