The Maui Women's Pro has hosted some of the most dramatic finales in the history of women's surfing. This year will be no different.
Relive the waves, the sounds, and the drama with the songs from 2014's contests in Hawaii.
Lost Surfboards' Matt Biolos tells us about Moore's weapon of choice for the Target Maui Pro.
The women's WCT finale to air on US television Saturday at 1 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT as part of ABC's "World of X Games."
The California native takes home big bucks and the final GoPro Challenge win of the 2014 season.
Climactic action to re-air on US TV Nov. 29 at 12 a.m. ET/9 p.m. PT.
Stephanie Gilmore won the 2014 Championship, while Carissa Moore won the Target Maui Pro.
The second day of Maui action unfolded with requalification and Title dreams on the line.
The women's elite Tour returned to Honolua in a big way.
With the men's World Title race neck-and-neck, see what scenarios could play out at Pipe.
The two-time WCT champ is the latest subject of the network's "Human to Hero" series.
Final GoPro Challenge of 2014 to feature Top 17 at Honolua Bay.
Get to know Honolua Bay, site of the final stop on the women's ASP World Championship Tour.
With major stakes at the Target Maui Pro, the race is down to three women in the closest championship in the history of the sport.
WCT Women's Commissioner Jessi Miley-Dyer's editorial on the three destinations added to the women's schedule.
The retailer, which also sponsors Carissa Moore, will support the final stop of the 2014 elite women's tour.
The ASP has announced a license agreement of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing in Hawaii, featuring new events and local platforms.
Pacifico joins the Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour as the official American beer sponsor.
Los Angeles Times' Stacey Leasca sits down with Paul Speaker to discuss the rebirth of professional surfing.