ASP World Tour 2012 Feed
We rapped out with Mick ahead of the event at Steamer Lane, which could very well decide one of the tightest races for the championship in recent memory
With the win, the Portugese surfer takes home $25K, jumps up 11 places in the CT ratings to No.25, and solidifies a Top 10 spot on the ASP World Rankings
The scene is set for a dramatic week in Santa Cruz, California, as title hopes are at stake heading into the second to last stop of the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour at Steamer Lane
The world's elite surfers will be plunged into icy waters when they arrive in Santa Cruz for the Coldwater Classic from November 1-11 and RedBull.tv will be streaming all the action LIVE.
ASP Billabong Pro Tahiti: Day Two Highlights Aug 18, 2012
Clean conditions on the second day of the ASP Billabong Pro Tahiti produced some stunning surf action. Check out these video highlights to see the best surfers on the planet going deep into the most...
- Hossegor, France
- SEP 26, 2012 at 12:00 AM
- OCT 6, 2012 at 11:00 PM
The Quiksilver Pro France is back for 2012. For nearly 10 years now, the world’s elite surfers from men’s professional surfing have landed in France to compete in the Quiksilver Pro. The only French event and the first on the European leg of the elite ASP Men’s World Surfing Championship. The stars of the shortboard, will absolutely electrify the famous Landes beach breaks, a widely regarded world-class spot, especially at this time of year when massive swells promise ideal conditions. This year, the show featuring all the top names of international surfing will be spiced up even further by a race for the title of World Champion, and the musical lineup for the festival is almost just as exciting.
This is a new era for surfing, with new statutes and regulations which narrowed the number of competitors from 45 to 32. The world elite, now known as 'ASP World Title Race' will force the surfers to pull out all the stops to score big. The new rules and judging criteria actively promote new school moves, which should mean the French are in for a spectacular event.