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ASP Surfers, Events and Management Announce Plans for 2010 and Beyond

posted by / News / October 10, 2009

MUNDAKA, Euskadi/Spain (Saturday, October 10, 2009) – The October 2009 ASP Board of Directors meeting has completed, with all surfers, […]

Bede’s Blog: Checking In From Europe

posted by / News / October 8, 2009

GOLD COAST, Queensland (Thursday, October 8, 2009) – Hey everybody, Bede checking in from Mundaka. It’s been a hectic few […]

THE HUB | 10.05.2009

posted by / The Hub / October 5, 2009

THE HUB | October 5th 2009 | Almost like we did something Guinness Record: Most Drop-Ins EVER “Sounds like […]

Mick Fanning Claims Quiksliver Pro France

posted by / News / September 27, 2009

Mick Fanning Claims Back-to-Back ASP Dream Tour Events, Takes Quik Pro France SEIGNOSSE, France (Sunday, September 27, 2009) – Mick […]

Three Answers with Gabe Kling

posted by / JimmyCane / September 21, 2009

By Jimmicane SURFING Magazine: After suffering your ankle/knee injury down in Tasmania this February, where are you in your recovery […]

Dane Doesn’t Win

posted by / Event / September 20, 2009

Mick Fanning victorious at the Hurley Pro By Stuart Cornuelle It’s absolute Beavermania out there, and yet Dane Reynolds hasn’t […]

Fanning Wins Hurley Pro Trestles

posted by / Event / September 19, 2009

Fanning Wins Hurley Pro Trestles, Claims US$105k and ASP World No. 2 Spot LOWER TRESTLES, California (Saturday, September 19, 2009) […]

Big Changes To ASP Dream Tour Discussed

posted by / News / August 31, 2009

A cross-section of the ASP’s principle stakeholders convened two weeks ago on Australia’s Gold Coast for a two-day summit, dubbed […]

Charly Martin Wins Oakley Pro Junior France; Wiggoly Dantas is Runner Up

posted by / Event / August 17, 2009

LACANAU OCEAN – France (Sunday, August 16, 2009) – Pauline Ado (Hendaye, FRA), 18, and Charles Martin (GLP), 18, have […]

ASP Top 17 Join Forces With SURFING Magazine

posted by / News / July 23, 2009

ASP Women’s World Tour 2010 ASP Top 17 Join Forces With SURFING Magazine Pictured (Right): Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 21, reigning […]

Defending Champ at 15

posted by / News / July 17, 2009

The U.S. Open’s Youngest winner Malia Manuel prepares to defend her title By Travis Ferré Last year, underneath the concrete […]

Know Your Tour Stop: South Africa

posted by / News / July 13, 2009

South Africa is suffering from high unemployment and crime. J-Bay might be one of the best stops on the tour, […]

Kelly Slater Wins The 2009 Hang Loose Santa Catarina Pro

posted by / News / July 6, 2009

9-Time world champ puts himself back in the world title race after taking out Adriano de Souza in the final […]

60 Seconds With Ian Cairns

posted by / News / July 6, 2009

By Andrew Lewis Team USA’s new Head Coach Ian Cairns Ian Cairns needs no introduction. The man has done more […]

Keanu Asing Wins Nike 6.0 Pier Pressure

posted by / News / July 6, 2009

Hawaiian battles tough conditions and strong competition to win the Grade 4 ASP junior event Keanu Asing Keanu Asing (Ewa […]

Andy’s 2010 Wildcard Doesn’t Matter

posted by / Stuart / January 27, 2009

There’s a fair measure of vitriol bouncing around about Andy Irons’ WCT wildcard in 2010. The ASP has given Andy […]

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