2002 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 5-March 17 Gold Coast  Australia Quiksilver Pro  Joel Parkinson (AUS)  Cory Lopez (USA) Report
March 6-April 7 Bells Beach  Australia Rip Curl Pro  Andy Irons (HAW)  Sunny Garcia (HAW) Report
May 7-May 18 Teahupoo, Tahiti  French Polynesia Billabong Pro  Andy Irons (HAW)  Luke Egan (AUS) Report
May 26-June 7 Tavarua  Fiji Quiksiver Pro  Michael Lowe (AUS)  Shea Lopez (USA) Report
July 16-July 22 Jeffreys Bay  South Africa Billabong Pro  Mick Fanning (AUS)  Michael Lowe (AUS) Report
September 6-September 14 Trestles  United States Boost Mobile Pro  Luke Egan (AUS)  Michael Campbell (AUS) Report
September 17-September 24 Figueira Da Foz  Portugal Figueira Pro Event Incomplete Report
September 26-October 8 Hossegor  France Quiksilver Pro  Neco Padaratz (BRA)  Andy Irons (HAW) Report
October 9-October 21 Mundaka  Spain Billabong Pro  Andy Irons (HAW)  Neco Padaratz (BRA) Report
October 24-November 9 Saquarema  Brazil Mundial Coca-Cola De Surf  Taj Burrow (AUS)  Mick Fanning (AUS) Report
November 24-December 7 Sunset Beach, Hawaii  United States Rip Curl Cup  Joel Parkinson (AUS)  Lee Winkler (AUS) Report
December 8-December 20 Pipeline, Hawaii  United States X-Box Pipeline Masters  Andy Irons (HAW)  Shane Dorian (HAW) Report

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Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 Andy Irons  Hawaii 8,102
2 Joel Parkinson  Australia 6,556
3 Luke Egan  Australia 6,396
4 Taj Burrow  Australia 6,198
5 Mick Fanning  Australia 5,944
6 Michael Lowe  Australia 5,824
7 Kieren Perrow  Australia 5,690
8 Daniel Wills  Australia 5,674
9 Kelly Slater  United States 5,576
10 Mark Occhilupo  Australia 5,564

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Women's World Tour[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Location Country Event Winner Runner-up Ref
March 18-March 24 Gold Coast  Australia Roxy Pro Gold Coast  Lynette MacKenzie (AUS)  Jacqueline Silva (BRA) Report
April 27-May 4 Tavarua  Fiji Roxy Pro Fiji  Melanie Redman-Carr (AUS)  Heather Clark (RSA) Report
May 7-May 18 Teahupoo, Tahiti  French Polynesia Billabong Pro Tahiti  Keala Kennelly (HAW)  Layne Beachley (AUS) Report
September 17-September 24 Figueira Da Foz  Portugal Figueira Pro  Megan Abubo (HAW)  Samantha Cornish (AUS) Report
September 26-October 8 South West Coast  France Roxy Pro  Layne Beachley (AUS)  Sofia Mulanovich (PER) Report
December 8-December 20 Honolua Bay, Hawaii  United States Billabong Pro  Jacqueline Silva (BRA)  Pauline Menczer (AUS) Report

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Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 Layne Beachley  Australia 3,200
2 Jacqueline Silva  Brazil 2,870
3 Melanie Redman-Carr  Australia 2,860
4 Keala Kennelly  Hawaii 2,690
5 Lynette MacKenzie  Australia 2,680
6 Heather Clark  South Africa 2,500
7 Rochelle Ballard  Hawaii 2,490
8 Chelsea Georgeson  Australia 2,470
9 Megan Abubo  Hawaii 2,200
10 Samantha Cornish  Australia 2,170

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Other Years[edit]

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