Steep drops, heavy sets and throaty tubes are all in a day's work for pro surfers. But it's what you don't see that makes them heroes.
Temporada 2015 da WSL foi encerrada com uma decisão verde-amarela inédita e com Gabriel Medina campeão da Tríplice Coroa Havaiana.
The Brazilian Tour veteran wins two of surfing's most coveted trophies in one afternoon.
Prior to his Round 3 heat at the Billabong Pipe Masters, Mick Fanning learned his brother Peter had died the previous night.
Kevin Whilden and Michael Stewart talk the goals of Sustainable Surf as they once again endeavor to keep the beaches clean during the
Fanning, Medina, and De Souza advance to Quarterfinals, while Wilson and Toledo are eliminated from Title contention.
Filipe Toledo é o único que pode garantir o título mundial por antecipação se Mick, Adriano, Gabriel e Julian perderem no round 3.
Filipe Toledo derrotou Bruce Irons e assumiu a liderança do ranking e Adriano de Souza despachou o campeão do Pipe Invitational.
Mick Fanning, Julian Wilson, Adriano De Souza, Gabriel Medina and Filipe Toledo on their mental games for Pipe.
Wilson, De Souza and Toledo stay in the race, while the 2016 rookie list is confirmed.
Apenas Gabriel Medina e o líder Mick Fanning passaram direto para a terceira fase do Billabong Pipe Masters.
Round 1 of the event saw some stunning performances and shocking results.
World Title contender Owen Wright has withdrawn from the Billabong Pipe Masters after suffering a freesurf injury.
O australiano de 17 anos de idade surpreendeu os havaianos nos tubos de Banzai Pipeline para vencer a triagem para o Billabong Pipe Masters.
The current Vans Triple Crown leader earns spot as a replacement surfer in the Billabong Pipe Masters.
Ross Williams shares his Fantasy Surfing picks for the final event of the season.
Australian Julian Wilson chats about his first season in the World Title race before he heads off to Hawaii.
You've spoken, we've listened. Here's how World No. 7 could become the 2015 World Champ but World No. 6 cannot.
The youngest surfer on Tour and current World No. 2 discusses the season that landed him in his first Title race.
Freddy Patacchia Jr., Matt Banting out for Pipe. Irons, 2001 Pipe Masters champ, to compete.