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Kelly Slater 2006 WCT World Champ. Pic credit ASP Tostee

KELLY SLATER WINS HIS 8TH WORLD TITLE.

MUNDAKA, Basque Country, Northern Spain (Friday, October 13, 2006) – After an amazing year on the Foster’s ASP Men’s World Tour, Kelly Slater (USA) has claimed an unprecedented eighth world crown. In less than epic Mundaka, Kelly Slater won his semi final heat over Joel Parkinson to clinch his eighth world title. More Kelly Slater ...

Layne Beachley 2006 World Title. Pic credit ASP Tostee

LAYNE BEACHLEY WINS HER 7TH WORLD TITLE

HONOLUA BAY, Hawaii (Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006) Seventeen-year ASP Women’s World Tour veteran Layne Beachley has won an unprecedented 7th ASP Women’s World Tour Title in Honolua Bay, Maui today. It has been two years since Beachley last secured a world title. Read More...

Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Billabong Pro Teahupoo
Globe WCT Fiji Rip Curl Search Mexico Billabong Pro South Africa
Boost Mobile Pro Trestles Quiksilver Pro France Billabong Pro Mundaka
Nova Schinn Festival Brazil Rip Curl Pipeline Masters Brazil Can the dangerously confident & relaxed Kelly Slater take out Joel Parkinson in the semi finals and claim his eighth world title in Mundaka. Picture credit ASP Tostee
Roxy Pro Gold Coast Roxy Pro Fiji Billabong Pro Tahiti
Billabong Pro Brazil Rip Curl Pro France Havaianas Beachley Classic  Sydney
Roxy Pro Hawaii Billabong Pro Maui Layne Beachley World Champ 2006
Andy Irons Defeats Kelly Slater to win The Pipe Masters.  Pic Credit ASP Tostee

ANDY IRONS DEFEATS KELLY SLATER TO WIN ARGUABLY BEST EVER RIP CURL PRO PIPELINE MASTERS FINAL

PIPELINE, Hawaii (Thursday, Dec. 14, 2006) – In what was arguably the best finale ever seen at the 36-year-old Rip Curl Pro Pipeline Masters, Andy Irons (HAW) has claimed a well-deserved victory over long-time rival Kelly Slater (USA), Cory Lopez (USA) and Rob Machado (USA). More Kelly Slater, Rip Curl Pro Pipeline Masters News and Information from Pro Surfing .com...

Winners Billabong Pro Honolua Maui Pic credit ASP Tostee

MILEY-DYER ENDS BANNER SEASON WITH A WIN AT THE BILLABONG PRO MAUI

HONOLUA BAY, Hawaii (Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006) - Tour rookie Jessi Miley-Dyer (AUS) has defeated Keala Kennelly (HAW) to win the final event on the 2006 ASP Women’s World Tour, the Billabong Pro Maui, in excellent four to six foot (two metre) surf in Honolua Bay today. More Billabong Pro Hololua Bay News and Results from Pro Surfing .com

Joel Parkinson Pic Credit ASP Tostee

Australian Joel Parkinson Claims 2nd O’Neill World Cup of Surfing

Sunset Beach, HAWAII - (Wednesday, December 6, 2006) - Australian Joel Parkinson has claimed his second O’Neill World Cup of Surfing title in five years with a stunning victory over South African rookie Jordy Smith, three-time Vans Triple Crown and world champion Andy Irons (Kauai, Hawaii), and local surfer Fred Patacchia (Oahu, Hawaii). More O'neill World Cup of Surfing News, Information and Results from Pro Surfing .com... Watch the Video!

Melanie Bartels Pic Credit ASP Tostee

WILDCARD MELANIE BARTELS WINS ROXY PRO HAWAII

SUNSET BEACH, Hawaii (Friday, Dec. 1, 2006) – Westside Oahu local and chance wildcard Melanie Bartels (HAW) has won the Roxy Pro Hawaii at Sunset Beach today. Surfing from the trials, Bartels’ caught a wave with just 14 seconds on the clock to steal the lead from co-wildcard Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) and win her first-ever ASP Women’s World Tour event.More Roxy Pro Hawaii News and Results from ProSurfing .com

Quiksilver Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational Picture Credit ?Quiksilver/Joli

THE QUIKSILVER BIG WAVE INVITATIONAL IN MEMORY OF EDDIE AIKAU HOLDING PERIOD BEGINS

Honolulu, December 1, 2006 - Elite Surfers Usher In North Shore Big Wave Season and Honor Legend of “Eddie” With Opening Ceremonies and Special Pearl Jam Concert Benefiting The North Shore Community Land Trust. More Quiksilver Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational...

Op Pro Hawaii Winners

Andy Irons wins OP Pro Hawaii and gets a jump on the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing series ratings.

Haleiwa, HAWAII - (Tuesday, November 21, 2006) - Hawaii's Andy Irons might have been beaten to the world title by Kelly Slater (Florida, USA) last month, but he hasn't wasted a moment dwelling on it. Picking up where he left off at Pipeline last December, Irons was back on the winner's stand today, taking out the Op Pro Hawaii final to get a jump on the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Series ratings. More OP Pro Hawaii News and Results...

Mick Fanning 2006 Nova Schin Champ. Pic credit ASP Tostee

MICK FANNING IS 2006 NOVA SCHIN CHAMP!

Australian Mick Fanning is your 2006 Nova Schin Festival champion! Mick Fanning, the fastest surfer on the planet, left nothing to chance blasting to a 9.50 and a 9.27 leaving his Floridian opponent both stupefied and comboed. More Nova Schin Brazil News and Results from ProSurfing .com

xcel pro 2006

Evan Valiere Wins 2006 Xcel Pro Presented by No Fear

SUNSET BEACH, HAWAII – November 6, 2006 – Hawaii’s own Evan Valiere has won the 2006 Xcel Pro Presented by No Fear, overcoming a 132-man field and three days of intense competition at Sunset Beach on Oahu’s North Shore More Xcel Pro News and Results from ProSurfing ,com

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THREE-YEAR ASP WORLD MASTERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP ANNOUNCED IN BRAZIL

IMBITUBA, Brazil (Friday, Nov. 3, 2006) – ASP President Wayne ‘Rabbit’ Bartholomew and Brazilian surfing legend Flavio Padaratz are pleased to announce that a three-year deal securing the highly anticipated return of the ASP World Masters’ Championship was recently signed in Imbituba, Brazil.

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TOBY MARTIN IS O’NEILL COLD WATER PRESENTED BY JEEP CLASSIC CHAMPION!

DION ATKINSON IS OAKLEY PRO JUNIOR CHAMPION

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (Sunday, October 22, 2006) – Toby Martin (Sydney, Aus.) won the O’Neill Cold Water Classic presented by Jeep today in pumping overhead surf at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz, California. More O'neill Cold Water Classic News and Results from ProSurfing .com

Australia takes the Gold as Team Champions - Individual Gold goes to Jordy Smith and Mathew Moir of South Africa, Julia Christian of USA, Manuel Centavo of Portugal and Kira Llewellyn of Australia

Huntington Beach, Calif., October 22, 2006 – The 2006 Lost Energy ISA World Surfing Games concluded today with one of the closest final point scores in the Games history with team Australia winning the World Champion title with a total point score of 15,848. Brazil took the silver medal with a total of 15,123 followed by USA winning the bronze with 14,505 points and South Africa garnering the bronze with 13,346. The nine day event brought together 33 countries and over 300 surfers, some who came with full teams and others were proud to participate on behalf of their respective countries alone. More Lost Energy ISA World Surfing Games News and Results from ProSufing .com...

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FOSTER’S RE-SIGN AS ASP WORLD TOUR NAMING RIGHTS SPONSOR FOR 2007

COOLANGATTA, AUSTRALIA: (October 19, 2006) – The Association of Surfing Professionals Ltd (ASP) is pleased to announce that Foster's have re-signed as naming rights sponsors of pro surfing's elite ASP World Tour for a further 12-month period starting from January 2007. More...

No Fear Mexican Surf Fiesta

NO FEAR MEXICAN SURF FIESTA CALLED AFTER ROUND OF 64

SAN MIGUEL, Mexico (Sunday, October 15, 2006) – The No Fear Mexican Surf Fiesta presented by Sobe was called off this afternoon following the completion of the Round of 64. The Association of Surfing Professional (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) two-star event divided the $25,000 prize purse and ratings points up amongst the remaining 32 surfers. More No Fear Mexican Surf Fiesta News and Results from ProSurfing .com...

Bobby Martinez Winner 2006 Billabong Pro Mundaka. Picture credit ASP Tostee

BOBBY MARTINEZ WINS THE BILLABONG PRO MUNDAKA

Mundaka, Basque Country, Northern Spain (Wednesday October 13, 2006) - Friday the 13th was lucky for Bobby Marinez and Kelly Slater. Bobby Martinez charged his way past Dean Morrison on his way to face the new champ in the final. The final was all Bobby. Kelly started to make a comeback at the end but the waves and the clock didn't cooperate. More Billabong Pro Mundaka News and Results from ProSurfing ,com...

Stephanie Gilmore Picture credit ASP Tostee

WILDCARD GILMORE WINS HAVAIANAS BEACHLEY CLASSIC

MANLY, Australia (Wednesday, October 11, 2006) – Wildcard surfer Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) wowed the world when she became the youngest-ever winner of an ASP Women’s World Tour event in 2005. She’s stamped herself in the history books with her win at the $US100,000 Havaianas Beachley Classic today. More Havaianas Beachley Classic...

JOEL PARKINSON WINS THE QUIKSILVER PRO FRANCE!

HOSSEGOR, France (Saturday, September 30, 2006) – An ecstatic Joel Parkinson (AUS) has claimed victory in the Quiksilver Pro France presented by Evian.

Easily the form surfer of the event – the eighth on the Foster’s ASP Men’s World Tour – Parkinson put on a tremendous display in the final to defeat his good friend in fellow Australian Mick Fanning. More Qicksilver Pro France by ProSurfing .com...

Newport Beach Pro

NATE YEOMANS IS NEWPORT BEACH PRO CHAMPION!

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (Sunday, September 24, 2006) – Nate Yeomans (San Clemente, Calif.) took out the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) two-star Newport Beach Pro presented by Jeep today and secured his first ASP victory of the 2006 season. More Newport Beach Pro by ProSurfing .com,...

Roxy Jam Cardiff

LINDSAY STEINRIEDE CROWNED NEW U.S. WOMENS LONGBOARD CHAMPION!

CARDIFF, Calif. (Sunday, September 24, 2006) – Lindsay Steinriede (Dana Point, Calif.) took the title at the first ever Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) North America-sanctioned Roxy Jam Cardiff featuring the Linda Benson Women’s Longboard Pro in Cardiff-by-the-Sea in front of the full capacity crowd at Cardiff Reef. More Roxy Jam Cardiff by ProSurfing .com...

Tim Stamps EPS Surfboard

EPS FOAM CORE AND EPOXY RESIN SURFBOARDS … ARE THEY THE FUTURE?

September 21, 2006 - I recently met with Tim Stamps of Stamps Surfboards to discuss what my options were for my first board since the closure of Clark Foam.  I’ve known Tim for a long time and he knows how I surf.  Tim has shaped several boards for me and I couldn’t be more pleased.   With limited polyurethane blank options, Tim recommended trying an EPS (expanded polystyrene) core blank. He has invested a lot of time and effort to develop his EPS skills to take him into the future. Read More from Boarding .com.

Pat Gudauskas Wins Pantin Pro!

September 12, 2006: Pat Gudauskas secures his 2nd WQS event win for the 2006 season and sees himself in striking distance for WCT qualification. Pat went into the European leg with high hopes of pulling out a result and he did just that. More...

Bede Durbide wins the Boost Mobile Pro beating Kelly Slater.

SAN CLEMENTE, California (September 16, 2006) – Rank outsider Bede Durbidge (AUS) has shocked the sporting world with an amazing win in the Boost Mobile Pro presented by Hurley, held at Lower Trestles in California. More Boost Mobile Pro From ProSurfing .com...

Surfer Poll 2006

Results 2006 Surfer Poll & Video Awards

Male and female winners based on results of reader voting online Video Awards based on Surfer Magazine panel. More...

Internation Surfing Association

ISA Continues to Work Toward a Better Surfing Future:

San Diego, Calif., September 7, 2006 - The International Surfing Association (ISA) is surfing’s world governing authority for over 50 countries in six continents. In recent years, the sport of surfing and the ISA have gone through substantial growth. More...

CHELSEA GEORGESON WINS THE RIP CURL PRO MADEMOISELLE

SEIGNOSSE, France (Monday, Sept. 4, 2006) – Chelsea Georgeson (AUS), the reigning ASP Women’s World Champion, has defended her Rip Curl Pro Mademoiselle title today with a win over current world No. 1 Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) at Les Bourdaines today. More Rip Curl Pro Mademoiselle form ProSurfing .com...

TWO YEAR FUNDING DEAL FOR ROXY WOMEN'S SURF FESTIVAL

Thursday, 31 August 2006 - The Roxy Women's Surf Festival at Phillip Island has secured a new two-year deal with the Victorian Government Premier, Steve Bracks, said today. Mr Bracks said the Roxy Women's Surf Festival is one of the world's largest women's participation surfing events. More...

Lee Ann Curren, 2006 ASP European Pro Junior Champion.

August 28th 2006 - The young French surfer, Lee Ann Curren, of the Roxy Team had already posted big options on the European pro-junior title with three victories in a row in Portugal's Roxy Pro Junior and Buondi Pro Junior, and in the United States' Huntington Beach (California) Target Women's Pro Junior this summer. More...

Joan Duru, the 17-year-old Quiksilver team rider from South West France is officially the 2006 ASP European Pro Junior Champion.More...

JEEP(r) SIGNS ON AS PRESENTING SPONSOR OF THE 2006 MACY'S CALIFORNIA TRIFECTA SURF SERIES

San Clemente Calif., August 28, 2006- In a major show of support for professional surfing in California, Jeep(r) brand has signed on as
presenting sponsor of the 2006 Macy's California Trifecta Surf Series as well as the presenting sponsor of the Newport Pro and the O'Neill Cold Water Classic, it was announced today by Action Sports Group (ASG) president, Don Meek. More...

AARON CORMICAN WINS ASP 2-STAR EAST COAST SURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (Sunday, August 27, 2006) – Aaron Cormican (New Smyrna Beach, FL) took out the 44th Annual $25,000 East Coast Surfing Championships (ECSC), a two-star Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) event, for the second year in a row today. More...

BEACHLEY WINS BILLABONG GIRLS PRO BRAZIL AND TAKES RATINGS LEAD

ITACARE, BRAZIL (Saturday, August 26, 2006) – Layne Beachley (AUS) won the inaugural Billabong Girls Pro Brazil today to post her first ASP Women’s World Tour event win in two years. Beachley is now the No. 1-rated female surfer in the world – an honor she hasn’t shouldered since winning her sixth world title in 2003. More Billabong Girls Pro Brazil from ProSurfing .com...

Karina Patrona Picture credit ASP Tostee

ASP NORTH AMERICA WOMEN’S TOUR SET TO WRAP AT EAST COAST SURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (Wednesday, August 16, 2006) – The final event of the 2006 Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) North America Women’s tour will kick off at the 44th annual East Coast Surfing Championships (ECSC) held at Virginia Beach from August 23 – 28, 2006. More...

Malia Manuel

Malia Manuel Wins O’Neill Island Girl Junior Pro

August 14, 2006 - Thirteen-year-old Kauai surfer Malia Manuel won the 2006 Rochelle Ballard O’Neill Island Girl Junior Pro supported by Reef and Nukumoi Surf Co. today at PK’s on the south shore of Kauai. Edging out former Pipeline Women’s Pro champ, runner-up Alana Blanchard, Malia delivered a series of high-scoring rides with smooth top-to-bottom turns and a number of perfectly executed 360s during the heat on the clean 2- to 3-foot waves. More...

Spain’s National Surfing Championships stages the 'O'Neill Canarian Crown’ at Los Realejos, Tenerife – presented by Hatusa

August 09, 2006 - Taking place this September in the town of Los Realejos in Tenerife, the O’Neill Canarian Crown will see wave riders battling it out to accumulate valuable points on Spain’s national surfing championship tour. More...

Dylan Graves Picture Credit ASP Tostee

DYLAN GRAVES WINS ASP OAKLEY PRO JUNIOR IN NEW JERSEY

OCEAN CITY, NEW JERSEY (Sunday, August 6th, 2006) – Dylan Graves (Isabella, PRI) took down the $10,000 Oakley Pro Junior presented by Heritage Surf and Sport today at 7th Street Beach in Ocean City, New Jersey. More...

JUNIORS MUSCLE THROUGH WEAK CONDITIONS AT OAKLEY PRO JUNIOR IN NEW JERSEY

OCEAN CITY, NEW JERSEY (Saturday, August 5th, 2006) – Small 1-foot surf greeted North America’s standout juniors this morning at day one of the Oakley Pro Junior presented by Heritage Surf and Sport. More...

Rob Machado Picture Credit ASP Tostee

ROB MACHADO REIGNS SUPREME AT HONDA U.S. OPEN OF SURFING

Sunday, July 30, 2006 - Former two-time event champion and last year's runner-up Rob Machado (Cardiff, CA) re-asserted his U.S. Open of Surfing supremacy today winning his third title in front of thousands at Huntington Beach. More US Open news and results from ProSurfing .com.

Sofia Mulanovich Picture Credit ASP Tostee

SOFIA MULANOVICH WINS HONDA U.S. OPEN OF SURFING. Lee Ann Curren Wins Target Women's Pro Junior

Saturday, July 29, 2006 – Former Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Women’s World Champion Sofia Mulanovich (Lima, Peru) won the Women’s Honda U.S. Open of Surfing presented by O’Neill in front of a capacity crowd at Huntington Beach this afternoon.More US Open news and results from ProSurfing .com.

Mick Fanning Picture Credit ASP Tostee

MICK FANNING WINS BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY

SATURDAY JULY 22, 2006 - After surfing a tremendous final in outstanding waves Mick Fanning (AUS) has defeated Taj Burrow (AUS) to win the 2006 edition of the Billabong Pro Jeffreys Bay. More Billabong Pro Jeffereys Bay News and Results from ProSurfing .com...

AMERICAN SCHUYLER MCFERRAN CROWNED FIRST EVER ASP WOMEN’S WORLD LONGBOARD CHAMPION

BIARRITZ, France (Saturday, July 8, 2006) American Schuyler McFerran (Encinitas, California) has won the Roxy ASP Women’s World Longboarding Championship presented by Evian after surfing from the first round and winning every one of the eight heats she contested. Read More...

Channel Islands Surfboards

BURTON SNOWBOARDS BUYS CHANNEL ISLANDS SURFBAORDS

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (June 29, 2006) - Channel Islands Surfboards' Al Merrick today announced that the company has been acquired by Burton Snowboards. Read More from Boarding .com...

Andy Irons Picture Credit ASP Tostee

ANDY IRONS WINS RIP CURL PRO SEARCH WCT

Friday 23 June, 2006 - Andy Wins! Andy takes down Taylor Knox with exposive turns and a huge air. Taylor was sitting on a solid 8.0 but couldn't get the second wave he needed. Congratulations Andy. Get the highlights on iTunes by subscribing to the FREE. More Rip Curl Pro Search Mexico from ProSurfing .com...

Quiksilver Pro Japan

NEW NAMING RIGHTS SPONSOR SOUGHT FOR JAPAN ASP WORLD TOUR EVENT.

MONDAY, 5 JUNE 2006 - Due to there being limited time to find a major sponsor, the Association of Surfing Professionals International Ltd. (ASP) has been forced to CANCEL! the Foster's ASP Men's World Tour event in Japan. More...

Layne Beachley

SYDNEY TO HOST RICHEST ASP WOMEN'S WORLD TOUR SURFING EVENT.

Sunday 4 June, 2006 - Sydney, Australia will host its first women’s standalone world championship surfing event in 10 years when the inaugural Beachley Surf Classic, the sixth of eight events on the 2006 ASP Women’s World Tour, takes to Manly Beach in October. More...

Hobgood

DAMIEN HOBGOOD TAKES VICTORY IN GLOBE WCT FIJI

TUESDAY 30 MAY, 2006 - Flashy Floridian Damien Hobgood (USA) has won the Globe WCT Fiji in near perfect two metre (six foot) waves on the reef known as Cloudbreak. Hobgood outpointed Foster’s ASP Men’s World Tour rookie Shaun Cansdell who hails from country New South Wales, Australia. More Globe Fiji News and Results from ProSurfing .com...

MARTINEZ WINS BILLABONG PRO TAHITI AND SHOOTS TO SECOND ON THE RATINGS - SLATER INJURED!

SATURDAY 13 MAY, 2006 - Rookie Bobby Martinez (USA) has turned the surfing world on its ear today by pushing past a host of established pro tourers to claim his first-ever major event win at the Billabong Pro Tahiti. Defeating the 2005 Foster's ASP Men's World Tour Rookie Of The Year Fred Patacchia Jr. (HAW) in the 40 minute and extremely tight affair, Martinez scored a total of 16.27 to Patacchia's 16.07. More Billabong Pro Teahupoo Tahiti News and Results from ProSurfing .com ..

REDMAN-CARR WINS BILLABONG PRO TAHITI AND MAKES IT THREE IN A ROW

FRIDAY 12 MAY, 2006 - Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) dethroned defending event champion Chelsea Georgeson (AUS) to claim victory at the Billabong Pro Tahiti today. The win has put her in strong contention to strip the reigning world champion of her world title as well. More Womens Billabong Pro Tahiti News and Results from ProSurfing .com...

REDMAN-CARR POSTS BACK-TO-BACK ROXY PRO WINS

Thursday 27 April, 2006 - In a déjà vu victory over six-time world champion Layne Beachley (AUS), Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) has claimed her second title on the 2006 Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Women's World Tour calendar, the US$78,300 Roxy Pro in Fiji. More Roxy Pro Fiji News and Results from ProSurfing .com...

Kelly SLATER RINGS THE RIP CURL PRO BELL IN 2006

Thursday 20 April, 2006 - Kelly Slater has just claimed victory in what was an amazing climax to the Rip Curl Pro. In eight to 10 feet plus waves Slater unleashed a flurry of turns to take down Joel Parkinson. More Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach News and Results from ProSurfing .com...

Check out the Video. They are Ripping!

Brazilian surfer Neco Padaratz has made history at the Vodafone Open presented by Billabong at Newcastle today by winning through 12 heats from the opening round six days ago to claim victory in the ultimate final. More...
Vodafone Open Newcastle Beach Surfers Battle Small Waves As Monster Swell Looms and were forced to contend with small and inconsistent waves in the penultimate preliminary Vodafone Open at Newcastle Beach today but mountainous swells are on the horizon. Seven-time world champion Kelly Slater (United States) and dual Newcastle titleholder Mark Occhilupo (Gold Coast) are just two of the big-name surfers who arrived in town today with their big-wave boards in tow. More...
Surfers competing on the Foster's ASP Men's World Tour are pulling on the "rubber" this week in anticipation of competing on professional surfing's grandest stage - Bell's Beach - in Australia's longest running event, the Rip Curl Pro. More...
The world's best female surfers will take to the pristine South Pacific waters off Fiji's Tavarua and Namotu islands for the second ASP Women's World Tour event of the year - the US$78,300 Roxy Pro, which starts Sunday 23 April. More...
Former world number two surfer Michael Campbell wants back on the ASP World Championship Tour. The fiery red head, looking fitter than ever, spurned the world surfing circuit in 2004. More...
CONTROVERSIAL Brazilian surfer Neco Padaratz signalled his intention to rejoin the elite World Championship Tour ranks when he blitzed day two of the Vodafone Open at Newcastle Beach today... More.
Legendary Australian surfer Mark Occhilupo completed the fairytale finish by winning the Margaret River Pro in increbile circumstances today.

Occhilupo won the first ever professional event at Margaret River 21 years ago in 1985 and returned to the event this year to try and take a second win in what he had announced would be his final time competing at this particular event! More...

Kelly Slater Wins Quiksilver Pro Presented By Samsung

Kelly Slater (USA), the man considered the greatest surfer of all time, has lived up to expectation once again by winning the first event of the 2006 Foster's ASP Men's World Tour, the Quiksilver Pro presented by Samsung. Read More Quiksilver Pro News and Information from Pro Surfing....

Roxy Pro Gold Coast, March 2006: Nine-year ASP Women’s World Tour veteran Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) has defeated six-time world champion Layne Beachley (AUS) to win the first event of the year. Read More Roxy Pro Gold Coast News and Information from Pro Surfing .com
Vans Pro Championship Huntington Beach VANS PRO CHAMPIONSHIP: Huntington Beach, CA - Huntington Beach's Brett Simpson goes ballistic
in the final to take home the inaugural Vans Pro Championship... More.
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APS WCT Tour 2010 Schedule

Mens's Division

Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast
Feb 27-Mar 10, Gold Coast Qld-Australia
Rip Curl Pro Bells
March 30 -April 10, Bells Beach Victoria-Australia
Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro
April 23-May 2, Santa Catarina Brazil
Billabong Pro J-Bay
Jly 15-25, Jeffreys Bay South Africa
Billabong Pro Teahupoo
Aug 23 - Sept 3, Teahupoo Taiarapu-Tahiti
Hurley Pro Trestles
Sep 12-21, Trestles California-USA
Quiksilver Pro France
Sep 25-Oct 5, South West Coast France
Rip Curl Pro
Oct 7-18, Peniche, Portugal
Rip Curl Pro Search
Oct 30-Nov. 10 - Somewhere?
Billabong Pipeline Masters
Dec 8-20, Banzai Pipeline Oahu-Hawaii

Women's Division

Roxy Pro Gold Coast
Feb 27-Mar 10, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells
Mar 30-April 10, Bells Beach Victoria, Australia
TSB Bank Women's Surf Festival
Apr 11-16 Taranaki – New Zealand
Commonwealth Bank Beachly Classic
Apr 21-26, Dee Why,Northern Beaches, NSW-Australia
Movistar Peru Classic presented by Rip Curl
June 8-13, Lobitos-Peru
Rip Curl Pro
Oct 7-11, Peniche-Portugal
Rip Curl Search
Oct 30-Nov 4, Somewhere
Gidget Pro
Nov 24-Dec 6, Sunset Beach Oahu, Hawaii
Billabong Pro Maui
Dec 8-20 Honolua Bay, Maui, Hawaii

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