Jordy Smith joined the world title race on the men's tour, while Tyler Wright took a huge step toward locking it down among the women.
Jordy Smith and Tyler Wright are victorious at the Hurley Pro and Swatch Women's Pro. The WSL desk team breaks it down.
Smaller surf didn't stop two of the CT's biggest blokes from tearing things up in the Hurley Pro Final.
Tanner Gudauskas became one of the most successful wildcards in Hurley Pro history with his 3rd place finish.
Filipe Toledo stayed busy during his Semifinal match with Joel Parkinson, taking off on smaller insiders and sticking huge airs like this
The WSL desk team deliberates upcoming semifinal clashes for both the men and women after both events are called OFF for the day.
The always-charming Ace Buchan provides perspective on this week's headlines at the Hurley Pro.
Thanks to some breakthrough performers and all-star clashes at the Hurley and Swatch Pro, Monday was an action-packed affair.
Filipe Toledo and Stephanie Gilmore lead the way at Trestles as CT men and women get set for Finals Day.
Joel Parkinson blend of power and poetry at Trestles has earned him a spot in the Semifinals of the Hurley Pro.
There were intense heats Monday as Hurley Pro competitors battled for spots in the Quarters. Rosy Hodge and Barton Lynch broke it down.
Wildcard Brett Simpson joined fellow wildcard surfer Tanner Gudauskas in the Hurley Pro Quarterfinals by advancing out of Round Five.
Ross Williams and Ronnie Blakey break down the amazing moves of Filipe Toledo and Tanner Gudauskas.
While his priorities have undoubtedly evolved since falling off the CT, this family man has a lot more surfing left in the tank.
Performances peaked again at Lower Trestles as a bevy of CT stars look to gain ground on the faltering front-runners.
The carnage continued for tour front-runners at the Hurley Pro, and the title race just got a lot more interesting.
Jordy Smith and Kelly Slater put on a wonderful display of high-performance surfing in their Round Four match.
Stuart Kennedy has returned to his early-season form at Lower Trestles, and Mick Fanning is his latest victim.