Take an in-depth look at one of the most spectacular performances of 2017.
In the aftermath of Filipe Toledo's stunning 10-point ride at J-Bay, pundits and peers ponder how he just changed the game.
Just when you thought you'd seen everything possible at this year's event in Jeffreys Bay...Enjoy.
The former World Champion has quietly climbed the Jeep Leaderboard as the Tour shifts to his wheelhouse.
Supertubes delivered again, and the world's best surfers rejoiced.
Let's just take a little look back at the incredible week that was, shall we?
Portugal's rookie sensation took down a long list of heavy hitters on the way to his first Championship Tour Final.
Behold, the high-flying Brazilian's remarkable journey to the final at the Corona Open J-Bay.
The Australian surfed into the Semifinals at Supertubes for the third year in a row and jumps up the rankings.
The incredible surfing and huge upsets are just a fraction of the story on this wild day in South Africa.
Portugal's rookie player came back from way down to defeat John John Florence and earn a trip to the Semis.
Mick Fanning was getting beat pretty badly when an old friend stopped by to help him regroup.
After closer inspection, the 11x World Champion is now looking at 4-to-6 months out of the water.
Martin Potter, Joe Turpel break down what happened in Round Five Heat 3, and WSL head judge Richie Porta gives his explanation.
Jordy Smith bounces back in Round Five with a 9.17 to start his heat against Conner Coffin.
Filipe Toledo comes in from a crazy heat and reflects on missed opportunities and a potential for a perfect heat of his own.
When huge waves threatened to catch them inside, they seized their opportunity to take a bow.
You'll want to hit the replay button a few times after watching Tuesday's epic surfing at the Corona Open J-Bay.