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How to win a heat: With Jack FreestonePosted 16 Oct 2012, by STABmag
Jack Freestone just posted a 19.53 combined heat total in the semis of the Oakley World Juniors, at Keramas in Bali. He also posted a 9, which became a throwaway. All before his Moroccan opponent, Ramzi Boukhiam, had stood up. The highlight, and the wave that scooped him a 10, was a frontside spin with kerrupt grabs (slob n stale), which Jack attributes to Matt Meola and calls a Hippie flip. He’ll now face Hawaiian Zeke Lau in the final. Zeke also has a steam on, and Keramas is skatepark-esque, so get over there.
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