World Pro Surfers: sharing everything with you

World pro surfers have unveiled their new site. At worldprosurfers.com you will be able to get in touch with what the ASP professional riders are doing and where they are surfing.

"It brings the surfers' voice into one place," explains Kieren Perrow. The site has a "WPS Social Hub" that centralizes all the guys' Facebook, Twitter, personal sites, Vimeo and Youtube pages into a live feed that allows the fans to click and interact with their heroes.

"There's a constant stream of info from all the live feeds, and it's a great launch pad for the fans to then check out all our personal pages as new material comes in", says two-time World Champ Mick Fanning. "If it's out there, it's in here".

The newest voice of the World Tour surfers is a group voice. Worldprosurfers.com features a built-in translation option, allowing all the information to be read in over 70 languages.

The World Professional Surfers (WPS) was formed in 2001 to safeguard the surfers' interests both during and after their surfing careers.

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