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ASP World Tour rookie Julian Wilson talks Teahupo'o.
25 Sep 2012
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2011 ASP World Tour Rookie Julian Wilson on Cote's Cube. Julian looks back on his first event as a World Tour surfer and talks about the upcoming event at Bells. He also dishes that none of the Tour veterans have hazed him...yet.
19 Jun 2012
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Joel Parkinson (AUS), 30, two-times Quiksilver Pro event Champion posted the event's first perfect 10-point-ride in 2012 in his afternoon Round 5 match. Parkinson battled Julian Wilson (AUS), 23, for a Quarterfinal berth in glassy conditions this afternoon and the local natural-footer was in unbeatable form.<br><br /> More at:<br /> *******quiksilverlive****/progoldcoast/2012/<br><br />
10 May 2012
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Julian Wilson gets schooled in rally racing by Ken Block.<br><br />
3 Apr 2012
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14 Feb 2012
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14 Feb 2012
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The Billabong ASP World Junior Championships recommenced on day three with the final seven heats of the men’s Round 1 before tearing into the dramatic elimination Round 2. The deciding event in the hunt for the undisputed ASP World Junior Title, the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships enjoyed a full day of sunny skies and clean three foot (1 metre) waves at Sydney’s North Narrabeen beach and the world’s best junior surfers revelled, locking in the highest scores of the event. Julian Wilson (AUS), 20, who gained entry into the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships via his win at the VonZipper Trials, rebounded from a morning loss in Round 1 to absolutely decimate his Round 2 heat today, netting the event high heat total of an 18.50 out of a possible 20 to dispatch of Koki Nakamura (JPN). Rudy Palmboom (ZAF), 20, suffered an unfortunate loss in Round 1 two days ago, but made amends posting and impressive heat total of a 17.10 out of a possible 20 to eliminate Jules Thomet (FRA) - which included a brilliant nine-point ride.
24 Nov 2009
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Julian Wilson is the next big thing and this podcast will show you why! Capturing the true spirit of Mexico, Corona is from where youíd rather be. So whatever youíre doing now, do it later. The white sands and crystal blue waters are calling you.
1 Oct 2009
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Watch more videos at *******www.slumberpartytheater**** Slumber Party Theater Presents:"Cute Sexy Girl Film Festival Talk Show! Part 3." Actress Jennifer Ladenburg, who stars in the independent horror film, Long Pig, interviews film maker Julian Wilson about a variety of subjects while attending Indie Fest USA 2008 which was held at Downtown Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. Sponsored by Long Pig: The Movie now playing at *******www.longpigmovie**** WINNER Best Underground Film - Indie Fest USA 2008. Nominated for Best Visual Effects, Best Make-Up, and Best Feature Film - Indie Fest USA 2008 *******www.indiefestusa****
17 Apr 2009
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Checkout Julian Wilson take down 9 times World Surfing Champion Kelly Slater in the recent Quiksilver Pro on the Gold Coast... and then speak with Julian about all things surf.
13 Mar 2009
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Day four of the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships saw the entire third round completed, of the boys division, in excellent conditions at North Narrabeen. Again the duo of Tamaroa McComb (PYF/Gold Coast, QLD) and Julian Wilson (Coolum, QLD) shone the brightest – gouging and flying over the competition with flair. With excellent conditions again the centrepiece for an amazing day of action, Lincoln Taylor (North Stradbroke, QLD) was in scintillating form – racking up the highest single wave score of the event with a 9.60 (out of a possible 10). Attacking the one metre conditions with power and flair, Taylor buried his rail at every opportunity. With the demise of favourites Dusty Payne (HAW), Sebastien Zeitz (HAW) and Owen Wright (Culburra, NSW) the international contingent was on song on day four. 16-year-old Maxime Huscenot (FRA), Marc Lacomare (FRA) and Alex Ribeiro (BRA) all out pointed their more fancied opponents in round three – flying their respective flags with pride, passion and skill.
7 Jan 2009
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