Barrel Bliss

It's no secret there were a ton of great barrels during the 2014 Billabong Pro Tahiti. But there were a number of tube stops that saw memorable moments on last year's Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour (CT). Here are just a few.

If you think of one we missed, let us know in the comments below!

Courtney Conlogue (USA)

Conlogue Finds Shade at Gold Coast
Courtney Conlogue scores a mega barrel during Round 2 of competition at the 2014 Roxy Pro Gold Coast.

Courtney Conlogue earned two nine-point rides at the 2014 Roxy Pro Gold Coast, including this barrel. A motivated (and uninjured) Conlogue will be a big threat to Stephanie Gilmore's hopes for a repeat World Title in 2015.

Kelly Slater (USA)

Slater's Impossible Brazilian Barrel
Kelly Slater scores a perfect 10 point ride on his first wave in Round 5 of the 2014 Billabong Rio Pro.

It's not rare for Kelly Slater to pull off something incredible, like a 540 on a lay day or an air under priority behind Matt Wilkinson. This perfect 10 from Rio was just shy of impossible.

Travis Logie (ZAF)

Logie's Rio Runner
Travis Logie pulls off a last-second win with this 9.50 barrel in Round 3.

Travis Logie left the CT for good in 2014. On his road to retirement he managed to upset local favorite and current World Champ Gabriel Medina (BRA) at the Billabong Rio Pro.

Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW)

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

Tatiana Weston-Webb joins the women's Championship Tour as the only rookie. The young Hawaiian, however, had a few appearances on last year's CT as an injury wildcard and managed to walk away with the GoPro Challenge win in Fiji. Her ability to perform over a season is yet to be determined, but this barrel proves one thing -- Weston-Webb is committed.

Freddy Patacchia Jr. (HAW)

Patacchia Tucks into Supertubes
Freddy Patacchia takes a ride in the barrel for a massive score.

Hawaiian Freddy Patacchia Jr. doesn't have a World Title yet, but he does have years of elite level experience on his side. When Freddy starts the 2015 season, he will be one of only six surfers who have surfed at the elite level for over 10 straight years. Here he proves just how valuable experience can be.

Nat Young (USA)

Young's Tahiti Dream
Young catches a barrel late in the day for a dreamy ride in Tahiti.

The waves that appeared in Tahiti provided some of the season's most unforgettable moments. There were quite a few shots of surfers getting spit out of barrels, but here Nat Young takes you inside the dream tube that won him the event's GoPro Challenge.

Mick Fanning (AUS)

Fanning's Tunnel Vision
The reigning World Champ finds a 9.43 on his second takeoff.

Three-time World Champ Mick Fanning surfed consistently well last year, but at the Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal he could have put together a highlight reel all his own. This is just one of many tubes Fanning found during the event.

Laura Enever (AUS)

Enever Head First
The Australian gets playful in a Hawaiian tube ride.

Laura Enever was the only member of the 2014 Tour to end the season above the cutoff for both the CT and the Qualifying Series (QS) rankings. Her work ethic is demonstrated by her drive to compete at every chance she gets, but also by her willingness to take on heavier waves like this one on the North Shore.

Jadson Andre (BRA)

Andre's Top Drop at Pipe
Jadson Andre scores big in the first elimination round of the Billabong Pipe Masters.

The opening rounds of the 2014 Billabong Pipe Masters showcased some tricky conditions. Brazilian Jadson Andre somehow managed to make this one look incredibly easy. Not that he needed it or anything -- but this wave put him in good standing on both the CT and QS standings.

Carissa Moore (HAW)

Moore Gets Shacked at Pipe
Two-time World Champ finds cover during the 2014 Women's Pipe Invitational.

Carissa Moore has proved her ability to compete in many waves around the world. In 2014 she added Pipeline to the list when she won the Women's Pipe Invitational. Watch out for Moore in 2015.

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