Saturday, December 1, 2018
Updated: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Day 6 From The Taiwan Open World Longboard Championship.
The surfer from Hawaii takes the win on the Specialty Event hosted during the Billabong Pipe Masters.
Ending the season ranked No.9 in the World, the Australian is your official 2018 Rookie of the Year.
The 2018 Pipe Masters Runner-Up breaks down an epic day on the North Shore.
The newly-crowned World Champion reacts to his second Title win (2014, 2018) at the Billabong Pipe Masters.
Gabriel Medina claims his second World Title and first Pipe Masters title over Julian Wilson on Finals day.
The 2018 Championship Tour season is officially over. The WSL desk crew breaks it down.
Gabriel Medina - 9.57
Gabriel Medina with an 8.77 Wave vs. J.Wilson, 12/17/2018
Julian Wilson with an 8.77 Wave vs. G.Medina, 12/17/2018
Gabriel Medina with an 8.43 Wave vs. J.Wilson, 12/17/2018
"It feels like I don't even deserve to be here," said Mendes. "Growing up, the guys winning the Triple Crown were untouchable."
Julian Wilson with an 8.77 Wave vs. K.Slater, 12/17/2018
Gabriel Medina with a 9.1 Wave vs. J.Smith, 12/17/2018
Jordy Smith - 8.5
Kelly Slater - 6.83
Julian Wilson - 7.00
Jordy Smith - 5.93
Jordy Smith - 7.23
Joan Duru with an 8.6 Wave vs. J.Wilson, 12/17/2018
Yago Dora - 6.50
The World No. 1 earns a perfect 10 to advance out of the Quarterfinals over Conner Coffin at the Billabong Pipe Masters.
The G.O.A.T. earns an almost perfect score to advance over Yago Dora in the Quarterfinals of the Pipe Masters.
All we have left to say is thank you Joel Parkinson.