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Day 4 HD Aerial Finals Highlights

Beautiful Day 4 HD Aerial Finals Highlights filmed and edited by our live webcast team from Aerial Media Productions (AMP)
www.aerialmedianj.com

Water footage provided by Christor Lukasiewicz Photography
www.christorphotography.com

World Surf League
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Day 4 Finals: 2015 Pacifico Belmar Pro Ends with Great Conditions!

If you asked anyone within the few days leading up to the start of the 2015 Belmar Pro their outlook on the wave forecast for the event, you would have been met with plenty of discouragement and little faith in the wave outlook. But among the BP staff, we know better than to *assume* anything and simply wake up the morning of each contest and greet the ocean with what it gives us. Because some how, some way (we are starting to wonder if contest director and owner of Eastern Lines Surf Shop, Don Tarrant, signed some secret deal, in blood, to make SURE we have waves) … waves happen! There IS a reason we schedule the event when we do every year and this year justified that factor in the most literal, ironic and magical of ways: Read More

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3x Champ Michael Dunphy

2015 Days 1-3 Photo Highlights

While Day 4’s photos are “under the knife” and the wrap-up compiled, enjoy a highlights sample of photos from Days 1-3. Read More

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Day 3 Finishes Strong Just In Time For Incoming Weather

Day Three of the 2015 Pacifico Belmar Pro continued the momentum of surprisingly fun and very contestable waves thanks to the long period swell from Tropical Storm Henri. Solid chest to shoulder high sets with glassy conditions held out for 3/4 of the day till the wind switched onshore in the afternoon and as the tide dropped, however, that did not hinder us from grinding out heats, ending just in time for a fresh nasty weather cell to march in on top of us! Read More

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