The best emerging talent from Australia/Oceania took to the famed Bells Beach lineup.
The 2017 Subway Surf Series ushers in the start of a very competitive Australian Junior Qualifying Series.
The faces, places and moments that made the final battle of 2016.
A look back at eight things we learned in Kiama, NSW, Australia.
The Australian powerhouses make it a clean sweep in Kiama, New South Wales.
With her precise backhand attack she earned a huge Quarterfinal win -- and eventually the event title -- at the World Junior Championship.
The Australian makes a statement against Jordy Maree in the Quarterfinals of the World Junior Championship.
The San Clemente phenom puts Finn McGill against the ropes with a huge air in the Semifinals.
Experience pays off in the tricky conditions on tap at Bombo Beach.
Pressure rises as elimination rounds get underway at Bombo Beach in New South Wales.
Finn McGill, Noa Mizuno, Reef Heazlewood and Sandon Whittaker all progress into Round Three.
The Australian Junior Tour standout claims a huge Round Two win in tricky conditions at Bombo Beach.
The South American goofyfooters exchange blows during Round Two at the World Junior Championship.
The Hawaiian lights up Bombo Beach on his backhand for a big win in Round Two.
After a less-than-stellar Round One heat at the World Junior Championship, the top-ranked North American Junior surfer finds his form.
The Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour rookie has something to prove at Kiama.
The world's best juniors set fire to the Bombo lineup in Kiama, NSW, as the battles for the 2016 championship begin.
The San Clemente native dominates at World Junior Championship during Round One.
2016 European Junior Champs' Bonvalot and Boyer lead a strong crew of six surfers to the big junior finale in Kiama.
Kei Kobayashi, Jake Marshall and Che Allan will also represent North America Down Under.
After dominating the Australasia JQS, Macy Callaghan and Ethan Ewing set their sights on the World Junior Championship in Kiama.
With some last-minute heroics Leilani McGonagle and Alyssa Spencer claim North America's top Women's Pro Junior spots for 2016.
The 18-year-old San Clemente native has been a clear standout in the Hawaiian Pro.
The Costa Rican earned her first-ever WSL Junior Tour win -- and a spot into World Junior Championship along with it.
A massive victory from Allan earned him a spot into the World Junior Championship and the first male Bajan to claim a Soup Bowl Pro Junior
The hometown hero Tyler Gunter (USA) earned his first-ever win on the WSL Junior Tour at the RVCA Pro Junior in front of his local crowd.
The WJC heads to the rugged New South Wales South Coast town of Kiama in January of 2017.
The 14-year-old phenom capped another massive win in her illustrious career, as the first junior to go back-to-back at Huntington Beach.
The 17-year-old Australian has been firing warning shots all year, but those days are over. He's all about inflicting damage now.
The Long Beach, California native is now sitting atop the North America Junior Tour rankings.
Canary Island native Luis Diaz (CNY) emerged victorious over an international fielded Final.
The Australian phenom is enjoying his coming out party at the Vans US Open of Surfing.
The Australian wunderkind started strong in the QS10,000 at HB.
En tanto los peruanos Alonso Correa, Leilani Aguirre y María Fernanda Reyes fueron terceros.
Inside the mind of San Diego's up-and-coming young star.
Ripping through a stacked field, the Californian earned a massive win on his last wave of the final.
He's grabbed four Junior Tour wins in 2016. Now this 17-year-old Australian is rocking the QS. You've been warned.
Surfers Blow-Up in Perfect Conditions at Africa's Own Trestles
The QS event champions were crowned in a fading swell.
Weather spoils a beautiful second day in Espinho with foggy interludes, while action continues at Junior Pro Espinho.
European JQS tour lands in Portugal for Stop N°3 of the regional series.
The Australian surfer took down an international final at the Los Cabos Open of Surf in fun conditions at Zippers.
Scoring a near-perfect Final, Kei Kobayashi (USA) had the field in a combination situation when the final horn sounded.
Putting on an incredible showcase of surfing from the first round all the way through to the Final, Alyssa Spencer (USA) wins Junior Pro.
Titouan Boyer and Ariane Ochoa win in Biscarrosse and both get in a tie for the region's top JQS rankings spot.
The Subway Surf Series heads to Phillip Island in Victoria for stop four.
Ethan Ewing and India Robinson take out the fourth stop of the Subway Surf Series at Woollamai Beach, Phillip Island.
So far she's won two Junior events and one QS this season, and she's only 15. It's time to meet Macy Callaghan.
Kehu Butler and Macy Callaghan find victory at the final stop on the 2016 Australasia JQS, the Subway Surf Series Cronulla.
The opening event of the Subway Surf Series has been taken out by Kael Walsh and Macy Callaghan
Next Call @
Jan 22, 2017 7:30am HST
Local Time: Jan 22, 2017 7:30am HST
Round 5 - Heat 2
OFF for day, Next Call
Jan 22, 2017 7:45am IST
Local Time: Jan 22, 2017 7:45am IST
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