Dane Reynolds Withdraws From Bells

Dane's knee is still not ready for a contest. Photo courtesy ASP/Scholtz

Dane's knee is still not ready for a contest. Photo courtesy ASP/Scholtz

HUNTINGTON BEACH, California / USA (Monday, April 11, 2011) – Dane Reynolds (USA), 25, a leading force in the world of progressive surfing and No. 4 on last year’s ASP World Title Rankings, suffered a knee injury prior to the Billabong Pipe Masters in December, forcing the Californian to opt for surgery. While rehabbing the injury, Reynolds was still out of commission for the season opening Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast and sources have just confirmed that he will also miss the upcoming Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach due to the lengthy recovery process.

Although Reynolds knee is still too tender for competition, the progressive mastermind is hoping to make his return at the upcoming ASP PRIME Nike Lowers Pro in May at Trestles in California.

“Dane will not be attending Bells, but he is hoping his knee will be better by the time the PRIME event comes to Lowers in May,” confirmed Blair Marlin, Reynolds’ Manager.

Reynolds’ injury updates will be available via aspworldtour.com.

For additional information on Dane view his full ASP WORLD TOUR PROFILE.