Past winners and fresh faces ready to compete for 2017 victories.
After taking a beating from Championship Tour surfers in Round Two, the tables are turned in Round Three.
The final top seeds made their debut at Drill Hall Beach -- and phenomenal surfing ensued.
The 2017 edition returns with men's Qualifying Series (QS) and both men and women's Pro Junior events.
These incredibly talented surfers fell just short of making the Championship Tour. Here's how they're responding.
Only a few heats separate these American hopefuls from the 2017 Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour. Will they make it?
Massive surf filled the lineup for the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing competition
The now No. 6 QS ranked New Smryna Beach, Fla. native just earned 3,000 valuable points and his second-ever QS victory.
Florida's next best thing is making headway on the QS, and it has a lot to do with home.
The Vans Pro QS3000 and WRV Outer Banks Pro QS1000 stages are set for the Men's Qualifying Series beginning August 23 - September 4.
Davey Cathels vs. Adam Melling vs. Evan Geiselman
Geiselman takes an early lead in Round Two with a 7.33 against Nat Young, Marc Lacomare and Ian Crane.
Evan Geiselman vs. Marc Lacomare vs. Nat Young vs. Ian Crane