HE has done it before and if he does it again Julian Wilson could be Australia’s first men’s world surfing champion since Mick Fanning in 2015.
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AUSTRALIAN Owen Wright has fallen just short of his first win of the 2018 season but has returned to world surfing’s top 10 with his second placing in Tahiti.
THE curtain has been lifted on the Heath Ledger-like demise of one of sport’s great champions and the devastating drug addiction that cost him his life.
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BROTHERS Owen and Mikey Wright could both find themselves in the top 10 in the world men’s surf race by the end of the Tahiti Pro if they continue to perform well...
Queenslander Julian Wilson had hoped the Tahiti Pro would springboard him back into the lead in the chase for the world surfing crown, but it was not to be