Association of Surfing Professionals

Association of Surfing Professionals

Association of Surfing Professionals

La Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) (en español Asociación de Surfistas Profesionales) es la organización que regula y se encarga de la celebración del ASP World Tour, los Campeonatos del Mundo de Surf. Forma parte de la ISA (International Surfing Association).

La organización se creó en 1976 y desde entonces hasta ahora celebra cada año los campeonatos. Incluye seis campeonatos profesionales cada año: WCT (World Championship Tour), los WQS (World Qualifying Series), los WLT (World Longboard Championships), los WJC (World Junior Championships), los WMC, y Eventos Especiales.

Oficinas en el mundo

La ASP cuenta con siete sedes en todo el mundo:

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