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SEIGNOSSE, France (Thursday, August 28, 2008) – The opening day of the Rip Curl Pro Mademoiselle, event No. 3 on the 2008 ASP Women’s World Tour, was treated to a full day of action, with the first three rounds of competition completed in improving three-to-four foot (1.5 metre) waves at Les Bourdaines in the Southwest of France.
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SEIGNOSSE, France (Thursday, August 28, 2008) Round 1 of the Rip Curl Pro Mademoiselle is set to begin at 11:45am in clean two-to-three foot (1 metre) waves at Les Bourdaines.
SEIGNOSSE, France (Wednesday, August 27, 2008)- Lee Ann Curren (Biarritz, FRA), 19, claimed the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Grade-2 Rip Curl Pro Junior Mademoiselle today at Les Bourdaines in Seignosse.
COOLANGATTA, Australia (Thursday, August 28, 2008) The upcoming Boost Mobile Pro presented by Hurley may be the closest thing eight-time ASP World Champion and ratings leader Kelly Slater (USA) has to a home court advantage on the ASP World Tour.
ERICEIRA, Portugal (Wednesday, August 27, 2008) The expected excellent swell made its way to Ericeira for Day 2 of the Buondi Billabong Pro Portugal and Day 2 saw some of the bext conditions of the year give all Round 2 competitors some great scoring potential. Some four to six foot (1.2 to 2 meter) waves broke all day over the reef of Ribeira d'Ilhas and athletes put on a show of powerful carving surfing and serious comitment to take advantage of the 100-meter rides on offer.
SEIGNOSSE, France (Wednesday, August 27, 2008) The Rip Curl Pro Mademoiselle, event No. 3 of 8 on the 2008 ASP Women's World Tour, begins its waiting period tomorrow and projected swell reports are calling for clean conditions with surf in the four-to-six foot (1 metre) range for the ASP Top 17 to sink their rails into.
SEIGNOSSE, France (Saturday, August 23, 2008) – Chris Davidson (AUS), 31, won the prestigious ASP WQS 6-Star Prime Rip Curl Pro pres. by Sprite today in clean three foot (one meter) waves at Les Bourdaines, main venue of the 2008 edition.
Chuck Inman and Tiffany Rabacal started surfing together in late 2006 and officially became a team in February 2007. Here's the story of how they became Tandem World Champs..