The Vans World Cup of Surfing is on today in waves of up to 10 feet (wave face heights). The FINAL day of competition will be tomorrow.

 
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Vans World Cup of Surfing continues at pumping Sunset Beach

The Vans World Cup of Surfing is on today in waves of up to 10 feet (wave face heights). The FINAL day of competition will be tomorrow.

Coming up in the Round of 64: John Florence (HI), Kelly Slater (USA), Patrick Gudauskas (USA), Alejo Muniz (BRZ), Julian Wilson (AUS), Michel Bourez (PYF), Jordy Smith (ZAF), Gabriel Medina (BRZ), and Sunny Garcia (HI).

In celebration of 30 years of world class surfing, the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing hydrated by vitaminwater offers $1million in prize money this year, including a $100,000 bonus, a Harley Davidson motorcycle, and a $10,000 custom Nixon watch for the overall series champion. Each of the three events of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing has a two-week holding period within which to run, requiring just 3-4 days of excellent surf to be completed. To find out when the event is running, log on to:

www.VansTripleCrownOfSurfing.com
facebook.com/vanstriplecrownofsurfing
Twitter @vanssurf using #VTCS
Instagram @vanstriplecrownsurf #VTCS

The events will also be broadcast live on Oceanic Time Warner Cable around Hawaii on channels 250 & 1250HD; in Los Angeles on channel 101*; in San Diego on channel 411*; and in Desert Cities on channel 111*. *partial live coverage, subject to pre-emption for local CIF prep sports playoffs.

Aloha!

Video: on YouTube | Photo: ASP/Kirstin

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