There's a lot at stake for the world's best women in Brazil, but these women might have more on the line than the rest.
The Californian is hoping to put her progressive attack to work in Brazil.
The Oi Rio Women's Pro will be pivotal in shaping what looks to be the closest, and hardest fought, title race in years.
The forecast is looking promising for the revered righthander, with Round One set to start today.
Tyler Wright follows big brother Owen's lead, while Lakey Peterson redefines women's pro surfing potential in Round Two.
Before the Roxy Pro France kicks off, soak up a few key facts on where they stand -- by the stats, of course.
After her amazing 3rd place finish in Fiji, the Hawaiian has been awarded a wildcard slot for Lower Trestles.
Get to know the wave where the world's best will battle at the Hurley Pro and Swatch Pro. Featuring local shaper Matt "Mayhem" Biolos.
Big sighs of relief at Huntington Beach as four quarterfinalists emerge, with one big surprise.
Six months after breaking her ankle, the SoCal native made her 2016 season debut Monday at Huntington Beach.
Lakey Peterson vs. Courtney Conlogue
Tyler Wright vs. Lakey Peterson vs. Sage Erickson
The Californian pulled further ahead of Silvana Lima with this wave in their sudden-death heat in Fiji.