Wildcards Brett Simpson and Tanner Gudauskas eliminated frontrunners John John Florence and Gabriel Medina in back-to-back heats.
Brett Simpson was all smiles after eliminating John John Florence in Round Three.
Filipe Toledo wasn't satisfied with his 3rd-place finish at the Hurley Pro in 2015, and he's doing something about it.
After several years of trying, Kolohe Andino finally made it past Round Three at his home break.
The 44-year-old veteran takes out the Australian rookie with the help of his air game.
Kelly Slater utilizes his air game to get past his tough Round Three match with rookie Jack Freestone.
Both the Hurley and Swatch Women's Pro events hit high gear Friday, as Lower Trestles pumped.
Mick Fanning, Italo Ferreira and Kolohe Andino put up some big numbers on Day 2 of the Hurley Pro.
Jeremy Flores and Kolohe Andino waged one of the biggest battles of the day, and it went to the very end.
Day 2 of the Hurley Pro started as a day of disruption, with Matt Wilkinson, Julian Wilson, and Adriano de Souza being eliminated.
Kelly Slater and Ryan Callinan ended up in one of the tightest battles of Round Two, and it all started with this exchange.
The Brazilian rookie scored another upset win in Round Two, this time with the World No. 5 being the victim.
World No. 2 Matt Wilkinson was dealt another painful early-round loss after a solid showdown with Brett Simpson.
Catch the best of the action from day two at the Swatch and Hurley Pro.
The world's best celebrated the arrival of fresh swell with some incredible surfing.
Filipe Toledo, Jeremy Flores and Kelly Slater trade blows in their Round One clash at the Hurley Pro.
Gabriel Medina was called for a non-priority interference in Heat 4 against Alex Ribeiro.
A stacked field of 24 surfers comprised of local talent and Hurley team riders battled for two precious wild card spots to the Hurley Pro
Watch the best action from the men's and women's CT events at Lower Trestles Sunday, October 4.
The Hurley Pro and Swatch Women's Pro are complete and two former Tour leaders steal back the yellow jerseys.
Adriano de Souza breaks free of Mick Fanning's combo with an excellent range score of his own in the Final.