Sunday, July 1, 2018
Updated: Monday, July 2, 2018
Almost 20 years since his first rookie win at J-Bay, Joel Parkinson is saying a bittersweet farewell to the Championship Tour.
J-Bay shined on day four of the Corona Open with Toledo sealing the deal, Carmichael making his mark and Igarashi gaining speed.
It wasn't the wave so much as Toledo's high-speed, technical surfing that earned him a huge score in his Semi against Igarashi.
The Australian earns an 8.00 during the Final against Filipe Toledo at the Corona Open J-Bay.
During his Final against Australian rookie Wade Carmichael, the Brasilian delighted fans (and judges) with this combo, scoring an 8.50.
The Australian gets the better of their Semifinal exchange with a 7.10, eliminating event favorite and moving to the Finals at Supertubes.
The 20-year-old earns an 8.00 to overthrow Sebastian Zietz in the Quarterfinals of the Corona Open J-Bay.
The former event champ defeats Gabriel Medina in the Quarterfinals, taking hold of the Jeep Leader Jersey at the Corona Open J-Bay.
Despite going on a shark hold during the previous heat, the South African is looking dominant, getting the edge over Wilson in the Quarters.
The Australian took down an on fire Conner Coffin during the Quarterfinals of the Corona Open J-bay.
On the third day of the men's Corona Open J-Bay, Conner Coffin eliminated the Tour veteran in Round 4 as the draw continues to thin.
Enjoying something of a resurgence at J-Bay, Igarashi surfed the life out of this pumping gem in Round 4 for the heat win.
The World No. 2 earned an impressive 9.5 to get the edge over Adriano de Souza and Sebastian Zietz in epic conditions at Supertubes.
The current World No. 1 takes a Round 4 win against Wade Carmichael and Frederico Morais by earning an 8.33 at the Corona Open J-Bay.
The World No. 1 came out on top in the Round 4 three-man heat against Wade Carmichael and Frederico Morais, earning an 8.33.
The 24-year-old from California overcame both Jordy Smith and Joel Parkinson in Round 4 of the Corona Open J-Bay.
Current World No. 4 Gabriel Medina earns a 9.3 to take a Round 3 heat win at the Corona Open J-Bay.
The Californian eliminates wildcard standout Mikey Wright with a 17.70 heat total in Round 3 of the Corona Open J-Bay.
The Brasilian is still going strong at Supertubes, earning a 7.6 to edge out Michael Rodrigues in Round 3.
Igarashi hooks in for an 8.83 and a Round 3 heat win over Brasilian rookie Willian Cardoso at the Corona Open J-Bay.
The Brasilian isn't slowing down, earning an 8.5 to take a Round 3 heat win against Yago Dora.
The current Jeep Leader earns a 6.9 to take a Round 3 heat win at the Corona Open J-Bay.
The Australian powers through his heat against Jeremy Flores earning an 8.57 to move onto Round 4 at the Corona Open J-Bay.
Kelly Slater is out, Jordy Smith is still in, and wildcard Mikey Wright keeps going. Catch the best of the Corona Open J-Bay's second day.
The Portuguese surfer found this gem toward the end of his Round 3 matchup to turn the heat and snatch the win from the American.
As Round 2 at the Corona Open wrapped up and Round 3 got underway, eliminations thundered through the draw.