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Moniz claims Volcom Pipe Pro win

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Hawaiian native, Joshua Moniz, took the Volcom Pipe Pro win Sunday.

The win came after perfect conditions in the final round, including a 10-point ride by former event winner Jaime O'Brien. 

Moniz comes from a family of title winners, including his father, Tony Moniz, who previously won the Pipeline. 

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