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OCEAN BEACH, San Francisco/California (Monday, October 31, 2011): The world’s best surfers have converged upon the ‘City by the Bay’ for Stop No. 10 of 11 on the 2011 ASP World Title Series, the Rip Curl Pro Search San Francisco,
No need to re-hype Kolohe Andino; he’s creating enough of that on his own by dominating the 4- and 6-star ASP events. Early this week we talked up his move to the 2012 ASP Dream Tour, which would make all of these final 2011 events basically the surfing version of victory laps, but recent news from the ASP has changed all of that: turns out they miscalculated, and points from Kolohe’s early-season wins might be too outdated to count toward a Dream Tour spot.
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…
Brazil must be feeling a little left behind today. This past Saturday at the SuperSurf Internacional in Sao Paolo it was all-American and all Skullcandy, as rising star Kolohe Andino went head-to-head against his teammate Tanner Gudauskas in the final heat.