NIXON WTA TO COMMENCE DURING TRIPLE CROWN OF SURFING
The Nixon WTA is a winner-takes-all event which awards custom, limited edition Nixon timepieces for accomplishments made in the water that are unique to four stops along the ASP World Tour. Earlier in the year, Nixon WTA titles and watches were awarded to Josh Kerr for "Biggest Air" in Rio de Janeiro, Jordy Smith for "Highest Heat Score" in Jefferys Bay, and Jeremy Flores for "Heaviest Wave" in Teahupoo.
Commencing on the North Shore of Oahu, The Nixon WTA and overall Triple Crown of Surfing winner will take home bragging rights and a custom one-of-a-kind black ceramic automatic Nixon 51-30 watch. This Swiss made mechanical timepiece is adorned with 50 black diamonds on the bezel, six black sapphires, 95 black diamond accents, as well as a Hawaiian flag on the dial. The one-of-a-kind watch is customized with an engraved caseback of the Nixon WTA logo, an etched Hawaiian flag complimenting the sidewall of the case, and is valued at over $10,000 USD.
Defending his claim to the Nixon WTA and overall Triple Crown title this year is three-time event winner (2008, 2009, 2010), Joel Parkinson.
Video content of each of the Nixon WTA Triple Crown contenders will be available to watch at: triplecrownofsurfing.com
About the Nixon WTA:
Now in its fifth consecutive year, The Nixon WTA is a winner-takes-all event which awards custom, limited edition Nixon timepieces at four stops along the ASP World Tour. The four WTA challenges include: biggest air in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in May, the highest heat score in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, in July; heaviest wave at Teahupoo, Tahiti, in August; and the overall Triple Crown winner on the North Shore of Oahu in December. The WTA celebrates an achievement in the contest that may have otherwise gone forgotten. The WTA makes sure to capture and reward a special moment in the event that usually coincides with the events best conditions.