Friday, October 13, 2017
Updated: Friday, October 13, 2017
Thanks in part to this 8-pointer in Round Three.
Marc Lacomare with an 8 Wave vs. M.Coleborn, M.Braye, R.Waida, 03/18/2019
Charly Quivront with an 8.07 Wave vs. B.Brand, S.Simkus, W.McHale, 03/18/2019
Flavio Nakagima with an 8.23 Wave vs. R.Teixeira, C.Young, K.Agus, 03/18/2019
The Australian community continues to inspire, paddling out to protect the Great Australian Bight.
2019 Wipeout of the Year Entry: Sandy Kerr at Mullaghmore Head, Ireland on March 1, 2019. Video by Clem McInerney.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Nic Von Rupp at Nazaré, Portugal on November 19, 2018. Angle 2. Video by Pedro Miranda.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Nic Lamb at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on January 13, 2019. Angle 2. Video by Aldo Tassara.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Albee Layer at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 26, 2018 2018. Angle 6. Video by Carlo Carbajal.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Grant Baker at Mavericks, California on December 17, 2018. Angle 3. Video by Sachi Cunningham.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Ollie O'Flaherty at Mullaghmore Head, Ireland on March 1. Video Tim Bonython.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Lourenço Katzenstein at Nazaré, Portugal on December 17, 2018. Video by Jamy Donaldson.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Kai Lenny at Mavericks, California on December 17, 2018. Video by Jamy Donaldson.
Feast your eyes on some high caliber ripping from surfing's young phenom in this episode of RAW.
Follow four of the world's best surfers from France to Pipeline and relive all the action in the run-up to the 2018 World Title.
The final event of the season at Billabong Pipe Masters. Wilson battles for his first World Title and Smith wants the Vans Triple Crown.
The Championship Tour has made it to Hawaii for the final two events of the 2018 season. This is part one of the All In season finale.
Smith, Moore, Willson and Peterson spend quality time with family, friends, and coaches before the final two events of the year in Hawaii.
Now it's time for Wilson, Peterson, Moore, and Smith to take on the best in the world at the 2018 Quiksilver & Roxy Pro France.
Peterson and Moore regroup before the final event of their 2018 season in Maui, while the pressure is on for Smith and Wilson in Portugal.
The surfers have arrived in France for the 2018 Quiksilver & Roxy Pro.
This is what life on the WSL Championship Tour looked like and felt like for Julian Wilson, Lakey Peterson, Jordy Smith and Carissa Moore.
As the surfers make preparations to travel to their next event in France for the Quiksilver & Roxy Pro, they reflect on their season so far.
The Kauai, Hawaii, competitor made his long-awaited breakthrough with a big win.
On his way to the Final, Quintal overcame local favorite Harrison Roach and Chloe Calmon takes the win over Honolua Blomfield.