The Brazilian's aerials dominated the MEO Rip Curl Pro, while Finals Day losses by Medina and Wilson mean the title race is still on.
Gabriel Medina is still the man to beat, being chased by former Pipe Master Julian Wilson and fellow countryman Filipe Toledo.
With Neymar Jr. watching on, Gabriel Medina shows his superstar class.
A dream year for Marks hasn't quite ended just yet, but she's already picked up another accolade along the way.
The Gold Coast duo conquered tough conditions all event to win the inaugural Cape Naturaliste Pro QS1,000.
Final six heats of Round 2 completed as surfers fight for their CT spot.
Contenders deal with challenging conditions but all progress through to Round 3 on opening day of the MEO Rip Curl Pro.
Despite hectic conditions, the surfer from California comes out on top and skips to Round 3 at the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal.
The MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal will kick off tomorrow and all three Title contenders (Wilson, Medina and Toledo) have won this event before.
After notching his second victory of the season, Julian Wilson enters the World Title race with momentum and past results on his side.
As the MEO Rip Curl Pro heads to his backyard, Portuguese stalwart Nic von Rupp breaks down the most dangerous surfers in the draw.
Surprising and stoking out groms at the Surf Ranch Pro.
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The young Aussie duo take out the inaugural Mandurah Pro QS1,000
Callinan impresses, Medina takes the Jeep Leader jersey and Wilson takes to the sky on Finals Day at the Quik Pro.
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Congratulations, Julian Wilson
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