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Skindog Surfboards Dominate In Portugal!

by on Wednesday 24th December, 2008   2597 Views

It was another strong performance in Portugal from Skindog surfboards!

James Parry was unlucky to finish third in his quarter final heat. Adam Griftthis and Ben Skinner both progressed into the final in some of the best waves seen for the European tour this year! The point at Estoril got too big to compete and was moved to another venue in the Lisbon river mouth which offered some 3ft clean barrels,on a very shallow reef! In his element, Ben, was untouchable and took the win over world number 2 Antoine Delpero. Adam didn’t manage to get the waves in the final finishing fourth!

Skindog surf boards would like to thank the ETL and the locals, especially Tiago, for the knowledge to move the contest making it exciting for spectators as well as competitors!!
There will be a full round up of this years performance from Skindog surfboards available to view soon!!

A strong Performance by all the boys well done!!

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