Schedule: Women's Quarterfinals (Heats 1-4), Semifinals (Heats 1-2) and Final
Conditions: 2-4 foot (1 metre) waves at Barra Da Tijuca. Full story and coverage coming soon. Catch the ASP heat Blogs HERE
Date: Monday, May 12, 2014
Schedule: Men's Round 5 (Heats 1-4) and onward
Conditions: 2-4 foot chunky waves at Barra Da Tijuca. Full story coming. Click in for heats...
The latest move from the ASP announced this week was the acquisition of the Vans Triple Crown License. The news comes on the heels of some major moves by the ASP that have expanded its umbrella of properties to include theBillabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards, a deal that was just announced last week, as well as the recent acquisition of The Big Wave World Tour. Here’s more from the ASP:
The 5th Annual Surf n Sea HALEIWA SUP RACE PResented by O'neill is coming up soon.
Surf n Sea has added more activities to get everybody involved.
Saturday May 31st is a day packed full of great ocean fun on the beach behind Surf n Sea in Haleiwa.
Once again congrads to Kamehameha School Surf Team Champs! Herein in case you missed it. Daniel Ikaika Ito writes up the story. MAGIC ISLAND, O‘AHU (April 28, 2014) – The Kamehameha Surf Team <https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kamehameha-Schools-Surfers-Give-Back-Club/107344877078> won their fifth consecutive Hawai‘i Surfing Association (HSA)<http://www.hasasurf.org/v2/index1.html> State championship by beating Kahuku High School 75-49 last weekend of April at Ala Moana Bowls....
The Ride of the Year award had loomed large for the entirety of the show. Between each presentation, each surfer was depicted in a short film, self-narrating the day and the moment they caught that memorable wave that had brought them to this nomination.
Maui community celebrates new bill on Earth Day
28 April, High school students, community leaders and environmental groups celebrated Earth Day with the passage of a bill banning tobacco use at all Maui County parks, beaches and recreational facilities.
The movement to create smoke-free beaches began in January when a group of high school students led an island-wide cleanup and collected more than 14,000 cigarette butts in under two hours. Students worked with Surfrider’s Maui Chapter, the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii and Sustainable Coastlines to organize the cleanup and then present their findings to the Mayor and County Council members....
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