Mar 02, 2006; Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta, Queensland, AUSTRALIA; Former ASP world number two ranked surfer Australian TAJ BURROW (Yallingup, WA) will be out to improve upon his best Quiksilver Pro result , a semi-final and equal third place finish in 2005. Burrow halted the charge of wildcard winner Australian Ben Dunn (Old Barr, NSW) in round two of the Quiksilver Pro presented by

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Mar 02, 2006; Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta, Queensland, AUSTRALIA; Former ASP world number two ranked surfer Australian TAJ BURROW (Yallingup, WA) will be out to improve upon his best Quiksilver Pro result , a semi-final and equal third place finish in 2005. Burrow halted the charge of wildcard winner Australian Ben Dunn (Old Barr, NSW) in round two of the Quiksilver Pro presented by
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Mar 02, 2006; Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta, Queensland, AUSTRALIA; Former ASP world number two ranked surfer Australian TAJ BURROW (Yallingup, WA) will be out to improve upon his best Quiksilver Pro result , a semi-final and equal third place finish in 2005. Burrow halted the charge of wildcard winner Australian Ben Dunn (Old Barr, NSW) in round two of the Quiksilver Pro presented by Samsung today. Burrow advanced to round three of the event taking place at Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast of Australia. The Quiksilver Pro presented by Samsung is the first event on the 2006 Fosters menÕs ASP World Championship Tour (WCT) and features the top 45 surfers in world and three wild card surfers with US$ 280,000.00 in prize money. Included in the world-class line up are seven times ASP world champion Kelly Slater (Florida, USA) and three times ASP world champion Andy Irons (Kauai, Hawaii, USA). Australian Mick Fanning (Coolangatta, Queensland) is the defending champion. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Pierre Tostee/ZUMA Press. (©) Copyright 2006 by Pierre Tostee

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