Here's your quick and dirty look at the final showdown from the Vans World Cup, the last stop on the 2017 Qualifying Series.
The Championship Tour star takes the win at Sunset Beach over Kolohe Andino and a pair of 2018 New Era Rookies.
Griffin Colapinto vs. Wade Carmichael vs. Conner Coffin vs. Kolohe Andino
Kolohe Andino vs. Conner Coffin vs. Patrick Gudauskas vs. Barron Mamiya
Carmichael earns a 9.57 in Heat 1 of the Semifinals.
Wiggolly Dantas vs. Dion Atkinson vs. Wade Carmichael vs. Griffin Colapinto
Barron Mamiya vs. Italo Ferreira vs. Patrick Gudauskas vs. Sebastian Zietz
Vasco Ribeiro vs. Lucas Silveira vs. Conner Coffin vs. Kolohe Andino
Bino Lopes vs. Caio Ibelli vs. Griffin Colapinto vs. Wade Carmichael
Dion Atkinson vs. Stuart Kennedy vs. Benji Brand vs. Wiggolly Dantas
Kolohe Andino vs. David Van Zyl vs. Kanoa Igarashi vs. Patrick Gudauskas
Lucas Silveira Michel Bourez vs. Leonardo Fioravanti vs. Barron Mamiya
Cody Young vs. Conner Coffin vs. Sebastian Zietz vs. Imaikalani Devault
Michael February vs. Italo Ferreira vs. Vasco Ribeiro vs. Aritz Aranburu
Frederico Morais vs. Griffin Colapinto vs. Wiggolly Dantas vs. Makai McNamara
Bino Lopes vs. Ethan Ewing vs. Miguel Pupo vs. Stuart Kennedy
Wade Carmichael vs. Maxime Huscenot vs. Benji Brand vs. Miguel Tudela
Matt Wilkinson vs. Caio Ibelli vs. Dion Atkinson vs. Adriano de Souza
The Hawaiian dark horse finds a deep tube on his way to a huge Quarterfinal win at the Vans World Cup.
The final day of the Vans World Cup was one for the books, as the race for Samsung Galaxy CT qualification came down to the wire.
Jordy Smith took top honors at Sunset Beach, while the dust finally settled on the QS qualification race.