The Azores Airlines World Masters Championships kicks off in Azores, providing the type of throwback that everyone needed.
A-List of surfers will take on one of the best pointbreaks in Portugal next week.
27 legends of surfing come out of retirement next week in Azores to fight for the ultimate surfing crown in over-45 and over-55 categories.
An action-filled finals day culminates with big victories from QS stars.
Only eight remain and the 2018 champions will be crowned Saturday.
The Anfaplace Pro Casablanca completes more men and women's action in good waves.
Surfers take on big powerful surf in Casablanca and post solid scores all day.
Derek Ho Pipeline
Surfers take apart a super fun lineup on opening day in Morocco.
The Hawaiian back-to-back in Galicia while Dantas claims a first-ever QS win.
Moroccan QS returns for a fourth edition to crown the European Champions.
Check out what's in store for the Anfaplace Pro Casablanca.
Critical battles unfold in Galicia to whittle men's field down to 16.
Men and women get active on Day 4 and the event moves through high-pressure rounds.
Top 17 athletes launch their Pantin campaign as QS frontrunners fight to stay in the mix.
Check out what's in store for the Pull&Bear Pantin Classic Galicia Pro.
The lineup was very unruly at low tide, challenging the field on opening day of the men's QS 3,000.
A perfect little right appeared on the first day of the event, turning Round 3 into a goofyfoot haven.
Crozon and Bryan win event while Marco Mignot and Nadia Erostarbe are crowned European Junior Champions at Playa Pantin's amphitheater
The Frenchman wins first-ever QS and the Aussie takes back-to-back wins in France.