Billabong Pro Maui off for today

With no surf to speak of yet again at Honolua Bay, event organizers have called the Billabong Pro Maui off for the day and will begin exploring contingency options.

Round Table.  Copyright: ASP Cestari / Covered ImagesThe final stop of the 2008 ASP Women’s World Tour, the Billabong Pro Maui has completed the opening three rounds of competition and will resume with the Quarterfinals when the event recommences.

“No surf on offer today and it’s not looking very promising through the remainder of the window,” Dino Andino, Billabong Pro Maui Contest Director, said. “The event staff and administrators are exploring every possible option to ensure that the Billabong Pro Maui finishes in the best possible conditions.”

The waiting period for the Billabong Pro Maui will run through December 20, 2008.

 

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