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Stand Up World Tour

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After they cancelled the Australian stop, Keahi De Aboitiz wanted to try do at least one stop of the Stand Up World Tour so he hit the Huntington Beach Pro event. After extending his Indo trip due to insanely good condidtions he didn't have much time to go home change gear and fly off to CA. It turned out to be well worth it. This had to be one of most highly attended events he's ever competed in with 64 people competing in the trials to get into the main event. Managing to work his way through the trials he ended up taking it out on the 2nd day of the event. "I ended up on a pretty good roll and with some pumping waves I was feeling pretty comfortable. I managed to score a perfect 10 in my first round heat and went on to beat Kai Lenny in my next heat in round 2. The next day, the waves got quite a bit smaller and I ended up having a pretty flat heat. I just couldn't find the waves to get through the heat so that was the end of my run." Aboitiz says


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