Ronnie Blakey, Peter Mel and Ross Williams discuss the rough starts of Kelly Slater and Gabriel Medina in 2015.
US fans can catch all the action and terrifying finale of the 2015 J-Bay Open on ABC's World of X Games at 3 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT.
Immediately after the J-Bay shark attack and away from the WSL commentary booth, Joe Turpel shared his thoughts on the harrowing event.
Safely back in Australia, Mick Fanning and Julian Wilson held a press conference to discuss the shark encounter at the J-Bay Open.
Following an intense Final day of competition, a shocking shark attack on Mick Fanning halted competition early. Fanning was unharmed.
Wiggolly leaves the contest site shaken.
See the real-time replay of Mick Fanning's shark encounter during the J-Bay Final.
Ross Williams reacts to witnessing the J-Bay shark attack from the WSL Desk.
CT Commissioner Kieren Perrow discusses next steps after the contest was abruptly cut short.
Mick Fanning is safe following a shark attack during the J-Bay Open Final. WSL Commentators, athletes and friends react.
Seconds after Mick Fanning was attacked by two sharks, he and Julian Wilson were picked up by safety boats.
Water is cleared and competition is officially over after Mick Fanning encounters shark at Jeffreys Bay.
With a 9.63 to cap things off, the Aussie reminded fans and judges why he's defending event Champ.
The 11-time Champ carried momentum into the Semis, surfing his guts out for a 9.43.
Superheat rematch between Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning in the J-Bay Semis.
Julian Wilson and Adrian Buchan vie for the first spot in the Final.
The Aussie tears apart a clean set wave during Quarterfinal 4 at the J-Bay Open.
Watch Alejo Muniz battle Mick Fanning in the Quarterfinals condensed heat recap.