Saturday, December 1, 2018
Updated: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Essential action from Sunset - the second stop of the Vans Triple Crown.
2019 Wipeout of the Year Entry: Trevor Carlson at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 27, 2018. Video by Gavin Shigesato.
2019 Wipeout of the Year Entry: Eli Olson at Mavericks, Calfornia on December 17, 2018. Video by Timmy Toes.
The Cabreiroá Las Americas Pro Tenerife continues as the women power through Round 3 to decide Quarterfinalists.
The Cabreiroá Las Americas Pro Tenerife decides the event's Semifinalists in an epic day of surfing.
The Cabreiroá Las Americas Pro Tenerife culminates with the victories of Tim Bisso and local hero Daniela Boldini.
Mamiya scores a perfect 10 and Robinson takes the win at Pipeline.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Benjamin Sanchis at Hossegor, France on November 18, 2018. Video by David Berthet.
With Connor O'Leary and Philippa Anderson claiming victory at the QS 1,000.
The respective Florida Pro titles stay in Florida for another year after Marks and Schweizer took over on finals day.
Delve into all the action from both the Sunset Open QS 1,000 and Pro Junior.
The SEAT Pro Netanya culminates with Eithan Osborne's victory over Tristan Guilbaud in an exciting finals day.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Angelo Lozano at Puerto Escondido, Mexico on August 16, 2018. Video by Yana Vaz.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Grant Baker at Seal Reef, South Africa on July 7, 2018. Angle 2 land video by Adrian Charles.
See the best tow-in waves from the Dec. 17th session. Video by Powerlines Productions.
The British Big Wave competitor takes on heavy conditions during a freesurf at Nazaré, Portugal.
Follow Medina through four rounds of commanding scores as he wins his second World Title and his first Pipe Masters.
The newly-crowned World Champion reacts to his second Title win (2014, 2018) at the Billabong Pipe Masters.
The 2018 Championship Tour season is officially over. The WSL desk crew breaks it down.
The surfer from Hawaii takes the win on the Specialty Event hosted during the Billabong Pipe Masters.
Bicampeão! Gabriel Medina just became the first Brasilian in history to win two World Titles.
The World No. 1 earns a perfect 10 to advance out of the Quarterfinals over Conner Coffin at the Billabong Pipe Masters.
The current World No.1 defeats Seth Moniz in Round 3 at the Billabong Pipe Masters and continues marching towards the World Title.
The Vans Triple Crown contender gives us an inside look at the new WSL Studios and Red Bull production available on Facebook.
The WSL desk crew breaks down the last opening day of the 2018 season at the Billabong Pipe Masters.
The WSL desk crew breaks down a full day of action on the North Shore for the Pipe Invitational.