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26.05.04 - FROM KOOK TO LEGEND - Tahitien wildcard Alain Riou takes out two world champs with a perfect 10.
24.05.04 - SURFING AND WORKING TOGETHER IN FIJI - The pros work with the celebrities, and then each other, for some entertainment and joy.
23.05.04 - KELLY LEADS HIS OWN
- High times on Tavarua, in and out of the water.
22.05.04 - PUTTING YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS
- With support from Quiksilver, Kelly Slater pays for his heroes and peers to come to Tavarua early to try some new competition formats.
18.05.04 - CRUISING AS THE SHOW LEAVES TOWN
- Teahupoo transforms as the tour moves on.
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Brasileiro Soccer
(LtoR) Marcelo Nunes, Victor Ribas, Neco Padaratz & Raoni Monteiro juggling a soccer ball between themselves poolside at Tavarua. The Brasileiro's ball skills are amazing, without exception. They must be born with three balls!

Troy Brooks
While the Basileiros automatically turn to soccer, the Aussies turn to their egg shaped ball and their passionate pursuit of rugby league. Here Troy Brooks takes up the ball while (L to R) Lee WInkler looms in support, Trent Munro stands back, and Phil Macdonald stands in defence.

Pat O'Connell & Bruce Irons
Bruce Irons, the poker shark complete with sunnies (at night), rakes in some winnings while Pat O'Connell deals in the background. There was big money at stake.

Raoni Monteiro & Eric Rebiere
Raoni Monteiro moves to return a ball from Franco-Brasileiro Eric Rebiere. Where's the ball? Maybe he's returned it with such speed it's just a blur.

Corey Lopez, Andy & Bruce Irons & Kaiborg Cory Lopez lines up a shot in a game of snooker with Kaiborg (L), as Bruce and Andy Irons look on.

Greg Emslie
Greg Emslie gets in a nice backhand return on the court. The Tavarua tennis 'stadium' has seen non-stop action for the past five days.

Rod Brooks
Contest Director Rod Brooks checks his watch while waiting for the swell to rise at Restaurants today. We went thru multiple postponed calls from 6.30am until 1pm before reluctantly canning it for the day. The swell finally rose on dark.