1.) Kolohe Andino
Kolohe's giant alley-oop helped propel him over a very dangerous Wiggolly Dantas in Round Three. The Californian was told by his coach to use every weapon in the favorable flight conditions.
2.) Caio Ibelli
For the second event in a row rookie Caio Ibelli dashed the hopes of John John Florence in Round Three. His last-minute Hail Mary was especially painful given that Florence was holding priority and let the wave go.
3.) Taj Burrow
Taj Burrow was all smiles with Rosy Hodge even after surfing his last CT heat at Margaret River. Burrow was defeated by Nat Young in their blade fight out the back, but true to form, he was pure class.
4.) Taj Burrow
Naturally, Burrow's friends weren't about to let him get off the beach without parading him in front of fans. It was a touching moment for Taj fans.
5.) Leonardo Fioravanti
Not satisfied with knocking off his longtime buddy Kelly Slater, Italy's Leonardo Fioravanti took out another world champion Sunday, reigning ruler Adriano de Souza.
6.) Jordy Smith
Western Australia is overflowing with raw energy, much like Jordy Smith now that he's feeling healthy again. Smith seems to be gaining strength with every heat, and his power is the perfect match for Margaret's.
7.) Gabriel Medina
After a couple of questionable performances at Snapper and Bells, Gabriel Medina is clicking at Margaret River, looking fast, loose, and fresh. He'll be clicking his heels a few more times before it's all over.
8.) Joel Parkinson
Joel Parkinson was flowing in his Round Three heat against Michel Bourez, racking up a total of 17.4 points with his seamless style.
9.) Nat Young
Nat Young didn't give an inch to Taj Burrow in their Round Three match. Nor did he waste an inch of workable face in the breezy righthanders. Nat's attack is alive and well.
10.) Sebastian Zietz
Sebastian Zietz is determined to make the most of his second chance on the CT. The Hawaiian has pushed his surfing and his heat strategy to the next level in 2016, and it's working. He won a brutal Round Three battle with Jeremy Flores on Sunday.
Round Four Superheats
Heat 1. Matt Wilkinson, Joel Parkinson, Julian Wilson
Heat 2. Nat Young, Ace Buchan, Leonardo Fioravanti
Heat 3. Gabriel Medina, Kolohe Andino, Jordy Smith
Heat 4. Sebastian Zietz, Caio Ibelli, Italo Ferreira