A three-year sponsorship of the men's and women's Championship Tour event has been formalized.
Follow along as surfing's all-time greatest, 11x World Champion Kelly Slater, goes in pursuit of No. 12.
Dorrington overcomes Indonesian prodigy Rio Waida in the final of the 2017 Komune Bali Pro pres. by The Mad Hueys.
A plan to bury long-term radioactive waste yards from California's iconic surfing playground is begging for your attention.
In form and at home, the Brazilian just may be the man to beat at the Oi Rio Pro.
The ceaseless photo journalist talks through his favorite frames from the 2017 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
A previous Big Wave Award for a Jaws barrel, and a Jaws contest victory see Paige as one of the best female big wave surfers in the world.
Here's who's hot and who's not as the Championship Tour heads to Brazil.
Competition launches in bumpy surf and completes 24 heats on Day 2 of the waiting period in Portugal.
The Oi Rio Women's Pro will be pivotal in shaping what looks to be the closest, and hardest fought, title race in years.
Taj Burrow, Mikey Wright, Pepen Hendrik and Jack Robinson were on fire at pumping Keramas.
No glory over the three events, but these surfers' efforts deserve some attention.
John John's younger brother takes off deep, and disastrously, during a particularly unruly session at Maverick's in January.
Your inside glimpse of what was really happening at the Rip Curl Pro.
Adin Masencamp and Kayla Nogueira, meanwhile, won the Junior events.
Keramas kicks it up a gear on Day 2 of competition.
A handful of interesting subplots are evolving after Stop No. 3 of the Championship Tour.
A huge push and relentless traveling from this North Shore charger have put him in contention for this prestigious award.
Zubizarreta claims his second win in less than two weeks, while Henrique nabbed her first-ever major win.
The battle for this year's Title at Bells Beach was one of the most hard fought in 50-plus years of Rip Curl Pro history. See for yourself.
The QS1,000 event opened with solid conditions and a frothing field of competitors, from Taj Burrow to Dean Morrison.
The current Big Wave World Champion has been busy.
The 2016 Rookie of the Year breaks out at Bells with his first Championship Tour Final.
With his powerful brand of surfing and genuine aloha spirit Zeke Lau is a welcome addition to the Championship Tour.
It's been a rough start for the Tour's newbies in 2017, but they managed to make some serious noise at the Rip Curl Pro.
The former World Champ doesn't own any record setting stats at Bells, but he's still one of the best.
A rarely used interference call caused an uproar during the Quarterfinals. Then something even more rare happened: it was overturned.
Courtney Conlogue's path to a repeat victory at the Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells Beach reveals the heart of a champion.
The South African is right back in the World Title race after clinching his first-ever win at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
The 2016 Rookie of the Year just raised his winning record against the reigning World Champ to 3-1 in head-to-head matches.
After more than a decade of trying, the South African big man edges Brazlian Caio Ibelli to get his first win at Bells.
He was the last rookie to qualify for the Championship Tour in 2017, but now he's the first one to crack the Semifinals.
New generation of surfers tear apart the Zarautz lineup to post huge scores on opening day of 2017 Pro Zarautz.
You want to do well at Bells Beach? Well you better bring your power game.
The Brazilian's bright colors and spontaneous movements make him a fun one to watch, but he's a big danger to his opponents.
A humble fisherman from Lisbon, Vau is not shy when it comes to riding the big ones, like this solid Nazaré left.
With back-to-back 18-point performances the South African big man is one to watch at Bells.
The Californian digs her way out of trouble time and again to nab her second-straight Rip Curl Pro.
The man with the smoothest style in surfing grooves his way to a Round Three win.
The women's competition is complete after a gem of a day at the Rip Curl Pro. And men's superheats are set after a stunning Round Three.
With Sally Fitzgibbons' Quarterfinal loss, Steph Gilmore takes a commanding lead of the Jeep ratings leaderboard
Carissa Moore continues to surf well enough to win, yet finds new ways to lose.
The QS heads to one of Indo's longest lefts.
The Hawaiian wins his second Qualifying Series event of the young season.
Two former Championship Tour competitors battled it out for the final, but it was Bevilacqua who emerged victorious.
John John Florence earned a 9.03 in the closing moments of his Round One heat to retake the lead for good.
Courtney Conlogue dug deep in a heroic comeback win over World Champ Tyler Wright.
Nazaré Challenge winner Jamie Mitchell and a wild, grab-rail drop that had the crowds screaming and the commentators whooping.
Something had to give in this much anticipated Round Three clash between two of Bells greatest.
The Hawaiian rookie railed his way to victory over Conner Coffin in Round Two.
Congratulations Jordy Smith!
Congratulations, Courtney Conlogue!
Congratulations Brent Dorrington
Finished for Day, Next Call
Apr 28, 2017 8:00am WEST
Local Time: Apr 28, 2017 8:00am WEST
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