Messy, onshore surf was the order of the day at Praia da Tiririca and despite a drop in wind predicted, conditions failed to improve forcing organizers to call the event off for the day.
ASP Women's World Champion and surfers representative Layne Beachley (AUS) was actively involved in deciding the fate of today's competition.
"I think we made a good call today," Beachley said. "Tomorrow's forecast indicates the same size swell, with a drop in wind and if predictions prove correct, we should have a good day of competition on our hands."
Six girls will compete for four converted spots in Round 3, when competition resumes.
World No. 3 Sofia Mulanovich (PER) is an unlikely Round 2 candidate, the former ASP World Champion finished in a disappointing third place in Round 1 and will be looking to lift her game when she takes on Roseanne Hodge (ZAF) and wildcard Nicola Atherton (AUS), in the first heat.
2006 Billabong Girls Pro runner up Jessi Miley Dyer (AUS) is just as eager to make up some ground in this, the third of seven stops on the ASP Women's World Tour, when she takes on Rochelle Ballard (HAW) and Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) in Heat 2.
The next call will be made at 07h30 tomorrow morning.