Volcom Pipeline Pro

Pipeline is the Mecca of the surfing world, and it is at this legendary location that we are proud to announce Volcom's first ever ASP event: The Volcom Pipeline Pro, a WQS 5-star event running with a waiting period from January 23rd - February 5th, 2010.


With the waiting period kicking off this week, you won't want to miss a second of the event, available to view LIVE worldwide. Along with our free high quality live-streaming webcast, the entire Volcom Pipeline Pro will be broadcast throughout the state of Hawai'i on Oceanic Time Warner Cable channel 250.

The final will also be televised on Fuel TV throughout the United States, Australia and Portugal.

The Volcom Pipeline Pro website will also have a daily video and photo blog each day of the waiting period, along with a live streaming HD Pipe cam courtesy of Surfline.com. You'll also be able to watch recaps of every heat with our heats on demand video feature.

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Mick Fanning

In a major coup for Australian surfing, Breaka Flavoured Milk has announced that reigning World Champion Mick Fanning will headline February’s Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) 4-Star, US$85,000 Breaka Burleigh Surf Pro.

In equally exciting news, 1999 World Champion Mark “Occy” Occhilupo has announced he will be coming out of retirement and returning to the professional arena for the Breaka Burleigh Surf Pro.

Occhilupo’s entry into the event marks a comeback for the legendary goofy-footer (right foot forward stance) who officially retired from the sport in 2007.

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Luis Vindas

In a contest that saw talent dominating yesterday, the prevailing leader Jaco’s Luis Vindas because the first winner of the LimeCoral Classic which had its debut in the waves of Palo Seco de Parrita. In this tournament’s final were four athletes who did not compete in the first date of the Circuito Nacional de Surf DayStar in Jaco, but indeed were favorites in Esterillos.

That final battle with Vindas included Carlos Muñoz of Esterillos (8.86)—the current Open, Junior and Boys champion—Jason Torres of Jaco (10.67) and Isaac Vega of Tamarindo (11.77), the latter of which returned to the end of the Open after several seasons.

The series was carried out near 2 p.m. in high tide with more public than Saturday—800 people—in front of the facilities of Aparta-Hotel La Isla, with waves of 5 and 6 feet (2.5 meters) in height with aerial attacks from all the finalists.

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