2000 ASP World Tour

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The ASP World Tour is a professional competitive surfing league. It is run by the Association of Surfing Professionals.

Men's World Tour[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Location Country Event Winner Runner-up Ref
March 9-March 19 Gold Coast  Australia Billabong Pro  Sunny Garcia (HAW)  Jake Paterson (AUS) Report
April 18-April 28 Bells Beach  Australia Rip Curl Pro  Sunny Garcia (HAW)  Flávio Padaratz (BRA) Report
May 9-May 18 Teahupoo, Tahiti  French Polynesia Gotcha Pro Tahiti  Kelly Slater (USA)  Shane Dorian (HAW) Report
May 23-June 2 Tavarua  Fiji Quiksilver Pro  Luke Egan (AUS)  Guilherme Herdy (BRA) Report
June 28-July 9 Jeffreys Bay  South Africa Billabong Pro  Jake Paterson (AUS)  Peterson Rosa (BRA) Report
July 19-July 23 Huntington Beach  United States Bluetorch Pro  Michael Campbell (AUS)  Sunny Garcia (HAW) Report
August 15-August 21 Lacanau  France T & C Lacanau Pro  Rob Machado (USA)  Armando Daltro (BRA) Report
August 22-August 28 Hossegor  France Rip Curl Pro  C.J. Hobgood (USA)  Luke Egan (AUS) Report
August 30-September 9 Mundaka  Spain Billabong Pro  Shane Dorian (HAW)  Mark Occhilupo (AUS) Report
September 12-September 17 Figueira Da Foz  Portugal Figueira Pro  Rob Machado (USA)  Taj Burrow (AUS) Report
September 26-September 30 Trestles  United States Billabong Pro  Andy Irons (HAW)  Jake Paterson (AUS) Report
October 18-October 22 Rio De Janeiro  Brazil Rio Surf International  Kalani Robb (HAW)  Taj Burrow (AUS) Report
December 8-December 21 Pipeline, Hawaii  United States Mountain Dew Pipeline Masters  Rob Machado (USA)  Michael Lowe (AUS) Report

Source

Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 Sunny Garcia  Hawaii 7,270
2 Luke Egan  Australia 6,300
3 Rob Machado  United States 6,210
4 Shane Dorian  Hawaii 6,090
5 Jake Paterson  Australia 6,050
6 Taj Burrow  Australia 5,790
7 C.J. Hobgood  United States 5,660
8 Michael Campbell  Australia 5,630
9 Kalani Robb  Hawaii 5,540
10 Flávio Padaratz  Brazil 5,510

Source

Women's World Tour[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Location Country Event Winner Runner-up Ref
March 9-March 19 Gold Coast  Australia Billabong Pro  Layne Beachley (AUS)  Lisa Andersen (USA) Report
April 18-April 24 Bells Beach  Australia Sunsmart Classic  Megan Abubo (HAW)  Rochelle Ballard (HAW) Report
May 9-May 18 Teahupoo, Tahiti  French Polynesia Gallaz Women's Pro  Keala Kennelly (HAW)  Serena Brooke (AUS) Report
June 28-July 9 Jeffreys Bay  South Africa Billabong/MSF Pro  Megan Abubo (HAW)  Trudy Todd (AUS) Report
July 19-July 23 Huntington Beach  United States Elleven Pro Women's  Layne Beachley (AUS)  Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) Report
August 22-August 28 Hossegor  France Rip Curl Pro  Layne Beachley (AUS)  Serena Brooke (AUS) Report
August 30-September 9 Anglet  France Billabong Pro  Lisa Andersen (AUS)  Layne Beachley (AUS) Report
November 6 Honolua Bay, Hawaii  United States Billabong Girls Pro  Neridah Falconer (AUS)  Kate Skarratt (AUS) Report
November 24-December 7 Sunset Beach, Hawaii  United States Quiksilver Roxy Pro  Layne Beachley (AUS)  Keala Kennelly (HAW) Report

Source

Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 Layne Beachley  Australia 5,730
2 Megan Abubo  Hawaii 4,310
3 Serena Brooke  Australia 3,770
4 Maria Tita Tavares  Brazil 3,740
5 Lisa Andersen  United States 3,730
6 Melanie Redman-Carr  Australia 3,645
7 Heather Clark  South Africa 3,570
8 Keala Kennelly  Hawaii 3,410
9 Rochelle Ballard  Hawaii 3,325
10 Kate Skarratt  Australia 3,260

Source

Other Years[edit]

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