Curran and Hurley Top the Katin Pro-Am

It's all over in Huntington Beach.  It was all over by the end of Saturday, but now that we're back to work on Monday, it's really all over.  Tim Curran led team Hurley to victory and busted out the highest single-wave score of 9.77.  Out of 10.  Y'know, just .23 away from perfect... no big deal.  Coming in second in the final was last years champ Chris Waring, followed by Micah Byrne and Tanner Gudauskas in third and forth place.  What's next for Curran?  Dude says he wants to hit more events and eventually get back in the US Open.  Hells YES.

Overall, a great couple days that Cushe was proud to be a part of.  Check out all of the day two photos on the Katin Pro-Am site.



Katin Pro-Am Day One

The opening day of the Katin Pro-Am Team Challenge is in the bag and with 15 points, 2009 champs team Hurley are in the lead.  I can’t imagine they're too comfortable though, since both teams Dragon and Buell Wetsuits are right behind Hurley with 13 points each.  To make day two even more awesome, five other teams are just behind them with 12 points each.  I think Saturday is gonna be a banger with the field this tight. 

Defending champ Chris Waring, who is second place team Dragon’s top performer, tore it up in rounds one and two by advancing through both heats. 

Tune in for Saturday’s action LIVE on the Katin website and see who comes out on top.



Cushe at the Katin Pro-Am

Going back to Cali, Cali, Cali….  Sorry, couldn’t resist a little LL Cool J there.
While we’re in Cali, you can see Cushe at the legendary Katin Pro-Am Team Challenge this Friday and Saturday (1/7 and 1/8) at the Huntington Beach Pier!  Surfline is forecasting favorable conditions for a competition with 20 confirmed teams loaded with talent. Last year’s reigning Katin Champion Chris Waring will of course be there, along with three-time ASP World Champ Tom Curren and former World Champ Sunny Garcia.  They’ll be throwing down in a ridiculous field of competitors and we can’t wait to be there.
Aside from sunning ourselves, which is merely a bi-product of hard work (the boss reads this), we’ll be manning the Cushe tent, so stop by and say hi.