ASP Europe live streaming programs

ASP Europe live streaming programs
February 9, 2008 Kaja Cencelj

ASP Europe Launches New Website For 2008

It’s brand new, it’s clearer, easy to use and will once again be a must for the 2008 season. In association with ASP International, this website launch reflects a new dyniamic strategy for ASP Europe in regards to media and press relations.

The idea? To keep you up-to-date with every performance, result, behind-the-scenes news from our Europeans who travel the world to gain points and dollars, and catch-up with the brand new Euro elite team ready to rumble on the ASP World Tour.

From newcomers on the Pro Junior circuits to leading top 45 surfers including all WQS soldiers, Europe has come to a turning point in its surfing history, and it was natural for ASP Europe to give you a redesigned, more accessible “gateway” to the sport of surfing.

With Europe remaining the biggest surfing region in the world with not less than 30 events of professional surfing in 2008 including all divisions, the new website will give surfing fans a direct access to multiple galleries of digital pictures, videos, and news all year long about the best european surfers around the world.

Ready to upgrade to new media formats with reactivity, the new website will offer direct links to all events and high quality LIVE STREAMING programs, pursuing the development and the growth of the sport. The new is your open door on all the action from surfing’s leading region!

About ASP
The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) is the governing body of professional surfing. Crowning surfing’s undisputed world champions since 1976, the ASP sanctions the following tours: the Foster’s ASP World Tour, the ASP Women’s World Tour, the World Qualifying Series (WQS) and the World Longboarding, Junior and Masters Championships. The ASP is dedicated to showcasing the world's best surfing talent in a variety of progressive formats and has revolutionized the way the world watches surfing via their webcasts. The organization is divided into seven different regions: Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, Hawaii, North America, and South

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