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Round 4 of the Oakley World Pro Junior

| posted on October 07, 2010
Connor Coffin jumped out to an early lead and never gave Krystian Kymerson a chance. Photo:

Connor Coffin's, early lead never gave Brazil's, Krystian Kymerson a chance. Photo: Hennings

High scores and big barrels were the apparent theme in Round 4 of the Oakley World Pro Junior, as surfing’s next superstars delivered in memorable Keramas. “You couldn’t have asked for better waves today,” said Santa Cruz phenom, Nat Young. Along with Young’s Round 4 victory, it was the second round in a row he earned the highest heat score. Santa Barbara’s Connor Coffin and Florida’s Evan Thompson, contributed to America’s Round 4 dominance, when they rolled through their competition and moved on to the Quarterfinals.

With a bright forecast ahead, competition is likely to get under way tomorrow morning, so stay tuned for complete Oakley World Pro Junior coverage. For full results and heats on demand, click here.