Friday, June 5, 2009

Online Pro Surfing Games linked to SriLankan Airlines Pro Maldives

With less than one week until the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) PRIME 6 star rated World Qualifying Series (WQS) 2009 SriLankan Airlines Pro begins in the magnificent Maldives Islands it's time online surf enthusiasts checked out and registered with the two online game linked to this event.

Go to the events official website at and follow the links to and to access these two online games.

Both games have detailed easy to follow instructions on how to play.

Like many sporting games, engages participants by choosing a team of surfers with points awarded according to performance while tackles the SriLankan Airlines Pro from an interactive wave riding perspective.

Play either or both and you'll at least feel a little bit like you are in paradise; picture and dream of the perfect peeling points, unbelievable 30 degree Celsius water temperatures, tropical climate where the temperature varies by barely a degree either side of 30 degrees and all set on the luxury Chaaya Island - Dhonveli.

Almost as good as being there in person, maybe!

An awesome field of 128 quality surfers from no less than 20 nations are now heading for the Maldives and expectations will be high that this year's event can begin where last years left off in perfect 2m surf at the famous Pasta Point.

Surfers will "warm-up" at Pasta Point on Dhonveli Island and they'll also sample the nearby perfection on offer at breaks like Sultans, Honkies, Lohefushi, Cokes and Chickens.

It's no wonder this event is a favourite with surfers on the ASP World Qualifying Tour as this is their equivalent of the Dream Tour.

SriLankan Airlines Pro 2009 is made possible thanks to the following sponsors: SriLankan Airlines, John Keells Group, Chaaya Island - Dhonveli, Atoll Travel, Atoll Adventures, Ocean & Earth International, Dhiraagu , Maldives Tourism & Promotions Board, ASP Australasia .

ASP Australasia as the event managers will deliver a quality live Webcast along with Television News Feeds, complimentary Digital Images for newspapers and websites, Web highlight packages and a dedicated 30 minute international television program.


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