Travis Logie in Quarter Final at Tahiti

At Teahupo’o, Taiarapu, French Polynesia yesterday, South African Travis Logie (ZAF), 32, current ASP World No. 44,  is into the Quarterfinals and already looking at a solid result. He gained entry into of the Billabong Pro Tahiti with the withdrawal of Dane Reynolds (USA), 25.  He is looking to break into the top 32 on…

Parko and Burrow eliminated in Round 2 at Billabong Tahiti

The world’s best surfers tackled solid six-to-eight foot plus (2 – 2.5 metre plus) waves at the infamous lefthander of Teahupo’o yesterday but the day saw some major upsets in the 2011 ASP World Title Race with three of the Top 5 eliminated in Round 2 of competition. The Billabong Pro Tahiti presented by Air…

Travis and Jordy win Round 1 heats in Tahiti

 South African surfers Travis Logie and Jordy Smith won their respective Round 1 heats in the Billabong Pro Tahiti.. Surfiing in epic 1.5 to 2 metre waves at Teahupoo on Saturday they moved directly into Round 3 of stop No. 5 of 11 on the 2011 ASP World Title season. Logie, 32, currently No. 44…

Travis Logie gets a new start in Billabong Pro Tahiti

Durban’s Travis Logie has been given a welcome opportunity to re-qualify for a spot amongst the elite Top 32 surfers  in the Billabong Pro Tahiti which gets underway at Teahupoo on Saturday.  Logie will contest the annual ASP (Association of Surfing Professionals’)  World Title Race when he replaces Bobby Martinez (USA) . Logie finished 2010…