Women’s World Title Race Breakdown

SUNSET BEACH, Hawaii (Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2006) — The Roxy Pro Hawaii can be wrapped up in just three and a half hours of competition. With eight more days in the event waiting period, event officials will wait for conditions superior to those on offer today, Nov. 28, 2006, before sending the world’s best women surfers out at Sunset.

When competition does resume, six-time ASP World Champion Layne Beachley could be mere hours away from clinching her 7th world title. Check out the scenarios below. Another call on competition status will be made at 7am tomorrow, Nov. 29, 2006.

ASP Women’s World Tour World Title Possibilities for the Roxy Pro Hawaii

If Layne Beachley gets 1st at Sunset:
She becomes the 2006 ASP Women’s World Tour Champion if Melanie Redman-Carr loses before the final heat.
Melanie Redman-Carr needs a 4th place or better to stay in contention (ie. — she must make the final).
Chelsea Georgeson would be out of contention.

If Layne Beachley gets 2nd at Sunset:
Melanie Redman-Carr needs a 7th place or better to stay in contention (ie. — she has to make the semis).
Chelsea Georgeson needs a 1st place to stay in contention.

If Layne Beachley gets 3rd at Sunset:
Melanie Redman-Carr remains in contention with a 17th place or better.
Chelsea Georgeson needs a 4th place or better to stay in contention.

If Layne Beachley gets 4th at Sunset:
Melanie Redman-Carr remains in contention with a 17th place or better.
Chelsea Georgeson needs a 5th place or better to stay in contention.

If Layne Beachley gets 5th at Sunset:
Melanie Redman-Carr remains in contention with a 17th place or better.
Chelsea Georgeson needs a 7th place or better to stay in contention.

If Layne Beachley gets 7th at Sunset:
Melanie Redman-Carr remains in contention with a 17th place or better.
Chelsea Georgeson remains in contention with a 17th place or better.

If Melanie Redman-Carr gets 1st at Sunset:
Layne Beachley remains in contention with a 17th place or better.
Chelsea Georgeson needs a 4th place or better to stay in contention.

If Melanie Redman-Carr gets 2nd at Sunset:
Layne Beachley remains in contention with a 17th place or better.
Chelsea Georgeson needs a 7th place or better to stay in contention.

If Melanie Redman-Carr gets 3rd at Sunset:
Layne Beachley remains in contention with a 17th place or better.
Chelsea Georgeson remains in contention with a 17th place or better.

If Chelsea Georgeson gets 1st at Sunset:
Both Layne Beachley and Melanie Redman-Carr remain in contention.

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Round Three Roxy Pro Hawaii Match-ups: (1st and 2nd advance to Semifinals; 3rd and 4th Eliminated)
Heat 1: Sofia Mulanovich (PER), Jacqueline Silva (BRA), Megan Abubo (HAW), Keala Kennelly (HAW)
Heat 2: Samantha Cornish (AUS), Claire Bevilacqua (AUS), Chelsea Georgeson (AUS), Melanie Bartels (HAW)
Heat 3: Layne Beachley (AUS), Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS), Heather Clark (ZAF)
Heat 4: Rebecca Woods (AUS), Rochelle Ballard (HAW), Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS), Serena Brooke (AUS)