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Surf Predictions Good for National Open Series Final at Boston Bay – December 29-30, 2007, Jamaica

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Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 27 December, 2007 : – – Checks with the wave prediction websites have forecast good surf for the weekend of December 29-30 when the fifth and final event of the Jamaica Surfing Association’s National Open Championship Series is scheduled to be run at Boston Bay in Portland. The event which was to have been held on Saturday 22nd December had to be postponed due to a lack of contestable waves.

“This happens all over the world….” Explained Billy Wilmot, President of the JSA, “… even in Hawaii surf contests have to be postponed from time to time due to lack of surf as was the case with the recently concluded 2007 Pipeline Masters event which had to be put on hold while they waited for surf to arrive.”

This time of year is prime season for Jamaica’s surf and will no doubt deliver excellent waves for the climax of the 2007 National Open Championships. The public is invited to come out and cheer on Jamaica’s top surfers as they strive for National Honours.

Current National Standings (22 December 2007)

Rank Open women
1 Danielle Ohayon
2 Elim Beckford
3 Imani Wilmot 860
4 Esther Beckford
5 Sharea Samuels

Rank Open men
1 Inilek Wilmot
2 Icah Wilmot
3 Luke Williams
4 Ishack Wilmot
5 Ackeam Phillips
6 Shane Simmonds
7 Eneson Lightbourn
8 Omar Jacks
9 Michael Panton
10 Eugene Miller
11 Junior Hibbert
12 Ronley Lewis
13 Drum Drummond
14 Jason Pusey
15 Joel Lawrence
16 Dwayne Tracey
17 Oshane Usher
18 Gabre Beckford
19 Gawain Galimore
20 Richard Curtis
21 Ackeam Taylor
22 Tristan English
23 Shama Beckford
24 Sean Laidley
25 Odale Layne
26 Tony Williams
27 Michael Mair
28 Ivah Wilmot
29 Andrew Robinson
30 Doran Edwards
=30 Jamoy Hall
=30 Garren Pryce



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