Features IMG_6382_1

Published on June 12th, 2013 | by curlmag

0

Five Reasons the Women’s Tour Should Finish in Hawaii

A few weeks ago The Inertia sat down with Coco Ho and asked her to share her thoughts on a wide variety of topics, one being the ASP Women’s World Tour and when, if, and why it should finish up in Hawaii. Here’s what she had to say:

Coco Ho Photo: Lynne Dickinson

At the end of the day, the ASP Women’s World Tour  needs events in better waves, and that’s what the ASP’s new CEO, Paul Speaker, says he plans to accomplish. We don’t care if we have just seven events, if they’re all in perfect waves. The better the waves are, the better the results will be for women’s surfing. As for the Women’s Tour finishing up in Hawaii, here are five reasons I think women’s surfing needs to finish in Hawaii.

1. Surfing originated in Hawaii. It only makes sense. It’s essentially our state’s identity, and among the best features we have to offer. Hawaii is surfing.

2. It’s got the best waves, period.

3. Hawaii has a lot of world champions; so it’s a great showcase that proves why they came from Hawaii.

4. The women deserve serious waves. We deserve the challenge and the opportunity to show our level of surfing; few places provide that opportunity as effectively as Hawaii does.

5. If the guys finish in Hawaii, then it’s only right that we do too.


by Coco Ho

‘This first appeared on www.theinertia.com




Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Back to Top ↑
  • Facebook

    Twitter


    Newsletter

  •  

  • Curl Magazine

  • Twitter


  • Pacific Media Shop


    Pacific Media has been leading the way in quality magazines for over 20 years.

    It’s been our on-going and relentless commitment to quality in all areas that has been the foundation of our success. We take a pride in being innovative and aggressive, about being leaders not followers and an commitment to excellent at every aspect; editorial, design, imagery and web.

    We bring together the best and make them shine. At Pacific Media we are also proud that we are kiwi made and our publications are printed here in NZ not in Asia.