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CARMICHAEL INCHES CLOSER TO WORLD TOUR

Avoca’s Wade Carmichael has fallen short of a quarter finals spot at the Hawaiian Pro this morning.

He came in last in his round four heat…failing to score higher than a five-point wave.

Carmichael has now dropped to 11th on the QS rankings.

He’ll need a strong score in this weekend’s final event of the year to keep his World Tour dreams alive.

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