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|Glenn Hall Wins the Inaugural Hainan Classic at Riyue Bay|
|Sunday, 15 January 2012 16:08|
Despite smaller conditions on the final day of the competition at the Hainan Classic, the Final was an action-packed, wave-for-wave affair.
Glenn Hall Winning Hainan Classic 2012 - Photo: Foto ISA / Watts
“China’s been amazing, I was honestly stoked to come here regardless of the contest, but to come here and have fun, uncrowded waves, was great. The first couple days were two-foot and fun then it got to four-foot and pumping and then it got bigger and it’s just been a good week,” said Hall, after his win, which is the highest-rated ASP event win by an Irish surfer. “I’m pumped, it’s been the funnest week of surfing, so to have a win and a check to go with it is amazing.”
Picture: Glenn Hall - Credit: Foto ISA / Watts
In the final, Bryson wasn’t finding those same waves. It was Hall who kept most active and was finding the waves that lined-up all the way through the bay, allowing for multiple turns and maneuvers. Bryson did complete the trick of the heat, landing a perfectly executed double-grab air-reverse.