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program : Owen Wright wins
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The Quiksilver Pro New York is the 6th of a total of 11 ASP elite level events that will determine the 2011 world surfing champion.
Quiksilver sponsors 3 of the 11 events worldwide.
# 1 Gold Coast, Australia – February 26-March 9 – QUIKSILVER PRO won by Kelly Slater (USA)
# 2 Bell's Beach, Australia – April 19-20 won by Joel Parkinson (Australia)
# 3 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – May 11-22 won by Adriano de Souza (Brazil)
# 4 Jeffrey's Bay, South Africa – July 14-24 won by Jordy Smith (South Africa)
# 5 Teahupoo, Tahiti – August 20-31
# 6 Long Island, New York – September 4-15 – QUIKSILVER PRO
# 7 Trestles, Southern California – September 18-24
# 8 South-west coast of France – October 4-13 – QUIKSILVER PRO
# 9 Peniche, Portugal – October 15-24
# 10 San Francisco, California – November 1-12
# 11 Pipeline, Hawaii – December 8-20
Come the end of the 2011 season in Hawaii, each surfer counts his best 8 event results and the surfer with the most ratings points accumulated from those events will be deemed the world champion. But the world title isn't the only thing on the line; the Quiksilver Pro New York signals the transition point in the year where some of the lower ranked men on the World Tour are replaced by highly ranked surfers on the World Ranking system that rates up-and-coming surfers who are pushing to qualify for the elite World Tour through a second tier of events. The pressure will be intense to make the cut at the Quiksilver Pro New York.