Last fall, Stephen Bell watched his step-son, Leo Fioravanti, face off against his longtime friend, Kelly Slater. It was just a preview of
Joel Parkinson finished in ninth place in the MEO Rip Curl Pro, but he was at the top of the podium for cinematic distinction on a wave.
O campeão mundial Gabriel Medina chegou a sua quarta final em seis participações no Quiksilver Pro France.
The Hawaiian beats Gabriel Medina to earn his maiden CT win, but Medina gains ground on John John Florence.
John John Florence derrotou Adriano de Souza e Filipe Toledo no domingo e garantiu a primeira posição no ranking.
Florence wants a win in France. Medina has other plans. Meanwhile, Asing and Andino are plotting to disrupt the frontrunners.
Com um aéreo espetacular, nota 10 unânime dos juízes, Filipe Toledo conseguiu pontuação que precisava para vencer.
Medina advances to Quarters, Wilkinson bows out in Round Three.
Mais dois brasileiros se classificaram para a terceira fase do Quiksilver Pro France e sete continuam na disputa do título.
The Italian steps up in prime time; Slater, Parkinson and Smith are Round Two casualties in Hossegor.
The Australian Rookie earned a tough early-round win at Hossegor.
A terça-feira amanheceu com ondas de 6-8 pés em Hossegor, mas as condições se deterioraram rapidamente.
The Brazilian's track record at Hossegor stands above all others heading into this year's Quiksilver Pro.
Gabriel Medina defende o título do Quiksilver Pro France que começa nesta terça-feira em Hossegor.
The 10-year CT veteran has had a rough year, but he's prepping for a European offensive.
Gabriel Medina earned seven rides above 9.00 at the Quiksilver Pro France, get the inside info on the board under his feet from shaper
World Title contenders eliminated in the final heats of France as momentum carries Tyler Wright and Gabriel to first event wins of the
Which one will win? Get ready for one of the biggest Quik Pro France matchups, when two wunderkinds face off in the Quarters.