Lei Day At Volcom Pipeline Pro; Drop In Swell, Promise Of Better To Come
Pipeline, North Shore, Oahu, HI – (Jan. 25, 2010) – Nice conditions but smaller surf have prompted the Volcom Pipeline Pro to hold off on competition today.
Requiring just three days to run to completion, the forecasts look very promising for a return to serious surf at Pipe within the next 48 hours. The event has 11 days remaining in the holding period.
To catch up on the latest event news, hit the official live site at www.volcompipelinepro.com.
This is Volcom’s first ever ASP event and is a critical component of the 2010 ASP Hawaii season, offering valuable points towards World Tour qualification, as well as wildcard berths into the December Pipeline Masters.
Volcom has always been dedicated to Hawaii – from supporting a team of world-class Hawaiian athletes and ambassadors, to giving back to the community through local charitable events, sponsorships and organizations. The Volcom Pipeline Pro is Volcom’s next step in their commitment to Hawaii.
Join the event on the beach, via live webcast, also live in Hawaii on Oceanic Time Warner cable 250 or 1250. FUEL TV will also air a 30-minute wrap up show in America, Australia and Portugal at the conclusion of the event – details to be announced shortly.
Mahalo also to TransWorld SURF and Electric for helping to bring this event to life.