2011 ASP World Tour

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The 2011 ASP World Tour was a professional competitive surfing league run by the Association of Surfing Professionals. Men and women competed in separate tours with events taking place from late February to mid-December, at various surfing locations around the world.

Surfers received points for their best events. The surfer with the most points at the end of the tour was announced the 2011 ASP surfing World Champion.

Men's World Tour[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Location Country Event Winner Runner-up Prize Money Ref
February 26–March 9 Gold Coast  Australia Quiksilver Pro  Kelly Slater (USA)  Taj Burrow (AUS) $425,000 Report
April 19–April 30 Bells Beach  Australia Rip Curl Pro  Joel Parkinson (AUS)  Mick Fanning (AUS) $425,000 Report
May 11–May 22 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil Billabong Rio Pro  Adriano De Souza (BRA)  Taj Burrow (AUS) $500,000 Report
July 14–July 24 Jeffreys Bay  South Africa Billabong Pro  Jordy Smith (RSA)  Mick Fanning (AUS) $425,000 Report
August 20–August 31 Teahupoo, Tahiti  French Polynesia Billabong Pro Teahupoo  Kelly Slater (USA)  Owen Wright (AUS) $425,000 Report
September 4–September 9 Long Island, New York  United States Quiksilver Pro New York  Owen Wright (AUS)  Kelly Slater (USA) $1,000,000 Report
September 18–September 21 Trestles, California  United States Hurley Pro  Kelly Slater (USA)  Owen Wright (AUS) $425,000 Report
October 4–October 12 South West Coast  France Quiksilver Pro France  Gabriel Medina (BRA)  Julian Wilson (AUS) $425,000 Report
October 15–October 18 Peniche  Portugal Rip Curl Pro  Adriano De Souza (BRA)  Kelly Slater (USA) $425,000 Report
November 1–November 7 San Francisco  United States Rip Curl Search  Gabriel Medina (BRA)  Joel Parkinson (AUS) $425,000 Report
December 8–December 10 Pipeline, Hawaii  United States Billabong Pipeline Masters  Kieren Perrow (AUS)  Joel Parkinson (AUS) $425,000 Report

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Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 Kelly Slater  United States 68,100
2 Joel Parkinson  Australia 56,100
3 Owen Wright  Australia 47,900
4 Taj Burrow  Australia 45,450
5 Adriano De Souza  Brazil 44,950
6 Michel Bourez  French Polynesia 38,650
7 Jordy Smith  South Africa 38,250
8 Josh Kerr  Australia 37,750
9 Julian Wilson  Australia 37,100
10 Alejo Muniz  Brazil 33,100

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Women's World Tour[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Date Location Country Event Winner Runner-up Prize Money Ref
February 26–March 9 Gold Coast  Australia Roxy Pro Gold Coast  Carissa Moore (HAW)  Tyler Wright (AUS) $110,000 Report
April 9–April 25 Bells Beach  Australia Rip Curl Women's Pro  Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS)  Carissa Moore (HAW) $110,000 Report
April 27–May 1 Taranaki  New Zealand Subaru Pro TSB Bank Women's Surf Festival  Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS)  Carissa Moore (HAW) $100,000 Report
May 3–May 8 Dee Why, New South Wales  Australia Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic  Carissa Moore (HAW)  Sofia Mulanovich (PER) $140,000 Report
May 12–May 16 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil Billabong Rio Pro  Carissa Moore (HAW)  Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) $120,000 Report
July 11–July 17 Biarritz  France Roxy Pro France  Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)  Carissa Moore (HAW) $110,000 Report
August 1–August 6 Huntington Beach  United States U.S. Open of Surfing  Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS)  Lakey Peterson (USA) $110,000 Report

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Final Standings[edit]

Rank Name Country Points
1 Carissa Moore Hawaii Hawaii 55,000
2 Sally Fitzgibbons  Australia 51,650
3 Stephanie Gilmore  Australia 40,550
4 Tyler Wright  Australia 34,620
5 Silvana Lima  Brazil 33,120
6 Coco Ho Hawaii Hawaii 33,000
7 Sofia Mulanovich  Peru 31,200
8 Courtney Conlogue  United States 30,400
9 Pauline Ado  France 26,825
10 Laura Enever  Australia 24,575

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Other Years[edit]

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