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Stephanie Gilmore joins surfing's greats
Stephanie Gilmore burst onto the scene winning the Roxy Pro as a wildcard in 2005.

Stephanie Gilmore joins surfing's greats

AEST 08:00, Fri Nov 28 2014
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Australia's Stephanie Gilmore has claimed her sixth world title after a nail-biting finish to the ASP women's tour at the Maui Pro in Hawaii.

The 26-year-old was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the season-ending event but managed to hold onto the crown when closest rival Tyler Wright failed to win the final.

The title win followed her triumphs in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 and leaves her one behind Layne Beachley as the greatest ever women's surfer. Click through Steph's journey from rookie world champ to six-time winner.
Stephanie Gilmore burst onto the scene winning the Roxy Pro as a wildcard in 2005.
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