30 May, 2006 : - - Flashy Floridian Damien Hobgood (USA) has won the Globe WCT Fiji in near perfect two metre (six foot) waves on the reef known as Cloudbreak. Hobgood outpointed Foster’s ASP Men’s World Tour rookie Shaun Cansdell who hails from country New South Wales, Australia.
13 May, 2006 : - - Rookie Bobby Martinez (USA) has turned the surfing world on its ear today by pushing past a host of established pro tourers to claim his first-ever major event win at the Billabong Pro Tahiti.
12 May, 2006 : - - Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) dethroned defending event champion Chelsea Georgeson (AUS) to claim victory at the Billabong Pro Tahiti today. The win has put her in strong contention to strip the reigning world champion of her world title as well.
1 May, 2006 : - - The heaviest wave on the planet, Teahupoo, will for the next two weeks play host to the true test of the Foster’s ASP Men’s and ASP Women’s World Tours, The Billabong Pro Tahiti.
27 April, 2006 : - - In a déjà vu victory over six-time world champion Layne Beachley (AUS), Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) has claimed her second title on the 2006 Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Women’s World Tour calendar, the US$78,300 Roxy Pro in Fiji.
20 April, 2006 : - - In what has been called one of the best finishes to a pro surfing event ever, the Rip Curl Pro has been won by Kelly Slater (USA). Defeating Joel Parkinson (AUS) in amazing three metre (eight to 10 feet) freight training waves at Bells Beach, Australia, it was the first time he has scored a victo
10 March, 2006 : - - Kelly Slater (USA), the man considered the greatest surfer of all time, has lived up to expectation once again by winning the first event of the 2006 Foster's ASP Men's World Tour, the Quiksilver Pro presented by Samsung, which climaxed in ultra clean one metre (three foot) waves at Duranbah beac
9 March, 2006 : - - Nine-year ASP Women’s World Tour veteran Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) has defeated six-time world champion Layne Beachley (AUS) to win the first event of the year, the Roxy Pro.
26 February, 2006 : - - The 2006 Quiksilver Pro Australia and live webcast is ready to begin! Seven-time ASP world champ Kelly Slater has won this event twice already, and could be in the hunt for world title number eight if he pulls out another victory on the fabled Gold Coast. But Andy Irons and the "Coolie Kids,"
18 December, 2005 : - - With the 2005 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing concluded the final Mens and Womens Triple Crown of Surfing ratings and the final 2005 ASP ratings are established, and the 2006 seeds for the ASP Mens and Womens Tours have been determined. Scroll down for details;-
17 December 2005, North Shore Hawaii; - - Andy Irons has won the the Rip Curl Pro Pipeline Masters in an action packed final at Banzai Pipeline. Conditions deteriorated somewhat from earlier heats as the onshore wind started to fill in. A stunning 10 point score by Andy Irons early in the final suggested the wind rea
16 December, 2005 : - - Chelsea Georgeson has just claimed the 2005 ASP World Title following Sofia Mulanovich's defeat by Jacqueline Silva in Heat #3 of the quarter-finals at Honolua Bay. Earlier Georgeson won her quarter-final heat #2 defeating Trudy Todd. Full details to follow shortly.............................
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