Bumpy rides open the 2016 Hurley Pro at Trestles

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Filipe Toledo: a vertical approach at Lower Trestles | Photo: Rowland/WSL

The first day of competition of the 2016 Hurley Pro at Trestles provided several surprises and a few upsets. Despite the onshore winds, the bumpy four-to-six foot waves on offer delivered plenty of opportunities, including a Perfect 10.

Tanner Gudauskas had a day to remember. Not only he sent Matt Wilkinson and Rookie Conner Coffin to Round 2 in a combination situation, but he also scored the first perfect ride of the event.

“That was a really fun ride, and I almost went on the one two waves before thinking it looked pretty good but just didn’t look smooth. I was thinking that when I get a wave, I hope I can stay on my surfboard. I’ve never felt this fired up and focused, and I want to prove that I deserve to be here,” explained Gudauskas, who represents the San Clemente surfing community.

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