Sally's currently ranked #2 in the world behind Carissa Moore and Biarritz is key in deciding their ASP fates!
“It's been an exciting season for me so far,” Fitzgibbbons said. “I feel that everything seemed to click into place and I was able to draw off past experience to take my performance and results to the next level. My firsttwo wins on the World Tour stage definitely created that hunger to want to finish on the podium every time. I have the desire to want to continue bettering my performances but I have been enjoying just absorbing all the places we are travelling to also. I have such a great support team as well and they are helping to do everything possible so I just have to go out and surf.”
“It's been great being in the title race for the second year running,” Fitzgibbons said. “I think this time around I know what to expect. I don't mind being the position I am in and chasing down the lead. Anything is possible and I can't wait to see how it unfolds. Carissa has been in great form too which will make for an exciting finish to the season.”
Starting July 11, the ASP Women’s World title event of the Roxy Pro Biarritz will be mobile having the option to move to the near-by consistent beach of la Grande Plage allowing flexibility towards the most wave quality on offer.
Starting in a week and gathering the ASP’s elite female surfers in both longboard and shortboard divisions, the Roxy Pro Biarritz could see the crowning of the ASP Women’s World Champion, between July 11 and 17.