Event on hold due to stormy seas and strong winds. Next Call: Dec 10 at 7:30am HST.
Solid N swell on tap with breezy trade winds. Next Call: Dec 10 at 7:30am HST
The 2018 Pipe Masters is at hand and the race is on for the coveted Vans Triple Crown title as it barrels into the homestretch.
So what is the Pipe Invitational? Think of it as the local Trials for the Pipe Masters - featuring 32 of the best surfers from Hawaii.
See the surfers, new and returning, who have officially qualified for the 2019 Championship Tour through Qualifying Series points.
Congratulations Kirra Pinkerton and Mateus Herdy on taking out the 2018 Taiwan Open World Junior Championships.
Medina, Wilson and Toledo all have varying approaches when it comes to the upcoming World Title showdown but only one of them can win it.
The newly announced 2019 CT rookie slots in for John Florence as an event replacement.
Citing an ongoing injury, the 2x World Champ has officially withdrawn from the last event of the year and will be replaced by Seth Moniz.
... but points, raw passion and Pipe pedigree all point to him winning.
And while currently ranked No. 2 in the world his plan is to win the World Title, over Gabriel Medina and Filipe Toledo, at Pipeline.
Faced with doubts on his big wave abilities, the catlike Brazilian surfer has the raw ability and desire to prove he's capable.
The Surfline team lays out the need to know info about the famed Hawaiian surf break.
The Southern Californian Caps off a Stellar Competitive Season, Winning The Taiwan Open of Surfing WJC over Hawaii's Keala Tomoda-Bannert.
Set your lineup now!
After surfing in pain for six months, the Australian talks about pulling out of the Vans Triple Crown to recuperate from two bulging discs.
Eliminations are well underway at the World Junior Championships. Catch up on all the action coming out of Jinzun Harbour.
U2's "Red Flag Day" is cut to WSL footage for Al Gore's "24 Hours of Reality" streaming live starting December 3 at 6:00pm PST.
And the 2018/19 event window is already kicking off- running December 1 through February 28.
Working with Mark Visser, Lenny's big-wave training program is more accessible than you think.
The South African surfer bests veteran competitor Kai Sallas to win his first World Longboard Title in Jinzun Harbor, Taiwan.
The 17-year-old surfer from Malibu clinches her first Women's World Longboard Title at Jinzun Harbor, Taiwan.
Join Kalani Chapman and Strider Wasilewski at Ehukai Beach for a giant SUP experience!
Next Call @
Dec 10, 2018 7:30am HST
Congratulations Mateus Herdy
Congratulations, Ezekiel Lau
Congratulations Kirra Pinkerton
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