Carissa Moore wins Beachley Classic
Defeats Sofia Mulanovich to regain the lead in the title chase
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On Friday, the largest prize check in the history of women's surfing --- 40,000 dollars -- was written, paid to the order of a 19-year-old Hawaiian. Carissa Moore earned the money with her second world tour win of 2011 at the sixth annual Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic at Dee Why Point, north of Sydney, Australia.
"I've been fired up ever since the last two events with Sally (Fitzgibbons) and I'm just super excited I was able to come out on ...
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