All posts tagged "pro surf tour"

  • Is Brazil Taking Over the World of Pro Surfing?

    Two decades ago you would’ve been hard pressed to find many surfers from Brazil making strides on the ASP World Surfing Tour. But today that’s all there is. Well, pretty much. While there are only two surfers...

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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  • Slater + Reynolds = Freak on Freak in Rd. 2 of Quik Pro France

    It was the best of times for world number 2 and 11X world champ Kelly Slater, and the worst of times. The best because that’s just what it’s like being in France this time of year. Everyone...

    • Posted September 26, 2014
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  • Floridian Gabe Kling Wins Pacifico Belmar Pro

    (From ASP) Gabe Kling (USA) has won the 2014 Association of Professional Surfing (ASP) 1-Star Pacifico Belmar Pro, with Joshua Burke (BRB) winning the ASP 1-Star Fins Pro Junior. The Men’s Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and Final were completed...

    • Posted September 15, 2014
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  • “ASP World Tour” to Become “World Surf League” in 2015

    In a world where nothing’s shocking, this comes as quite a shock. The ASP World Tour announced today that it will put to bed a 35 year tradition by shelfing the Association of Surfing Professionals as we...

    • Posted September 12, 2014
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  • Wildcards Kicks ASP Ass in Round 1 of Hurley Pro at Trestles

    It was a day of epic surf and mind boggling upsets as two of the event’s wildcard surfers have taken out both the current ASP world number one and number two. San Clemente’s Tanner Gudauskas took to...

    • Posted September 12, 2014
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  • TV Time!! Billabong Pro Tahiti on ABC as Part of X-Games

    Tune into World of X Games this Sunday, September 7 at 2:30 p.m. ET on ABC for an episode that will highlight the seventh stop of the Association of Surfing Professionals tour – the Billabong Pro Tahiti,...

    • Posted September 4, 2014
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  • Medina Beats Slater to Win Billabong Pro Tahiti

    The current world number one, Brazil’s Gabriel Medina, solidified his name atop the world ratings by taking out the Billabong Pro Tahiti today in pumping six-to eight-foot barrels. The 20-year-old Brazzo took out Kolohe Andino in the...

    • Posted August 26, 2014
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