PacSun USA Surf Team Still Going Strong At ISA World Juniors

With four of the twelve competitors still left in the main draw—plus five still battling their way back in the repercharge—the PacSun USA Surf Team is still looking strong and gold medal hopes are still looking good. Head to page two to read the story and check out the rest of the photos. To watch the 2010 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championships live, head to isaworldjuniors.com/newzealand10/Live.php?btn_live=_over.

Peru's Martin Jeri busting into Round 4. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Peru's Martin Jeri busting into Round 4. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

American Kolohe Andino is still leading the charge for Team USA. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

American Kolohe Andino is still leading the charge for Team USA. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Hawaiian Keanu Asing is looking to put himself back into the main event from the repercharge round. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Hawaiian Keanu Asing is looking to put himself back into the main event from the repercharge round. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Evan Geiselman is the lone American left in the Boys Under 18 division. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Evan Geiselman is the lone American left in the Boys Under 18 division. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Aussie Matt Banting is still going strong in the Boys Under 16 division. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Aussie Matt Banting is still going strong in the Boys Under 16 division. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

A nice backdrop to practice some yoga...Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

A nice backdrop to practice some yoga...Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Brazilian Jesse Mendes put up the highest heat total of Monday with a 16.50, putting him into Round 4. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Brazilian Jesse Mendes put up the highest heat total of Monday with a 16.50, putting him into Round 4. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Brazilian wonder kid Gabriel Medina. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Brazilian wonder kid Gabriel Medina. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Parker "Porkchop" Coffin finds himself in a crucial heat in Round 4 with two fellow Americans Kolohe Andino and Trevor Thornton. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Parker "Porkchop" Coffin finds himself in a crucial heat in Round 4 with two fellow Americans Kolohe Andino and Trevor Thornton. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Tamaroa McComb slashing for Team Tahiti. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

Tamaroa McComb slashing for Team Tahiti. Photo courtesy Cory Scott/ISA

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