Red Bull Cape Fear

The Red Bull Cape Fear is a surfing competition held at a local Sydney break called Cape Fear, on the southern side of Botany Bay at Cape Solander. Known locally as 'Ours', it became the site of a Red Bull big wave surfing competition in August 2014 called Red Bull Cape Fear.[1] Richie Vaculik competed against fellow local Evan Faulks.[2] and Mark Mathews (surfer) and fellow professional surfer Ryan Hipwood organised the Red Bull Cape Fear event in August 2014.[3]

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Round 4

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Round 5

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Quarter finals

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Semi finals

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