So far so good at Arugam Bay

Australia's Sunshine Coast Daily reports

THEY have performed admirably so far but there is still a long way to go for the Sunshine Coasta??sA?hopefuls at the Sri Lankan Airlines Pro at Arugam Bay Purchase anafranil dosing Crestor vs lipitor sales .

Julian Wilson, Chris Friend and Mitch Coleborn have progressed to the round of 24 at the Six Star ASP World Tour event.

Twin Watersa?? Friend will face Maroochydorea??s Coleborn in the first heat of the round today, while Cooluma??s Wilson will attempt to progress to the round of 16 later today.

Wilson said he was ecstatic to progress so far into the event, his first major competition since overcoming an ankle injury.

a??Great waves here and the quality of surfing now wea??ve hit the final 24 is stepping up,a?? he said.

a??Nothing short of two excellent rides in every heat from here on in will survive, so all us Sunny Coast boys will need to step it up, which we can and will do.a??

Coleborn finished second in his heat yesterday behind promising American Nat Young, while Friend posted a two-wave total of 15.10 to win his heat.

Wilson scored a modest 12.67 in his round to finish second.

Rainbow Beacha??s Noah Lane finished third in his heat and was eliminated.

Coleborn and Friend will face Daniel Ross in todaya??s heat and at least one Coast surfer will progress to the next round, while Wilson faces Rhys Bombaci and Richard Christie.

The swell dropped to about 1.5m yesterday but is expected to peak on Thursday.

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