Owen Wright (AUS) scored a perfect 10 on his fourth wave in the Final of the Fiji Pro and then backed it up with another perfect 10. Wright already made history with a perfect heat in Round 5 and he accomplished the feat yet again in the event Final.
Owen Wright (AUS) was fired up again during his Semifinal heat at the Fiji Pro. A day after posting a perfect score -- the seventh ever in surfing history -- the Aussie found this hollow tube and scored a near-perfect 9.43.
After a stellar overall performance in Fiji so far, Julian Wilson (AUS) pulled into this heavy tube during the Fiji Pro Quarterfinals for 9.43. He went on to win his heat over rookie Italo Ferreira (BRA), to make his first Fiji Semis ever.
Owen Wright (AUS) tackled this cavernous wave in the first five minutes of his Round 5 heat at the Fiji Pro. He wowed the channel, the commentators, and the judges, who were unanimous in scoring the performance a perfect 10.
Just when it looked like Owen Wright (AUS) couldn't increase his score any further with an 8.93 and perfect 10, he did the unthinkable and added another perfect 10. Wright carved his name into history during Round 5.
Jeremy Flores' (FRA) magic touch in Round 4 at the Fiji Pro saw him wrangle this huge barrel to cheers from the channel -- and the high scores of the judges. He earned a 9.93, the finishing touch on a stellar heat.
In an absolutely stacked heat, former World Champ Joel Parkinson (AUS) slid into an enormous barrel at Cloudbreak during Round 4 and found his way out of the exit for the first perfect 10 of the 2015 Fiji Pro.
Dane Reynolds (USA) slides into Cloudbreak -- waits -- and pulls into long tube to add 9.57 to an already excellent range 8.77 in Round 3. Reynolds threw a ripple through the Top 34 taking down Jeep Leader Adriano de Souza (BRA) with his 18.34 two-wave total.