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Skullcandy team surfer Kolohe Andino has had a great trip to Brazil to say the least, winning back to back ASP 6-star events and cementing a spot on next year’s Dream Tour. With his wins from an all-American final at the Supersurf Internacional and now another at the Quiksilver Brazil Open, not to mention two four-star events and multiple quarter- and semi-final appearances, this young rider has proven in the past year that he has what it takes to compete at the highest level.
Good thing, because this most recent victory rockets Kolohe from 34th just last week to 24th in the ASP World Rankings, guaranteeing him entry to the 2012 ASP Dream Tour where he’ll have to match skills with surfing’s A-list. But with his father Dino (who was a World Tour competitor in the 90’s) and his coach Mike Parsons having his back, Kolohe has a great support team to prepare him for what’s coming. Combine that with his amazing natural talent, and we’re looking forward to seeing what he’ll bring against the world’s best in 2012. We’re starting to sound like a broken record here, but Skullcandy offers our most heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to Kolohe Andino. Well done brother!
UPDATE: A miscalculation by ASP officials has changed Kolohe’s status, and he’s still in need of points to make the Dream Tour in 2012. Read more about it here: Kolohe Andino at the Coldwater Classic: Live Feed