2001 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. The 2001 ASP Men's World Tour was restricted to five contests and the 2001 ASP Women's World Tour was restricted to three contests, due to the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

Men's World Tour[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Location Country Event Winner Runner-up Ref
April 10-April 22 Bells Beach  Australia Rip Curl Pro  Mick Fanning (AUS)  Daniel Wills (AUS) Report
May 8-May 19 Teahupoo, Tahiti  French Polynesia Billabong Pro  Cory Lopez (USA)  C.J. Hobgood (USA) Report
June 27-July 5 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil Rio Surf International  Trent Munro (AUS)  Mark Occhilupo (AUS) Report
July 17-July 27 Jeffreys Bay  South Africa Billabong Pro  Jake Paterson (AUS)  Taylor Knox (USA) Report
November 26-December 7 Sunset Beach, Hawaii  United States Rip Curl Cup  Myles Padaca (HAW)  Michael Lowe (AUS) Report

Source

Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 C.J. Hobgood  United States 3,094
2 Mark Occhilupo  Australia 2,816
3 Cory Lopez  United States 2,780
4 Taylor Knox  Australia 2,744
5 Jake Paterson  Australia 2,688
5 Kalani Robb  Hawaii 2,688
7 Peterson Rosa  Brazil 2,566
8 Michael Lowe  Australia 2,520
9 Daniel Wills  Australia 2,512
10 Damien Hobgood  United States 2,436

Source

Women's World Tour[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Location Country Event Winner Runner-up Ref
April 28-May 5 Tavarua  Fiji Roxy Surf Jam  Megan Abubo (HAW)  Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS) Report
May 8-May 19 Teahupoo, Tahiti  French Polynesia Billabong Pro Tahiti  Layne Beachley (AUS)  Rochelle Ballard (HAW) Report
November 25-December 7 Honolua Bay, Hawaii  United States Billabong Pro  Neridah Falconer (AUS)  Pauline Menczer (AUS) Report

Source

Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 Layne Beachley  Australia 1,760
2 Melanie Redman-Carr  Australia 1,730
3 Neridah Falconer  Australia 1,600
4 Rochelle Ballard  Hawaii 1,570
5 Serena Brooke  Australia 1,550
5 Keala Kennelly  Hawaii 1,550
5 Heather Clark  South Africa 1,550
8 Megan Abubo  Hawaii 1,450
9 Maria Tita Tavares  Brazil 1,390
10 Pauline Menczer  Australia 1,260

Source

Other Years[edit]

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