ABC recaps stop No. 5 on the Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour at premier reef breaks.
Surfing Magazine's latest Flipbook takes us back to Tavarua, where the world's best surfers went big in the tropics.
Breakdown of Gabriel Medina's event-winning Pukas shape from the Fiji Pro.
Enjoy the sounds of the Fiji Pro? Check out the music featured from stop No. 5 on the Samsung Galaxy ASP WCT.
Gabriel Medina bests Nat Young in a high-scoring Final to take the Fiji Pro and the No. 1 spot on the ASP WCT rankings.
Missed it live? Watch each heat in its entirety and read heat-by-heat recaps from Day 3 in the Fiji Pro Blog.
Missed it live? Watch each heat in its entirety and read heat-by-heat recaps in the Men's Round 2 & 3 Fiji Pro Blog.
Missed it live? Watch each heat in its entirety and read heat-by-heat recaps in the Men's Round 1 Fiji Pro blog.
Gold Coast rookie Mitch Crews leaves Team Hurley and signs with Reef.
Interview with C.J. Hobgood on his ups and downs as well as a new project.
ASP grills 11-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater on his vulnerabilities, future titleholder predictions and the pressures of sitting atop
Improving his result in Fiji every year since his rookie season and finishing runner-up in 2013, there's only one spot left for Mick
With another trials event in the books, a familiar face joins the WCT competitors for the 2014 Fiji Board.
Wright is still looking for that breakthrough result to reassert his position as a title threat and has big plans for Fiji.
Former traveling pro and current ASP analyst Ross Williams breaks down his picks for stop No. 5 on the 2014 World Championship Tour.
The clips keep coming in as the world's best showcase their talents from a unique angle.
Kelly Slater has quietly navigated his way to the top of the rankings entering one of the most dominant events of his career.
Stop No. 5 of 11 on the Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour
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