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Frederico (Kikas) Morais General Surf 

FREDERICO MORAIS CONQUERS THE AUSTRALIAN WAVES

JLpress/​Paula Lamares Tradução Paula Lamares The debut of Fre­derico Morais in the first stage of the world surf­ing cir­cuit is going very well. The Por­tuguese was qual­i­fied, on this Thursday, for the third round of the Quiksil­ver Pro Gold Coast, in Aus­tralia, impos­ing to Brazil’s Filipe Tole­do and Australia’s Adri­an Buchan. Kikas, as he’s known in the surf’s world, won the 10th heat, with 15.70 points (8.73 and 6.97), releg­at­ing to the “repechage” Tole­do, 10th of the cir­cuit in 2016, and Buchan, 14 , Which totaled 15.10 (7.60 and 7.50) and…

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Frederico Morais | Photo WSL/Ed Sloane General Surf WSL 

Surf: Frederico Morais – The second Portuguese to reach the world surfing elite

The great adven­ture for Fre­derico Morais begins on March 14, when the world surf cir­cuit starts on the Gold Coast. After a his­tor­ic qual­i­fic­a­tion in Decem­ber in Hawaii’s demand­ing waves, the 25-year-old Por­tuguese will surf in the WCT’s first divi­sion. Poin­ted out as one of the greatest hopes of the sea­son, Kikas, as is known the surfer from Guin­cho (Cas­cais), is already in Aus­tralia train­ing for his big debut. The second place in Decem­ber 2016, at the Vans World Cup, in Oahu Hawaii, guar­an­teed Fre­derico Morais dir­ect entry into the Cham­pi­on­ship Tour,…

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Third Edition of Martinique Surf Pro Brings Surfers Back to the Caribbean

Basse-Poin­te hosts event from april 1 – 8 Field of 128 to take on the carib­bean waves BASSE-POINTE, Mar­ti­nique – France — Pro­fes­sion­al surfers from all four corners of the earth will soon return to the idyll­ic Mar­ti­nique island for the third con­sec­ut­ive edi­tion of the Mar­ti­nique Surf Pro, from April 1 – 8, 2017 at Basse-​Poin­te. An increas­ingly pop­ular event among the World’s Best QS surfers, the Mar­ti­nique Surf Pro con­tin­ues to play a major role in their qual­i­fy­ing cam­paigns towards the coveted Cham­pi­on­ship Tour. Portugal’s Fre­derico Morais, who won the event in 2016,…

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