Julian Wilson (surfer)

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Julian Wilson
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Personal information
Born (1988-11-08) November 8, 1988 (age 26)
Coolum Beach, Queensland, Australia
Residence Coolum Beach, Queensland
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 175 lb (79 kg)
Surfing career
Best year 2010
Career earnings $1,115,900
Sponsors Hurley clothing, Red Bull energy drinks, Oakley eyewear, Sol Republic headphones, FCS fins[1]
Major achievements 2 ASP World Tour stage wins (2012 Rip Curl Pro Portugal; 2014 Billabong Pipe Masters)
Triple Crown champion (2014)
Surfing specifications
Stance Natural (Regular)
Shaper(s) LSD, Mayhem, JS and Channel Islands
Quiver 6’0 ½” x 18 ¼” x 2 ¼”
Favorite waves Lowers
Favorite maneuvers Barrels
Website JulianWilson.com

Julian Wilson (born November 8, 1988) is an Australian professional surfer who competes on the Association of Surfing Professionals Men's World Tour.

He was born and raised in Coolum Beach, Queensland. He is an ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.[2] Julian's mother is a breast cancer survivor and he was inspired to ride a pink board by close family friend and international cricketer Matt Hayden that plays with a pink bat for the same cause.

Surfing career[edit]

2011 Accomplishments:

2012 Accomplishments:

  • Won first ASP World Tour event – Rip Curl Pro Portugal (Peniche, Portugal)
  • Ranked #9 on the 2012 ASP World Tour rankings[4]

2013 Accomplishments:

  • Won first ASP Prime event title – Mr Price Pro Ballito (Ballito, South Africa)

2014 Accomplishments:

  • Won second ASP World Tour event – Billabong Pipe Masters (Hawaii, United States)
  • Won 2014 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing

Career victories[edit]

ASP World Tour Wins
Year Event Venue Country
2012 Rip Curl Pro Portugal Supertubos Beach, Peniche  Portugal
2014 Billabong Pipe Masters Sunset Beach, Oahu, Hawaii  United States


  1. ^ "ASP Surfer Profile: Julian Wilson". ASPWorldTour.com. 
  2. ^ "About Julian Wilson". JulianWilson.com. 
  3. ^ "2011 ASP World Championship" (PDF). aspworldtour.com. 
  4. ^ "2012 ASP World Tour Rankings". aspworldtour.com. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 

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