Lay Day Called for ASP 4-Star HIC Pro

[ 0 ] October 30, 2012 |

HONOLULU, Oahu/Hawaii (Monday, Oct. 29, 2012) – The holding period for the $95,000 HIC Pro presented by Vans officially starts today, but organizers will wait until the next round of swell later in the week for competition to commence. Waves at Sunset Beach are only in the waist- to head-high range today.

The HIC Pro holding period extends through to November 10 and the event requires just four full days of competition. The heat draw for HIC Pro can be found here on the aspworldtour schedule.

The next official update will be issued when competition starts. In the interim, more information can be found at

The HIC Pro is a 4-star men’s ASP rated event, and the final star-rated event of the year. It is a local qualifier for the $1M Vans Triple Crown of Surfing that commences November 12 through December 20.

The HIC PRO will be webcast live at, and broadcast on Oceanic Time Warner Cable in Hawaii and on the US West Coast:
Hawaii: Channels 250 & 1250HD – depending upon Coldwater Classic World Tour event broadcast priority. Full live coverage from 10/29/12 – 11/2/12, and tape delay coverage from 11/2/12 through 11/10/12.
Los Angeles, San Diego, Desert Cities: delayed broadcast, sunday, 12/2/12
Delayed broadcast on Time Warner Cable SportsNet (check local listings)


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