2014 Fiji Pro Update

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2014 Fiji Pro Update

2014 Fiji Pro Update
The clock is ticking, and the world’s best tube riders are currently twiddling their thumbs in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, waiting in anticipation for the 2014 Fiji Pro to start. But the swell? Yeah, that ain’t cooperating just yet. But don’t let a long-range swell forecast from the best in the biz rattle your cage. Mother Nature is a fickle beast and can flip the script faster than you think. If history is any indicator, Fiji has easily earned its reputation as one of the best locations in the world to pull on a jersey, and this year is no different.

2014 Fiji Pro Update

In any sporting event, spectators love wipeouts, wrecks, crashes, and carnage. As we all saw in the women’s event, Fiji can break your face. The ladies charged and some paid the price, but man, wasn’t that fun to watch? When the men hit the lineup expect to see blood, guts, and glory. Hopefully nothing serious, but just enough to keep us all glued to our computers and hope for what we saw in the 2012 Fiji Pro (above).

2014 Fiji Pro UpdatePhoto: ASP

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