Saturday, March 31, 2018
Updated: Saturday, March 31, 2018
More from VW Nelson Mandela Bay Surf Pro pres. by Billabong:
Day 1 Story
Excellent waves continue to provide clean canvas for massive scores and upsets at Pull&Bear Pantin Classic Galicia Pro.
Opening day got underway at the EDP BIllabong Pro Ericeira, a QS10k event in Portugal.
The Anfaplace Pro Casablanca crowns its 2018 Champions in good little waves on Day 5.
The 2018 Pro Anglet pres. by Oakley resumes and completes all four-man heats to prepare for intense finals Sunday.
The Caraïbos Lacanau Pro resumes and all of of the event's top seeds enter the show. Spoiler alert: not all of them make it through!
Conditions get tiny at the Caraïbos Lacanau Pro and competitors put on a expression session for the public.
In a new YouTube series, J-Bay local and WSL QS surfer Dylan Lightfoot sheds light on the iconic wave and town that grew around it.
Zoe McDougall and Kai Woolf crowned Women's champions at Zigzag Durban Surf Pro pres. by G-Force
Pumping surf for final day of Mitchum Buffalo City Surf Pro pres. by Reef Wetsuits
Opening day of the Mitchum Buffalo City Surf Pro pres. by Reef Wetsuits in East London
Semi-finalists decided in small but contestable surf at the Pipe in Port Elizabeth
The Volkswagen Nelson Mandela Bay Surf Pro pres. by Billabong launches 2018 WSL Africa tour
Day 2 at the Martinique Surf Pro delivers huge upsets with top seeds falling to younger competitors all-day.
Re-live the Martinique Surf Pro, an intense week of red-hot action in the lineup in the tropical paradise of the French West-Indies.
The Round of 32 and Round of 16 hit the water at Riyuewan, Hainan Island - China in small and challenging conditions.
Perfect conditions gave the world's best juniors a chance to showcase the immensity of their talent.
South-Africa's Lightfoot puts it all on the line in an exchange with Parker Coffin (USA), and collects an excellent 9.07 for a combination
World No. 1 takes out the wildcard in the first elimination heat.
From an alleyoop to power-carves, the champ takes Supertubes by storm.
Dylan Lightfoot and Emma Smith claim Stop No. 1 on the ASP Africa Series in firing waves.
World's Best Juniors Battle at HD World Junior Championships pres. by Devassa. More at: http://www.hd-wjc.com/