Target Maui Pro

Conlogue Claims Final GoPro Challenge

Courtney Conlogue (USA) has won the Maui edition of the ASP GoPro Challenge with a submission showing a joyride down a righthander at Honolua Bay.

After a five-year hiatus, the women's World Championship Tour (WCT) returned to the picturesque Hawaiian island for the Target Maui Pro. The stage was set with glassy rights and an idyllic backdrop and Conlogue's winning video captured Honolua Bay in all its glory. The California native will be awarded US$10,000, not to mention cinematic bragging rights.

Conlogue's Playful Maui
Conlogue bookends a perfect barrel with big carves for a winning GoPro clip.

The ASP GoPro Challenge asks competing surfers to submit their videos from the contest venue starting two days prior to the contest window, and no later than the conclusion of the competition. Maui's Challenge was the final contest of the 2014 series, following faceoffs at Margaret River, Fiji, Tahiti and Portugal. Judging criteria and previous winners are listed here.

Other submissions included:

Peterson's Backlit Honolua
Lakey Peterson glides into a sunset ride.
Van Dijk's Foamy Playground
Nikki Van Dijk rides the white water of Honolua.
Defay's Face Time
Johanne Defay gets up close and personal as she drives down the face.

Watch all of the Maui GoPro Challenge submissions. Action from the Maui mainstage and beyond is at

Past winners:

Josh Kerr Wins Margaret River Challenge
How good was Josh Kerr's barrel at The Box? The answer is on C.J. Hobgood's face.

Out of the 25 videos submitted for the debut ASP GoPro Challenge at Margaret River, judges selected one of two from Josh Kerr (AUS).

Tatiana Weston-Webb Tops Fiji Submissions
Women's Fiji Pro wildcard Tatiana Weston-Webb locks into a Cloudbreak barrel, fighting through a few sections before getting clipped.

WCT replacement surfer Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) topped all submissions from the elite Tour challengers at Cloudbreak during the Fiji Women's Pro.

Nat Young Claims Tahitian GoPro Victory
WCT sophomore Nat Young takes off on a drainer running toward Tahitian peaks.

As if it couldn't get any better than surfing triple-overhead barrels, Nat Young (USA) won the Billabong Pro Tahiti edition of the ASP GoPro Challenge.

Melling's Winning Submission
A low-light barrel gives Adam Melling the vision in vibrant yellows and oranges.

Adam Melling finished fifth at the Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal, but scored big without the jersey: His GoPro clip of a perfect sunset barrel won the Portugal edition of the ASP GoPro Challenge.