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Surfing - 04 Oct 2004
Lion Breweries has today announced they will be renewing their relationship with Surfing New Zealand (SNZ) for a further three years. The news comes at a great time for both parties as each forges ahead toward a busy summer schedule.
Surfing - 03 Aug 2004
Vans is very pleased to announce that O’Neill, Inc. has signed on as title sponsor of the O’Neill World Cup of Surfing, the second stop of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing®, at Oahu’s Sunset Beach for the next three years.
Surfing - 13 Apr 2004
Surfing Company Rip Curl International is proud today to announce it has secured naming rights sponsorship of the legendary Pipeline Masters.
Surfing - 24 Mar 2004
The International Surfing Association (ISA), recognised as the worldwide governing body for the sport, has approved the petition of Surfing America to become the official National Governing Body for surfing in the USA.
Surfing - 15 Dec 2003
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2003 (ASP INT'L, HAWAII) THE ASSOCIATION OF SURFING PROFESSIONALS (ASP) IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE IT HAS SECURED A NAMING RIGHTS SPONSOR FOR THE MEN'S' 2004 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR (WCT).
Surfing - 13 Oct 2003
October 13, 2003 (ASP Int'l) At a specially convened strategic retreat, the ASP Board of Directors resolved to restructure the Board, for implementation in 2004. The New Board structure will reflect a more streamline operation, with global representation through Event, Athlete and Regional representation.
Surfing - 28 Feb 2003
The Association of Surfing Professionals are pleased to announce Foster's Brewing International have come onboard as the official beer sponsor of the men's World Championship Tour (WCT).
Surfing - 24 Jan 2003
Quiksilver International Chairman Harry Hodge and Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) President Wayne Bartholomew today signed a two year license for the continuation of the Quiksilver Masters World Championship through 2005. The license also offers a two year option that could see the event through to 2007. Both Hodge and Bartholomew are in Makaha, Hawaii, for this year's Quiksilver Masters and made the most of a competition lay day to sign on the future of the event.
Surfing - 20 Aug 2002
The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) has signed a crucial deal aligning themselves with the combined resources of International Management Group of America Pty Ltd (IMG) and their subsidiary television production company Trans World International (TWI).
Surfing - 08 Aug 2002
Elections were held for the International Surfing Association’s Executive Committee during the ISA’s Biennial General Meeting, this past May. This took place in conjunction with the Quiksilver ISA World Surfing Games 2002 in Durban, South Africa.
Surfing - 30 Jul 2002
The European Surfing Federation (ESF) is pleased to announce a partnership with Destination Marketing International (DMI) to create a development strategy and commercial rights programme for the sport in Europe over the next 3 years.
Surfing - 04 Oct 2001
In what undoubtedly was one of the most constructive, productive and united meetings in the history of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), the Board agreed to implement the following positive considerations, taking note of their global responsibilities in these extremely difficult and sensitive times - and being aware of the concerns expressed by all its members - Events, Surfers and Management.
Surfing - 20 Sep 2001
ASP today announced the cancellation of the European leg of the World Championship Tour (WCT). The decision was made after the American professional surfers agreed not to travel to Europe for the 30 day, three tournament World Tour leg.
Surfing - 21 Mar 2001
Quiksilver today announced a new surfing festival for women, the Roxy Surf Jam, which will be held on the tropical Fijian islands of Tavarua and Namotu in late April/early May this year.
Surfing - 12 Feb 2001
ASP Int'l, Australia (Friday, Feb 9, 2001) The Quiksilver Pro World Championship Tour (WCT) event scheduled to take place at G-Land (East Java, Indonesia) this coming May/June was cancelled today due to increasing social unrest in the region. In a necessary, though nonetheless unfortunate situation, the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), was forced to withdraw one of the premier surfing tournaments in 2001.
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