Adriano De Souza

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Adriano de Souza
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Personal information
Born (1987-02-13) February 13, 1987 (age 27)
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Residence Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Weight 137 lb (62 kg)
Surfing career
Best year 2012
Career earnings $1,181,095
Sponsors Pena surfwear, Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, Red Bull energy drinks, Oakley eyewear, FCS fins[1]
Surfing specifications
Stance Natural (Regular)
Shaper(s) Darren Handley
Quiver 5’10 x 17 ⅞” x 2 ⅛”
Favorite waves Riozinho
Favorite maneuvers Boosting airs

Adriano "Mineirinho" de Souza (born February 13, 1987) is a Brazilian professional surfer who competes on the Association of Surfing Professionals Men's World Tour.

Surfing career[edit]

2005 Accomplishments:

  • Won ASP 5-Star event - Billabong Costa do Sauipe
  • Won ASP Super Series event - Rip Curl Pro Hossegor

2006 Accomplishments:

2007 Accomplishments:

  • Ranked #28 on the 2007 ASP World Tour
  • Won ASP 6-Star event - Onbongo Pro Surfing
  • Won ASP 6-Star event - Maresia Surf International

2008 Accomplishments:

  • Ranked #7 on the 2008 ASP World Tour
  • Won ASP 5-Star event - Billabong ECO Surf Festival
  • Won ASP 4-Star event - Mark Richards Pro Newcastle

2009 Accomplishments:

2010 Accomplishments:

2011 Accomplishments:

  • Ranked #5 on the 2011 ASP World Tour[2]
  • Won ASP World Tour title - Billabong Pro Rio
  • Won ASP World Tour title - Rip Curl Pro Portugal

2012 Accomplishments:

2013 Accomplishments:

  • Currently ranked #12 on the 2013 ASP World Tour rankings
  • Won ASP World Tour title - Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach

Career Victories[edit]

ASP World Tour Wins
Year Event Venue Country
2009 Rip Curl Pro Mundaka Mundaka  Spain
2011 Billabong Pro Rio Rio de Janeiro  Brazil
2011 Rip Curl Pro Portugal Peniche  Portugal
2013 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Bells Beach  Australia

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ASP Surfer Profile: Adrian De Souza". ASPWorldTour.com. 
  2. ^ "2011 ASP World Championship". aspworldtour.com. 
  3. ^ "2012 ASP World Tour Rankings". aspworldtour.com. Retrieved 21 October 2012.