Results for Surf Contests
Round 1 of the Oakley Pro Bali has been called on this morning with the opening heat hitting the water at 7am in clean four-to-six foot (1.5 metre) waves at the primary venue of Keramas.
Indonesia’s Oney Anwar (Lakey Peak, Sumbawa) defeated twenty-three of South-East Asia’s best surfers to win the Oakley Pro Bali Trials and secure a coveted wildcard into the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), World Championship Tour (WCT) event at Keramas, Bali, Indonesia.
The ASP World Championship Tour is set to make its inaugural stop at one of the world’s most high-performance waves at Keramas on Bali’s east coast for the Oakley Pro Bali.
As Indonesia’s longest-running surf contest, the Rip Curl Cup Invitational has seen some of the finest tube masters of the modern era compete in the spitting barrels of Padang Padang.
The countdown has officially begun, but if you’re as impatient as we are June 18 is still a long ways away, which is why we’re glad you’re here.
9th June 2013, Sunday was packed with frothing grommets competing in GromSearch series #8 to win the top honours that will lead them to the National Finals next September.
Oakley, Inc., today announced its commitment to match up to $25,000USD in donations to Reef Check Foundation, the official charitable partner of the Oakley Pro Bali, in support of the foundation’s innovative work in reef preservation in Bali and around the world. Reef Check Foundation is a 501(c)(3) international non-profit organization dedicated to empowering people to save the world’s reefs and oceans.
Kelly Slater (USA), 41, has won the Volcom Fiji Pro over Mick Fanning (AUS), 31, in pumping six-to-eight foot (2 metre) barrels at Cloudbreak, simultaneously launching to No. 1 on the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT) rankings.
The world’s best surfers returned to action today at the Volcom Fiji Pro, completing Rounds 3, 4 and 5 to determine the event’s Quarterfinalists in perfect six-to-eight foot (2 – 2.5 metre) surf at Cloudbreak.
Waves in the 3-4 foot range (1-1.5 meters) were on hand for the final day of the ASP 3-Star Rip Curl Pro Piedras Negras in Ilo, Moquegua, Peru. Santiago Muniz (ARG), 20, came out victorious in the Final over David do Carmo (BRA), 29, at the left hand point break and earned U$ 8,000 and 750 points towards his ASP World Ranking.