News | 11 dicembre 2006

Miley-dyer vince il billabong pro maui ma e’ di layne beachley il titolo mondial

Layne Beachley ha messo a segno un record senza precedenti nel surf femminile quando, Domenica 10 Dicembre, ha vinto il suo settimo titolo mondiale a Maui durante la finale del campionato ASP ad Honolua Bay.
Layne ha vinto il titolo dopo la sconfitta di Chelsea Georgeson ai quarti di finale per mano di Claire Bevilacqua, ed essendo la Georgeson l’unica rimasta in corsa per il titolo, Beachley si laurea automaticamente campionessa del mondo, mettendo a segno un record che solo Slater finora deteneva, con il più alto numero di titoli mondiali vinti.
Sarà interessante vedere se il prossimo anno la Beachley vorrà eguagliarlo vincendo l’ottavo titolo. “Andrò per l’ottavo e Kelly farà meglio a non vincere il nono! Altrimenti dovrò continuare.” Ha affermato la Beachley, “Penso che Kelly andrà per il decimo e se lo fa, ce la può fare!”.
Layne è stata poi eliminata in semifinale dalla nuova atleta del tour Jessi Miley-Dyer che ha poi vinto il contest.
Il tour femminile ASP 2007 tornerà a Febbraio con il primo evento del nuovo campionato in Gold Coast, Australia.

FINAL: 1st earns US$10,600, 2nd earns US$6,600
FINAL: Keala Kennelly (HAW) 14.25 def. Jessi Miley Dyer (AUS) 10.00

SEMIFINALS: 1st advances to FINAL, 2nd finishes equal 3rd
Heat 1: Keala Kennelly (HAW) 14.25 def. Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) 6.55
Heat 2: Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS) 16.0 def. Layne Beachley (AUS) 4.65

QUARTERFINALS: 1st advances to the SEMIFINALS, 2nd finishes equal 5th
Heat 1: Keala Kennelly (HAW) 18.25 def. Sofia Mulanovich (PER) 14.10
Heat 2: Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) 15.OO def. Chelsea Georgeson (AUS) 5.50
Heat 3: Layne Beachley (AUS) 9.8O def. Rebecca Woods (AUS) 2.15
Heat 4: Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS) 10.25 def. Melanie Bartels (HAW) 9.00

2006 Final ASP Women’s World Tour Ratings
1. Layne Beachley (AUS) 6374 (2006 World Champion)
2. Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) 5802
3. Chelsea Georgeson (AUS) 5797
4. Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS) 4440
5. Sofia Mulanovich (PER) 4105
6. Rebecca Woods (AUS) 3794
7. Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) 3564
8. Keala Kennelly (HAW) 3516 (has relinquished her spot on next year’s tour to pursue other interests)
9. Silvana Lima (BRA) 3408
10. Megan Abubo (HAW) 3398 (Places 10 and above automatically requalify)
11. Rochelle Ballard (HAW) 3312 (requalifies with Kennelly’s withdrawl)
12. Samantha Cornish (AUS) 3218 (has been given ASP wildcard to compete next year)
13. Heather Clark (ZAF) 3180
14. Julia Christian (USA) 2834
15. Trudy Todd (AUS) 2244
16. Serena Brooke (AUS) 2232
17. Jacqueline Silva (BRA) 2142 (qualified for the elite tour via the World Qualifying Series)

Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Ratings
1. Sofia Mulanovich (PER)
2. Melanie Bartels (HAW)
3. Layne Beachley (AUS)
4. Chelsea Georgeson (AUS)
5. Claire Bevilacqua (HAW)
6. Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS)
7. Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)
8. Rochelle Ballard (HAW)
9. Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS)
10. Rebecca Woods (AUS)

Layne Beachley’s 2006 ASP Women’s World Tour Results:
Roxy Pro Australia (Feb. 28 – Mar. 12): 2nd place
Roxy Pro Fiji (Apr. 22 – Apr. 29): 2nd place
Billabong Pro Tahiti (May 14 – May 16): 3rd place
Billabong Pro Brazil (Aug. 21 – 28): 1st place
Rip Curl Pro France (Aug. 31 – Sept. 5): 5th place
Havaianas Beachley Classic (Oct. 9 – Oct 15): 2nd place
Roxy Pro Hawaii (Nov. 24 – Dec. 6): 5th place
Billabong Pro Maui (Dec. 8 – Dec. 20): 3rd place

Layne Beachley’s ASP Women’s World Tour Career Year End Results:
2006: 1st (Clinched the ASP Women’s World Tour Title in Maui)
2005: 5th
2004: 4th
2003: 1st (Clinched the ASP Women’s World Tour Title in Maui)
2002: 1st (Clinched the ASP Women’s World Tour Title in Maui)
2001: 1st (Clinched the ASP Women’s World Tour Title in Maui)
2000: 1st (Clinched the ASP Women’s World Tour Title in Maui)
1999: 1st (Clinched the ASP Women’s World Tour Title Sunset Beach)
1998: 1st (Clinched the ASP Women’s World Tour Title France)
1997: 2nd
1996: 3rd
1995: 2nd
1994: 4th
1993: 6th
1992: 17th
1991: 12th
1990: 10th

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