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Billabong Rio Pro Heat Draw

Billabong Rio Pro Waiting Period Begins May 7th

| posted on April 25, 2014
Jordy Smith en route to victory. Photo: ASP/Kirstin

Jordy Smith en route to victory. Photo: ASP/Kirstin

This post was updated on 5/6 due to changes in the heat draw.

Fresh off the completion of the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach, the 2014 ASP World Championship Tour now heads to the beachbreaks of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Below are all the details you’ll need in preparation for the event.

2014 Men’s Billabong Rio Pro Round 1 Heat Draw:
Heat 1: Adriano de Souza, Sebastian Zietz, Tiago Pires
Heat 2: Gabriel Medina, Adrian Buchan, Raoni Monteiro
Heat 3: Taj Burrow, Adam Melling, Brett Simpson
Heat 4: Joel Parkinson, Jeremy Flores, Glenn Hall
Heat 5: Kelly Slater, Mitch Crews, Peterson Crisanto
Heat 6: Mick Fanning, Kolohe Andino, David do Carmo
Heat 7: Josh Kerr, Bede Durbidge, Dion Atkinson
Heat 8: Jordy Smith, Fred Patacchia, Travis Logie
Heat 9: Julian Wilson, Filipe Toledo, Aritz Aranburu
Heat 10: Nat Young, Miguel Pupo, Alejo Muniz
Heat 11: Michel Bourez, Owen Wright, Jadson Andre
Heat 12: John John Florence, CJ Hobgood, Matt Wilkinson

2014 Rio Pro Round 1 Heat Draw:
Heat 1: Bianca Buitendag (ZAF), Coco Ho (HAW), Nikki Van Dijk (AUS)
Heat 2: Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS), Dimity Stoyle (AUS), Johanne Defay (FRA)
Heat 3: Carissa Moore (HAW), Paige Hareb (NZL), Silvana Lima (BRA)
Heat 4: Tyler Wright (AUS), Pauline Ado (FRA), Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW)
Heat 5: Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), Laura Enever (AUS), Alana Blanchard (HAW)
Heat 6: Lakey Peterson (USA), Malia Manuel (HAW), Aless Quizon (HAW)

INJURIES:
MEN: Kai Otton has withdrawn from the event due to the impending birth of his first child. He has been replaced in the draw by Glenn Hall.
WOMEN: Courtney Conlogue has withdrawn from the event due to her injured ankle. She has been replaced in the draw by Tatiana Weston-Webb.

EVENT WAITING PERIOD:
May 7-18, 2014

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS:
Jordy Smith & Tyler Wright

LIVE EVENT WEBSITE:
www.ASPWorldTour.com

TIME ZONE:
Rio is 1 hour ahead of the US East Coast and 4 hours ahead of the US West Coast. That means that 7am Wednesday May 7th in Rio is 6am May 7th in New York, and 3am May 7th in Los Angeles.

TRADE YOUR TEAM NOW:
Log on now to Fantasy Surfer to make your picks and be in the running for the grand prize from Turtle Bay Resort

  • James McCormack

    I,m a sk8a how do get me self! a bord 4 aqua!! then like full sponserSHIP!! N EVERY THING I LOOK GOOD!! N DANG NAG IT i need 2b clean by mother earth!! N it looks a lot softer den FALLEN! on fn concreate!! n i can get a tan!! n I can snowbord so surfN gota b fun!! guys!!??!!!?? :)………

    • CJay

      James McCormack…if u can skate n snow then this should give u an advantage in the water,but believe me,surfing aint no walk in the park…you gotta be fit,be able to swim,know the rules of surfing what to do & what NOT to do and so much more….do a little research n go to sum uncrowded beach b4 you try it with the big boys or it will bite you on tbe ass…goodluck…RESPECT IN THE WATER !

      • Adam Kohl

        Wave knowledge is key. Learn how waves move and the basics of how your board and fins take advantage of that. I’d say that’s the main learning curve switching from land to water

  • Adam Kohl

    Is there a formula for how the seeding works through round 3? It get’s really simple at round 4.

    • BJT

      top seed vs bottom seed.

  • Glenn