Lakey Peterson, who’s been sitting at second place on the Jeep Leaderboard, had a window to close some ground in the tour points total but lost in Round 3 as well. “That was definitely a chance for me to get into a really good position heading into Hawaii and I kind of felt like the chips would fall into place right now,” Peterson said. “Honestly I’m just disappointed in my surfing, I haven’t been able to surf a lot these last few days I’ve been a little bit sick and I think I let a couple things get in my head.
I’m going to go home and rest up, it’s been a little hectic recently and I need a little breather. – Gilmore will win the World Title with a 3rd or better at the Beachwaver Maui Pro. – If Gilmore finishes 5th or worse, Peterson must win the event to force a surf-off* for the World Title.
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