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Stephanie Gilmore, The 2013 ESPY Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California. July 17, 2013 (Pictured: Stephanie Gilmore). Credit: Baxter/Abaca/face to face - Germany, Luxemburg, Eastern Europe and Russia rights only - fot. Face to Face/REPORTER

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In a photo provided by the Association of Surfing Professionals, Stephanie Gilmore, of Australia, competes in a round of the U.S. Open of Surfing at Huntington Beach, Calif., Tuesday, July 31, 2012. Gilmore defeated Rebecca Woods and Dax McGill. (AP Photo/Association of Surfing Professionals, Sean Rowland)

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In a photo provided by the Association of Surfing Professionals, Stephanie Gilmore, of Australia, competes in the Roxy Pro Biarritz surfing event, Saturday, July 14, 2012, in Biarritz, France. Gilmore won defeating Tyler Wright. Gilmore clinched her fifth ASP World Title with the win. (AP Photo/Association of Surfing Professionals, Damien Poullenot, Aquashot)

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In a photo provided by the Association of Surfing Professionals, Stephanie Gilmore, of Australia, holds the trophy after winning the Roxy Pro Biarritz surfing event, Saturday, July 14, 2012, in Biarritz, France. Gilmore won her fifth ASP World Title, defeating Tyler Wright. (AP Photo/Association of Surfing Professionals, Damien Poullenot, Aquashot)

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Australian Stephanie Gilmore competes during the second round of 2012 ASP World Championship Tour at Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on May 10, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Christophe Simon

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Australian Stephanie Gilmore competes during the second round of 2012 ASP World Championship Tour at Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on May 10, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Christophe Simon

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LONG BEACH, NY - SEPTEMBER 09: Four time world champion Stephanie Gilmore rides the waves during an exhibition round at the Quiksilver Pro New York tournament on September 9, 2011 in Long Beach, New York. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images/AFP

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Roxy Charity Surf. Elite athletes came from all corners of France to take part in The Roxy Charity Surf Game in support of Lee-Ann Curren's charity. All gathered for a relay race, in favor of Lee-Ann's surf & hope charity, These World's top athletes have surfed, paddled and run side by side with the World's best surfers. Guy Forget, Amelie Mauresmo, Stephanie Gilmore, Bixente Lizarazu and Shirley Bousquet. Biarritz, France - July 16th 2011

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Australian pro surfer Stephanie Gilmore celebrates as she won the Roxy Pro 2011 at the Roxy Pro contest in the southwestern city of Biarritz on July 15, 2011. The Roxy Pro is the second-to-last stop on this year's ASP Women's World title race. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ

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Australian pro surfer Stephanie Gilmore stands on the beach before qualify for the Roxy Pro 2011 at the Roxy Pro contest in the southwestern city of Biarritz on July 15, 2011. Gilmore won the Roxy Pro 2011. The contest is the second-to-last stop on this year's ASP Women's World title race. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ

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Australian pro surfer Stephanie Gilmore rides a wave to win the Roxy Pro 2011 at the Roxy Pro contest in the southwestern city of Biarritz on July 15, 2011. Gilmore won the Roxy Pro 2011. The contest is the second-to-last stop on this year's ASP Women's World title race. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ

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Australian pro surfer Stephanie Gilmore celebrates on the podium as she won the Roxy Pro 2011 at the Roxy Pro contest in the southwestern city of Biarritz on July 15, 2011. The Roxy Pro is the second-to-last stop on this year's ASP Women's World title race. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ

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Laura Enever of Australia jumps into the water to compete in round three of the the Billabong Rio Pro Women's surfing competition in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday May 15, 2011. Enever was eliminated in the quarterfinal round by fellow Australian Stephanie Gilmore. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

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Reigning four time Association of Surfing Professionals Women's World Champion Stephanie Gilmore from Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia, rides the barrel to win the VANS Duel for The Jewel Wednesday Dec. 15, 2010 at the pipeline in Oahu Hawaii. (AP photo/ASP International)

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Stephanie Gilmore of Australia, current ASP World Champion and the Beachley Classic defending champion rides a wave during the ASP Women's World Tour and Beachley Classic at the Manly beach in Sydney on October 10, 2008. Gilmore placed third in her opening round heat of the day behind South Africa's Rosanne Hodge and young Australian wildcard Tyler Wright. The Beachley Classic is stop number five on the ASP Women's World Tour including the world's top 17 surfers along with one wild card from the Oakley Trials and the World's richest Women's Pro Surfing event with 100,000 USD in prize money. AFP PHOTO/ASP Robertson-Covered Images/Steve Robertson/HO RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE GETTY OUT

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2007 ASP Women's World Champion Stephanie Gilmore of Australia rides a wave to capitalise on her ASP World Title win she claimed on December 13 by winning the Billabong Girls Pro Maui at Honolua Bay in Hawaii 14 December 2007. Gilmore advanced through to reach the Final where she eventually defeated defending Billabong Girls Pro Champion Australian Jessi Miley Dyer. AFP PHOTO / PIERRE TOSTEE / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Stephanie Gilmore of Australia rides a wave during the Bells Beach Rip Curl Pro surfing tournament at Bells Beach, in the Australian state of Victoria, 04 April 2007. Gilmore defeated compatriate Claire Bevilacqua in the third round and will face Chelsea Hedges in the quarter-finals of the 80,000 USD event. RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO/HO/ASP Covered Images

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Stephanie Gilmore of Australia rides a wave to win the richest ever Women's Professional Surfing event (US$100 000) and the richest ever 1st placed prize (US$20 000) by defeating Layne Beachley in the final of the Havaianas Beachley Classic at Manly Beach in Sydney, 11 October 2006. Gilmore, 19, is the youngest surfer to ever win an ASP Women's World Tour event and done it twice following her win. AFP PHOTO

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Sofia Mulanovich from Peru struggles in her semi final against Stephanie Gilmore of Australia in the Havaianas Beachley Classic at Manly Beach in Sydney, 11 October 2006. Gilmore, 19, is the youngest surfer to ever win an ASP Women's World Tour event and done it twice following her win. Mulanovich finished in fourth place. AFP PHOTO

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Stephanie Gilmore, 17-years-old of Australia rides a wave to win the Roxy Pro title in Coolangatta, 06 March 2006. Gilmore who won the Roxy Pro trials to receive a wildcard into the main event, dominated her local break Snapper Rocks throughout the contest and was responsible for the elimination of two world champions during her campaign-six times ASP world champion Layne Beachley of Australia and reigning world champion Sofia Mulanovich of Peru. AFP PHOTO/Pierre Tostee/ASP Tostee

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