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Sweetwater Marketplace
Wrightsville Beach, NC

RESULTS for the 2013 Oneill Sweetwater Pro Am presented by Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage


1 – Evan Thompson - $4,000

2 – Knox Harris - $2,000

3 – Conner Lester - $1,500

4 – Evan Barton - $1,000

=5th  – Nick Rupp, Aaron Cormican - $850

=7th – Eros Exarhou, Rob Kelly

=9th – Brett Barley, Tristan Thompson, Ben Powell, Fisher Heverly

=13th – Noah Schweizer, Michael Powell, Shane Burn, Chris Tucker


Nixon’s Most Radical Maneuver Award – Aaron Cormican

Frontside 360 Air Reverse


Guys 14 & Under

1 – Luke Gordan

2 – Gabe Morvil

3 – Bo Raynor

4 – Seth Brown


15 & Over

1 – Addison Miles

2 – Shane Burn

3- Brandon Mitchell

4-Matthew Zaccaria


Girls Open Shortboard

1-Emory McClary

2-Madison Huckabee

3-Chandler Von Cannon

4-Laney Brooks


Girls Longboard

1-Leldon McClary

2-Carleigh Sion

3-Madison Huckabee

4-Hannah Milligan


Guys Longboard

1-Bradley Rose

2-Parker Sawyer

3-Brycen Jernigan

4-Craig Newkirk

WbLiveSurf - The Surfer's Source
  • No Logos = Flat or Really Bad. Pretty much unrideable! A good time to get other things done.
  • 1 Logo = Rideable but not good form. Might not be worth the time or effort but there could be a few okay waves.
  • 2 Logos = Could be fun. Rideable and a few okay waves to be ridden.
  • 3 Logos = Fun! Better than the average day. Worth paddling out depending on the surface conditions.
  • 4 Logos = Really fun. Paddle out if you can. One of the better days of the year.
  • 5 Logos = Rare Epic or All Time conditions. Quitting work or skipping school is an option but not encouraged. Why are you still reading the report! Paddle out now!

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