x

Women’s World Title Goes Down to Portugal

by on Thursday 26th September, 2013   1730 Visits   Comments

Cascais, Portugal will crown the ASP Women’s World Champion, stop 8 and the final event of the 2013 tour.

With the defeat of Hawaiian, Carissa Moore, in the semi-finals of the Roxy Pro, and Tyler Wright’s second place finish, the points gap has been cut to just 200 points, with Wright just edging the lead. 

There is less than a week remaining until the final event at Cascais, leaving little time for fun and free surfs on the Cote Basque.

Comments
Average rating of 0 from 0 votes

1730 Visits -

Video The Ripple Effect: Bob Hurley
805

The Ripple Effect: Bob Hurley

The final episode of The Ripple Effect tells the story of how the humble brainchild of an eccentric genius changed the entire surf industry

Video Russell Bierke – Not Your Typical 16-year-old
4738

Russell Bierke – Not Your Typical 16-year-old

A year following 16-year-old Russell Bierke charging Shipsterns, Hawaii and South Coast NSW

Video Filipe Toledo and Yago Dora Unleash
886

Filipe Toledo and Yago Dora Unleash

Brazilian stuntmen Filipe Toledo and Yago Dora have a blast on these fun looking beachies

Feature Are Egos Getting in The Way of Safety?
8503

Are Egos Getting in The Way of Safety?

As the boundaries of surfing are constantly pushed into the distance, Matt Rott questions surfing's relationship with the helmet

Video Living It Up on Lombok
2621

Living It Up on Lombok

Soli Bailey, Tai Graham, and Harrison Roach chase a healthy swell over a week on Lombok

Feature Bali Delivers
7500

Bali Delivers

Late July brings perfect conditions to Bali and Lombok