The Bajan regains her winning form by taking the first event of the QS season.
Despite the tricky low-tide conditions, Round 1 of the women provided plenty of great surfing from top seeded surfers.
Simpson and Igarashi advance but Colapinto falls as day two was filled with big upsets and big performances.
After a short-lived rookie season on the Dream Tour, the Bajan is back on the Qualifying Series with a bright outlook.
The QS1,000 got off to a dreamy start at Southside HB Pier with top seeds dominating the lineup.
While the men's event gets underway today, the women gear up for a Saturday start with a pool of talent ready to take on Huntington Beach.
The Billabong Pipe Masters finalist is competing in the QS1000 Shoe City Pro this weekend to keep his blades sharp.
The 2017 Qualifying Series season begins tomorrow on the shores of Huntington Beach, and the field of competitors is stacking up.
After making quite a statement on the Qualifying Series this year, San Clemente's newest star is headed for the World Junior Championship.
The Shoe City Pro is locked in as the first event on the Qualifying Series schedule for both the men and women once more.
With some last-minute heroics Leilani McGonagle and Alyssa Spencer claim North America's top Women's Pro Junior spots for 2016.
Kei Kobayashi, Jake Marshall and Che Allan will also represent North America Down Under.
The Costa Rican earned her first-ever WSL Junior Tour win -- and a spot into World Junior Championship along with it.
A massive victory from Allan earned him a spot into the World Junior Championship and the first male Bajan to claim a Soup Bowl Pro Junior
The women charged through their opening Round 1 and Quarterfinal action to set up all-important Semifinal draws.
Opening day of action witnessed incredible surfing at the iconic righthand reefbreak throughout the day to determine Semifinalists.
Two spots remain open for the North America Junior Tour men's representatives -- and mathematically eight surfers vying for them.
Heading into the final event of the Women's North America Junior Tour, only one regional spot remains open into World Junior Championships.
The 17-year-old was crowned the North America QS Regional Champion after quite a big year -- including her first CT wildcard.
After 10 years of grinding on the QS, Kilian Garland has made his long-awaited breakthrough and feels his best is yet to come.