Monday, March 14, 2016
Updated: Monday, March 14, 2016
Sebastian Zietz, Adrian Buchan and Kolohe Andino clash in the Round 4 wave to wave heat cutdown at the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast.
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Recap: Round 1, Round 2, Round 3
Surfers make perfect use of the small surf on offer and display progressive maneuvers on opening day.
Good waves produce big scores as competition whittles the field down to 32 in both the men and women's events.
Is this the most competitive season in decades?
Local talent Rio Waida won the event in pumping conditions at Watu Karung.
Another Crazy Day of Action from Watu Karung.
Marc Lacomare & Philippa Anderson top their respective fields to claim the Caraïbos Lacanau Pro titles.
The last four-man heats get completed, paving the way for an exciting finals day on Sunday.
18 surfers shred the Chambre d'Amour lineup at night to fight for the prestigious Anglet Surf de Nuit title and a wildcard into the
Top seeds enter the show as competition moves into the men's Round Four in Lacanau.
The former World Champion puts John John's tube-riding technique under the microscope.
Round 1 Action From Watu Karung was intense to say the least
The Caraïbos Lacanau Pro finally scores good conditions and surfers make the best of it on Day 3.
Competitors get a feel for the waves at Watu Karung in the lead up to competition starting.
The Aussie legend edges Rob Machado to win the dreamy Four Seasons specialty event for the second year in a row.
Just in case you were wondering what it's like to sit in the Teahupo'o channel during the final day of the Billabong Pro Tahiti.
For the second time in his career, the Oahu native won the Billabong Pro's other coveted award.
Antoine Delpero & Justine Dupont claim Boardmasters, Jeep Men & Women's Longboard titles, Delpero and Alice Lemoigne take European title
The seventh winner of the season is crowned at the Billabong Pro Tahiti as the title race heats up.
The Californian just snapped out of mid-season slump in Tahiti with a solid Semifinal finish.
The Brazilian hit his stride in the Quarterfinal, eliminating Wright's shot of taking the Jeep Leaders' Jersey.
The Australian saves his best for last in Tahiti, snagging two 9-point rides in the final five minutes to nab the victory.
Gabriel Medina vs. Julian Wilson
Jordy Smith vs. Julian Wilson
Gabriel Medina vs. Kolohe Andino
Joan Duru vs. Julian Wilson