The ROXY Pro
The First Women's Contest of the VANS Triple Crown of Surfing
November 12 to November 25, 2001
G-Shock Hawaiian Pro
- Event: The Women's Roxy Pro is the only women's WQS contest in the
2001 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. It is a 6star, ASP sanctioned
event and the final WQS contest of the 2001 women's ASP World Tour.
Where: Aliıi Beach Park, Haleiwa.
When: Holding period November 12 to November 25, 2001. The event
requires two full days of competition and will be held on the days
when the surf is at its best, as determined by the contest director.
Defending Champion: None, this will be the first year of this event.
Prize Money: $25,000. First Place: $5,000
Surfers: The women's competition will feature 30 of the worldıs top
professional female surfers.
A men's $100,000, 6-star World Qualifying Series (WQS) competition.
This is the first men's event in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing and
the final WQS on the 2001 pro tour.
- Date: November 12 25 Location: Haleiwa's Alii Beach Park, O`ahu
- Defending Champ: Sunny Garcia (HI) First Place: $10,000
Rip Curl Cup
A $250,000 World Championship Tour (WCT) competition. This is the
27th annual World Cup of Surfing and the final WCT event of the 2001
ASP World Tour.
- Date: November 26 - December 7 Location: Sunset Beach, O`ahu
- Defending Champ: Sunny Garcia (HI) First Place: $30,000
The BILLABONG GIRLS
The 2nd and final Women's Event in the VANS Triple Crown of Surfing
November 25 to December 6, 2001
- Event: The Billabong Girls competition is the final womenıs World
Championship Tour (WCT) event on the 2001 Association of Surfing
Professionals Women's World Tour and the first of two women's events
in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.
Where: Honolua Bay, Maui.
When: Holding period November 25 to December 6, 2001. Competition is
held on one day within the 12-day waiting period when the surf is
deemed to be best, as determined by the contest director.
Defending Champion: Neridah Falconer (Australia)
Prize Money: $60,000.
First Place: $10,000
Surfers: The worldıs top 14 seeded ASP women will be joined by two
wildcard entries in the opening round.
XBOX Gerry Lopez Pipe Masters
The $150,000 final specialty event of 2001, adopts a "champions of
champions" format. This 31st annual event, which determines the Vans
Triple Crown Champion, is the longest running professional surfing
competition in the United States.
- Date: December 8 21 Location: Pipeline, North Shore, O`ahu.
- Defending Champ: Rob Machado (USA) First Place: $15,000
The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing is made possible through the proud
support of Vans, Mountain Dew, G-Shock, NBC Sports, PlayStation, Ford
Ranger, Rolling Stone, Fox Sports Net, Rip Curl, Quiksilver Roxy,
Billabong, Surfrider Foundation, the Association of Surfing
Professionals and the Hawaiian Visitors Bureau.
The Vans Triple Crown Series features the world's top athletes participating in premiere
venues throughout North America for the top prize purse in each of
seven Core Sports disciplines: Skateboarding, Snowboarding, BMX,
Surfing, Freestyle Motocross, Supercross and Wakeboarding.
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