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Then There Were Three

How Medina, Fanning, and Slater could each win the 2014 World Title at Pipeline

This isn’t how we saw it playing out either. “It’s his to lose,” we said. “Medina wants his title now,” we said. “Because barrels,” we said. And then Portugal. Medina and Slater both with Round 3 exits, while Fanning quietly churns out his third event win of the year. So now, the hope for the first Brazilian world champ thins, and we head to Hawaii with three names in the hat. Medina still sits atop the rankings, with Fanning close behind and Slater now a long shot for the title. (A lethal long shot.)