Mr Price Pro Ballito 2014

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April 4, 2014
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Mr Price Pro Ballito

Travis Logie (Durban, South Africa) © Kelly Cestari / Mr Price.

Kwadukuza will welcome the surfing’s elite when the Mr Price Pro Ballito returns to the world-class waves at Willard Beach from June 30 – July 6, 2014. 

A favourite stop among the world’s touring professional surfers, this year’s event will see 96 surfers from 18 countries compete for a lucrative R2.7 million (US$250 000) prize-purse and critical ratings points for those hoping to qualify for the elite ASP World Championship Tour in 2015.

Californian Dane Reynolds, widely regarded as the one of the world’s most exciting surfers, has confirmed his entry into this year’s event where he will be an instant crowd puller with his aerial mastery and go-for-broke approach.

Locals will have plenty to cheer about with perennial world title contender Jordy Smith and determined world tour campaigner Travis Logie the top two South Africans featuring in this year’s classy line-up.

With two podium finishes under his belt at the Mr Price Pro Logie is always a title contender but the seasoned ASP World Tour campaigner is well aware of the intense competition that the event attracts.

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