The island of Tavarua will host the ASP Top 34 in improved conditions in the coming days.
TAVARUA, Fiji (Sunday, June 2, 2013) – Onshore winds and small surf on offer this morning have prompted Volcom Fiji Pro event organizers to call a lay day for competition as the remainder of the window is projecting increased surf and improved conditions.
Event No. 4 of 10 on the 2013 ASP World Championship Tour, the Volcom Fiji Pro has brought the world’s best surfers to one of the world’s most idyllic surfing destinations in the South Pacific. Over the course of the 13-day window, the ASP Top 34 will do battle at the primary venue of Cloudbreak and potentially the secondary venue of Restaurants as this season’s hunt for the world surfing crown continues.
“Only small surf on offer this morning with poor wind conditions,” Rich Porta, ASP International Head Judge, said. “We’ve called a lay day for competition and expect improved conditions throughout the remainder of the event window. We’ll be back tomorrow morning to make another assessment.”