The reigning World Champion just surrendered the Jeep Leader jersey after back-to-back early losses. So what gives?
They're much more than coaches, and that's why their star players are winning.
Getting in his opponents' grills and surfing top to bottom pays off for the Italian.
The Barbadian found redemption at Zippers and return to his great form.
The Maui ripper earned runner-up last year and came back firing on all cylinders over an international field.
A long overdue win for the Brazilian at Zippers was the culmination of incredible performances to earn a vital 6,000 points.
More international dominance and top North America threats highlighted the Quarterfinal matchups.
Zippers turned on for the men's Pro Junior Quarterfinals and the region's best did not disappoint.
A stacked Quarterfinal draw has been realized after finishing the final four heats of Round Two.
A massive day of competition determined the Quarterfinalists as they debuted at Zippers.
Zippers delivers on a critical day of competition at the QS6,000.
Amid all the women's QS6,000 action, opening rounds of the Pro Junior women got underway.
Top surfers came out firing as big performances, and a few upsets, followed on day two in Mexico.
Women's Qualifying Series (QS) 6,000 charges through multiple rounds to kick off event.
Has the eternal grom grown up?
A mix of surfers from the top-tier Championship Tour, Qualifying Series and high-ranked juniors will compete starting June 6.
The Los Cabos Open of Surf provides a big opportunity for a few surfers to establish themselves among the ranks.
The 11x World Champion is finding some peace by passing on knowledge that he once kept closely guarded.
It's that time of year when CT competitors need a jumpstart away from the tour heading into the summer break.