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Surfing - 24. September 2007.

Jen Smith Claims ASP North America Longboard Title at Roxy Jam Cardiff




CARDIFF, California (Sunday, Sept. 23, 2007) –

Smith, who claimed her ASP World Title in early July, was the form surfer all weekend, posting a clutch 15.40 out of a possible 20 in the final to best fellow competitors Lindsay Steinriede (Dana Point, CA), Leah Dawson (Haleiwa, HI) and Kaitlin Maguire (San Diego, CA).

“I took this event one heat at a time,” Smith said. “I love this sport and I am excited that my family was her to watch me win this today. I hope to uphold my World Title in 2008.”

Despite surfing incredibly all event, Steinriede was unable to secure a solid backup score in the Final, but still finished a respectable 2nd.

The Roxy Jam Cardiff wraps an incredible ASP season for women’s longboarding, and the girls will enjoy a winter break to rest up and train before taking it on in 2007.

For more information, log onto www.aspworldtour.com and www.aspnorthamerica.org

RESULTS – Day 2

Round 4: 32 surfers remaining (1st and 2nd advance)
Heat 1: Kelia Moniz (HAW) 15.50, Kelly Nicely (USA) 10.50, Bianca Valenti (USA) 7.85, Crystal Dzigas (HAW) 4.75
Heat 2: Kaitlin Maguire (USA) 15.10, Jennifer Koki (HAW) 13.00, Julie Whitegon (USA) 12.00, Julie Cox (USA) 6.95
Heat 3: Mary Osborne (USA) 8.60, Malia Fuertes (USA) 6.95, Schuyler McFerran (USA) 6.95, Tiare Friedman (HAW) 6.20
Heat 4: Asley Quintal (HAW) 15.25, Jennifer Smith (USA) 13.65, Malia Kaleopaa (HAW) 9.50, Rachel Berry (USA) 3.80
Heat 5: Janna Irons (HAW) 8.00, Kelly Sloan (USA) 7.85, Ming Hun Brown (USA) 7.65, Christiana Pires (BRA) 4.20
Heat 6: Leah Dawson (HAW) 13.10, Miku Uemura (HAW) 8.55, Amy Murphee (USA) 6.00, Marissa Graham (HAW) 5.15
Heat 7: Lindsay Steinriede (USA) 15.25, Summer Romero (USA) 11.95, Jennifer Flannigan (USA) 6.50, Kelly Coward (USA) 5.15
Heat 8: Kassia Meador (USA) 13.90, Megan Godinez (HAW) 13.55, Yuko Shimajiri (JPN) 9.25, Stacia Ahina (HAW) 9.10

Quarterfinals: 16 surfers remaining (1st and 2nd advance)
QF 1: Kaitlin Maguire (USA) 11.00, Kelia Moniz (HAW) 9.20, Jennifer Koki (HAW) 7.55, Kelly Nicely (USA) 5.95
QF 2: Jennifer Smith (USA) 16.50, Mary Osborne (USA) 12.00, Asley Quintal (HAW) 11.15, Malia Fuertes (USA) 11.00
QF 3: Janna Irons (HAW) 12.00, Leah Dawson (HAW) 10.55, Miku Uemura (HAW) 6.55, Kelly Sloan (USA) 5.45
QF 4: Lindsay Steinriede (USA) 16.75, Kassia Meador (USA) 13.00, Summer Romero (USA) 10.50, Megan Godinez (HAW) 8.90

Semifinals: 8 surfers remaining (1st and 2nd advance)
SF 1: Jennifer Smith (USA) 13.35, Kaitlin Maguire (USA) 12.50, Kelia Moniz (HAW) 9.65, Mary Osborne (USA) 8.50
SF 2: Leah Dawson (HAW) 14.10, Lindsay Steinriede (USA) 13.15,

Final:
1 – Jennifer Smith (USA) 15.40,
2 – Lindsay Steinriede (USA) 13.50
3 – Leah Dawson (HAW) 9.05
4 – Kaitlin Maguire (USA) 8.90

 
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